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Culture survey extended until Oct 23

West Virginia University is working to build a stronger and healthier work culture. That’s the goal of the 2nd annual culture survey that is being extended for another week in order for all voices to be heard. Employees now have until Monday, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m. to respond.

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Cunningham and Hageboeck named 2017 WVU Homecoming queen, king

A week of Homecoming activities at West Virginia University culminated today (Oct. 14) with the crowning of Morgan Cunningham and Charlie Hageboeck as the 2017 king and queen. The announcement was made during the half-time ceremony at Saturday’s Homecoming football game against Texas Tech.

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WVU alum returns with original song for University’s 150th

Jay Chattaway, a trumpet player who majored in music composition and music education, returns to Morgantown this weekend for the first time since graduation to conduct the WVU Marching Band as it performs his original song “Jubilee 150,” written in honor of the University’s 150th birthday.

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First bi-weekly paychecks will be received tomorrow

Employees will be receiving their first bi-weekly paycheck tomorrow (Oct. 13). This paycheck will encompass the hours worked during the period of Sept. 16-30. However, all 12-month, exempt faculty and staff members will receive their first bi-weekly check Oct.27.

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WVU Office of Greek Life renamed, launches new diversity, inclusion initiatives

While recognizing the sometimes negative connotations of Greek life, West Virginia University will emphasize the goals of diversity and inclusion, by renaming the Office of Greek Life to the Office of Fraternities and Sororities, while the organizations expanding their philanthropy mission to build a new school in a developing country.

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Book tour trailer alert from West Virginia University Press

One hundred twenty counties. More than 4000 miles in 28 days. Bookstores, libraries, general stores, cemeteries and distilleries. Fort Knox. Paris. The original KFC. Jesse Donaldson's book tour for On Homesickness, the most audacious literary stunt of the season, includes a reading in every county in Kentucky. Watch the trailer below and view the full schedule at wvupress.com.