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Journalism students visit Reed College of Media

As part of a continued effort to integrate the PSC journalism program with WVU-Reed College of Media, a group of journalism students toured the Reed College facilities in Morgantown on Friday, November 9.  The tour, initiated by the College of Media, was to familiarize the students with available facilities and to ensure smooth transfer of students, on completion of their two-year program at Keyser. The … Continue reading Journalism students visit Reed College of Media

Stitching Spools and Sipping Tea

Written by: Ross Liggett When most people think of crocheting, an image of old women sitting around a table or a pre-teen summer camp is conjured. Librarian Linda Banes wants to change this image with her leading of the club Sip and Stitch. Originally started in February of 2018 by Residence Hall Coordinator Amanda Renick with hopes of creating a more personal channel of communication … Continue reading Stitching Spools and Sipping Tea

A Day at the Faire

Written by: Jason Littleton How do you spend your Saturdays? Students in the Potomac State English Department spent one of theirs enjoying a day of jousts, costumes, and giant turkey legs. On the morning of September 20th, students left from Church McKee in a bus bound for Pennsylvania. After a several hour drive, they were promptly greeted by staff members in costumes brandishing tankards of … Continue reading A Day at the Faire

2018 Midterm Elections

Written by: Ross Liggett During the first week of October, in the frame of 48 hours after Taylor Swift encouraged her Instagram followers, the voter registration website,, raked up 160,000 eager millennials. To put this number into perspective, only registered 56,669, three times as less people, during the entire month of August. Although there has been an increase of young adult voters registering, … Continue reading 2018 Midterm Elections

Homecoming 2018

To get ready for Homecoming night, PSC’s student government organized spirit week themes for students to participate in.   Homecoming night began with a powderpuff football tournament between PSC clubs and teams. The softball, lacrosse, and cheerleading teams participated along with a team made up of SGA members and Student Ambassadors. Ultimately, the softball team took the trophy.   The night ended with the Homecoming … Continue reading Homecoming 2018

STEM Attracts Families

  What do dissected pigs, lasers, snakes, equines, rockets, LEGOs and drones have in common? The Mineral County STEM Festival! Faculty, staff, students and community members volunteered to present a variety of activities on campus March 24. The festival introduced children in Kindergarten through 12 grade to science, technology, engineering and math concepts through hands-on activities. About 1,000 visitors attended the STEM Festival. The festival … Continue reading STEM Attracts Families