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WVU Parkersburg and Artsbridge present “It’s a Grand Night for Singing” featuring Parkersburg native and conductor Luke Frazier

Luke Frazier

West Virginia University at Parkersburg and Artsbridge will host “It’s a Grand Night for Singing” on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in the College Activities Center. The event is free and open to the public. Broadway stars Mary Michael

Posted in General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division, Special

WVU Parkersburg radio station WPKM 96.3 The Beet to celebrate College Radio Day

WPKM The Beet logo

WPKM is the first and only community college radio station in West Virginia WPKM 96.3 FM The Beet, the college radio station for West Virginia University at Parkersburg, will unite with other college radio stations across the world on Friday,

Posted in General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division

WVU Parkersburg to present three-part opioid education series beginning March 29

West Virginia University at Parkersburg will present a three-part education series to bring opioid addiction awareness to the Mid-Ohio Valley. The series, “Opioid Addiction: Educating, Responding, Treating,” takes place Thursdays, March 29, April 5 and April 12 at 6 p.m.

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division, Student Activities, Student Services

WVU Parkersburg students perform in WV-ACDA Collegiate Honor Choir

Four students from West Virginia University at Parkersburg represented the college at the West Virginia American Choral Directors Association (WV-ACDA) Collegiate Honor Choir on Jan. 27 at the Municipal Auditorium in Charleston, W.Va. WVU Parkersburg students Tara Elms, Austin Fields,

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division

U.S. veterans share Vietnam War experiences at WVU Parkersburg event

West Virginia University at Parkersburg hosted a screening of the new WV Public Broadcasting (WVPB) documentary “Vietnam: West Virginians Remember” on Thursday, Sept. 21. The film was followed by a panel discussion featuring three Vietnam veterans and a local historian.

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division, Student Services, Veterans