Gee Mail: The Magic Flute

Recently, the West Virginia University College of Creative Arts presented four live performances of one of Mozart’s greatest operas, “The Magic Flute.” To pull it off, a team of students and faculty had to conjure up a bit of magic of their own, as WVU President Gordon Gee observed in his latest Gee Mail.

Four finalists to compete Monday in Mountaineer Mascot Cheer-Off

The four finalists vying for the title to represent the student body as the 67th West Virginia University Mountaineer Mascot come from a variety of academic backgrounds and are involved in an array of extra-curricular activities. All West Virginia natives, they will compete wearing buckskins and carrying the rifle in a cheer-off held during the men’s basketball game vs. Kansas State at 9 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, in the WVU Coliseum.

Art Museum of WVU names new director

As the second director of the Art Museum of West Virginia University, Todd J. Tubutis plans to build on the progress of establishing the museum as a vibrant cultural hub for both the campus and the community.

WVU Libraries lead effort to create Morgantown Public Art Guide

The John F. Kennedy Memorial in Start City and the restored 1953 Coca-Cola mural on a High Street building are just two of the 44 local attractions detailed in the new Morgantown Public Art Guide, a collaborative initiative among West Virginia University Libraries, the Greater Morgantown Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Art Museum of WVU, College of Creative Arts, Arts Monongahela, and theclio.com, a free nonprofit website that lists historic and cultural sites across the United States.