WVU pays tribute to alumnus, longtime supporter George Farmer Jr.

West Virginia University alumnus George R. Farmer Jr. was a successful attorney who devoted his career to carrying on the giving tradition of one of West Virginia’s most celebrated benefactors. In doing so, he helped transform his alma mater and the Morgantown community through impactful philanthropic giving that will be remembered long beyond his passing Monday, at the age of 92.

WVU to face Army West Point in 62nd AutoZone Liberty Bowl

The AutoZone Liberty Bowl has announced that Army-West Point will replace Tennessee as the opponent for West Virginia in the 62nd game at Liberty Bowl Stadium on Thursday, Dec. 31 at 4 p.m., ET. Tennessee was unable to fulfill its commitment to play in the game when it paused all football activities.

WVU graduates encouraged to celebrate resilience, game-changing milestones

Not only do West Virginia University’s newest graduates have much to celebrate in a year that defied traditions and norms, as they enter the next phase of their lives, they are drawing strength from being tested and are instilled with the most critical skills for succeeding in the 21st century: adaptability, resilience and purpose.

WVU alumnus to take part in holiday PBS programs

With baton in hand, West Virginia University alumnus Luke Frazier will lead the American Pops Orchestra in “Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas with Vanessa Williams” and “United in Song: Celebrating the Resilience of America,” premiering Dec. 15 and Dec. 31, respectively.

WVU Alumni Association president and CEO to step down at end of academic year

The West Virginia University Alumni Association announced Tuesday, Nov. 24, that Colonel Sean Frisbee, USAF (Ret.), president and CEO of the WVU Alumni Association and vice president for alumni relations, will leave office on June 30, 2021, after more than five years of service in order to shift focus towards economic development in West Virginia.