Take me out to the ballgame. Potomac State College baseball team is wrapping up this season with just three more games left. Out of the 40 games played this season so far, the team has won 26. They have had 23 home runs, 1187 at bats, 266 runs, 359 hits, 80 doubles, seven triples and 221 strikeouts. The team’s batting average is .302. Their on-base … Continue reading PSC BASEBALL TEAM WRAPS SEASON UP


Ali Barrett was named the 2017 Outstanding Student of the Year at the annual Scholars’ Wall and Recognition Day Ceremony. The nominees for the prestigious E. William Noland Outstanding Student Award were Samuel Aloi, Samantha Hesse, Breanna Nestor, Nickolas Imes, Ali Barrett, Sarah Whiteman and Hannah Dickson. Barrett, Dickson and Whiteman were chosen by a faculty committee to be honored on the Scholar’s Wall after … Continue reading OUTSTANDING STUDENT


Graduation weekend is quickly approaching for students eager to celebrate their achievement. A Cinco de Mayo themed dinner will be held for all graduates on May 5th at 5 p.m. in the Davis Conference Center. Graduates may invite up to two guests to accompany them. The dinner ends at 6 p.m. and is followed by graduation practice in the Church-McKee Arts Center. Approximately 130 students … Continue reading GRADUATION


Potomac State College students are getting ahead in their careers by completing internships and engaging in real-world work experience. Dalton Minnigh, marketing sophomore, is interning through the Allegany County Historical Society. Minnigh writes press releases, creates flyers and plans events held at the Gordon-Roberts House in Cumberland, Maryland. “This experience has given me so much already by showing me that I have to remain organized, … Continue reading REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE


“AHHHH,” the baby goats scream like humans for food. Two Potomac State College students, Kindra Carr and Jacob Dayton, take care of their “kids.” Carr and Dayton help out during the goats’ “kidding season,” which is the term for when the goats give birth. During the last kidding season, Carr and Dayton delivered 38 goats in 22 hours by themselves. “It was a tough weekend, … Continue reading STUDENTS DELIVER 38 GOATS


  Ed Buckbee, a Potomac State College alumnus, described how space pioneers took America to the moon and back to 122 guests at the Davis Conference Center. A journalism and business management major, Buckbee completed his degree at WVU. His colorful NASA career includes attending lunches of Alan Shepard and John Glenn, writing and producing television documentaries and starting the first space artifacts program in … Continue reading NASA SPEAKER