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Tori Stambaugh

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Slutwalk West Virginia


On behalf of the Slutwalk movement that started in Toronto, West Virginia is hosting a Slutwalk on Friday, April 12th at 9:30PM. Come join boys and girls of all ages to support victims of sexual assault and stand up against rape. For more information visit the Facebook event page at and this website 

Brantley Gilbert's 'Hell on Wheels' Tour!


Saturday, February 9th, Brantley Gilbert is coming to perform at WVU. His 'Hell on Wheels Tour' is going to be a huge night in Morgantown. Kip Moore is also coming to perform alongside Gilbert. Tickets are being sold at a discount for students.

Meet Homecoming Queen, Danielle Vincent!


Danielle Vincent is a senior Industrial Engineering major at WVU and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma. In the fall, she was awarded Homecoming Queen during the WVU vs. Baylor football game. "It was a really exciting experience. It was awesome to have my friends, classmates, and family support me. Knowing that my hard work and campaigning paid off was a good feeling. Since I won I've been trying to be more involved with the university. I've recently been participating in 'Dancing with the Stars' and I'm looking forward to competing in March," she said. 

Meet Kennedy Anne Moser: Singer/Songwriter


Kennedy is a 19 year-old freshman/Journalism major at West Virginia University. She is a member and Social Chairman of Kappa Kappa Gamma (a collegiate women’s fraternity), and is highly involved on campus. One of her major successes in life is playing the guitar and singing/songwriting. Kennedy’s music style is “Pop Country” - her first recorded song “Summer Fever” was recently chosen as a top ten winner for a song writing contest in Nashville, Tennessee.

What made you become a song writer?

Growing up, I was lucky enough to be involved in musical theatre starting around seven years old, which definitely made me realize how much I loved to perform! Singing, dancing, and acting were all my sisters and I did throughout our childhood, just because we loved it so much.

During middle school I continued performing in musicals, and in the 8th grade we had a guitar “cycle class”.  The teacher taught us a couple basic chords, then I'd come home to my guitar (that I begged to get for Christmas), and I started teaching myself how to play. I would practice by studying my favorite artists and how they moved their fingers. I just loved singing and I've always loved to write. I began to write about things that I was experiencing or going through.

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Watch Party!


Tuesday night at Bent Willey's Red Zone we are celebrating and watching the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show! This event is sponsored by the Victoria's Secret PINK and the Vince Camuto campus representatives. Come out, watch the show, and have a fun time!

Comedy for a Cause!


[News Release] Los Angeles - October - New York's critically acclaimed National Comedy Theatre is coming to Morgantown for a ONE NIGHT ONLY Benefit performance on Friday, November 9th, and they're inviting you to be a part of the fun! All proceeds from the event will benefit Angel's Perch, a feature film being produced by J.T. Arbogast and Kimberly Dilts aimed at raising awareness about Alzheimer's Disease and shining a positive light on the state of West Virginia. Along with the ages comedy show, the evening will alos include a ticket auction and an exclusive sneak peek at the film!

Similar in performance style to "Whose Line Is It Anyway," the National Comedy Theatre is madeup of some of New York's best and brightest improv comedians who will perform a series of games and scenes based on audience suggestions, and even invite audience members up on state to be a part of the show. The high-energy and highly interactive show has received unanimous acclaim all across the country and around the globe. And, it's appropriate for all ages. "I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to bring this show home to Morgantown," Arbogast says. "I spent six years in New York working alongside these talented comedians and to have the chance to perform in front of a hometown crows and raise awareness about our's going to be a great night."

The inspiration for Angel's Perch came from the Arbogast's own roots in West Virginia and his family's experiences with Alzheimer's, a disease that currently affects over 5.4 million Americans. "It's a story that is not dissimilar from the millions of people who have watched this disease slowly take away a loved one and felt powerless to stop it," said Dilts. "We struggle to find an answer to the question, 'What can I do?' For us, the answer came in the form of making a film."

Diversity Week!


West Virginia University's President's Office for Social Justice is hosting the annual "Diversity Week" on campus. From October 16th to October 22nd, there will be a lot of fun events going on throughout campus. From soccer tournaments to belly dancing and many inspriational speakers and presentations, this week is educational for students but also entertaining. The full schedule of events can be seen here:

WVU Striped the Stadium


This weekend, West Virginia University made an attempt to "stripe the stadium". Their goal was to have each section alternate colors by wearing either blue or gold. The instructions were found online and spread throughout social media for the past few weeks. Even the student section was included in this attempt. 
A lot of students were skeptical, because to make more than 60,000 people unite to make this work sounds close to impossible. Kaitlyn Barger, a senior Exercise Physiology major said, "it shows how true our fans are that everyone came out and showed their school spirit for our Big 12 opener".
Fans at the game were posting picture after picture of the stadium on Saturday afternoon. Fans that watched at home were also impressed at the fans ability to cooperate with the administration. Since the fan base pulled this off, there is no limit to the measures they'll go to to show their mountaineer pride.

Show Your School Colors with Style


Now that we're in a bigger league for football, we're in a bigger league of fashion as well. Joining the Big 12 was huge for our college sports teams and for Morgantown itself. Let's make a good impression for the colleges who come to our stomping ground this season. Time to dress up in that Mountaineer blue and gold. Here are some creative style ideas:

• If you haven't noticed, traditional t-shirts are so last season. Girls are starting to get innovative with their wardrobe, and you shouldn't blame them! Do you have a t-shirt that absolutely everyone owns? Here's an idea: bring out your scissors! Cutting and styling a common t-shirt will make it more unique and original. Getting inventive and rid of the sleeves is also a good idea for a scorching hot game day, and you know we'll have plenty of those.

• Two words: Campus Collection. So many designers are coming out with college clothing collections. The popular Victoria's Secret PINK brand is a prime example. Victoria's Secret comes out with new collegiate clothes every season. Their PINK brand offers West Virginia University clothes and not for a bad price either. More high-end clothing and sophisticated accessory brands that offer WVU collegiate items are Sorrelli and Emma Graham. Wearing brands like these will really set you apart style-wise from others at a tailgate.

Liz Cummings: Campus Rep for Vince Camuto


Age: 21
Class: Senior
Major: Marketing
Job: "I create awareness of the Vince Camuto brand by utilizing social media and contacting student organizations on campus".