Campus Read presents art exhibit in Stewart Hall

An exhibition of art related to the 2018-2019 Campus Read, Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel will be housed in Stewart Hall on the downtown campus for the remainder of the academic year. Titled “Connection After Collapse: A Visual Response to Station Eleven” and curated by Robert Bridges, the exhibit draws upon ideas of survival, civilization, comics and humanities.

WVU College of Creative Arts unveils new arts series

From mainstage plays to large music ensemble concerts and art exhibitions to visiting artist lectures and student recitals, the West Virginia University College of Creative Arts’ 800-plus students and 100 faculty members present hundreds of events throughout the year. From September through April, the College will host The Curiosity Series, 25 events that are a chance for fans of one genre of music to listen to another or to attend a lecture on an arts topic that holds interest for them.

WVU engineering student celebrates the launch of new video game

When Connor Haynes decided to pursue a degree in computer science at West Virginia University he never dreamed that he would one day be developing video games, let alone running his own company. Now in his senior year, Haynes is celebrating the release of Perspectrum, a two-dimensional side-scrolling puzzle-platform game produced by his company, Proud Mom Games.