Focus on cultural representation in education leads to WVU’s 24th Truman Scholar
Kassandra Colón is WVU's 24th Truman Scholar. Colón is committed to improving cultural representation in the classroom.

Focus on cultural representation in education leads to WVU’s 24th Truman Scholar

Kassandra Colón, a West Virginia University student committed to improving cultural representation in the classroom, has been named the University’s 24th Truman Scholar, the nation’s…

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Man accused of murdering his father pleads to voluntary manslaughter
Timothy McWilliams during a court appearance in January 2019 in front of 26th Judicial Circuit Court Judge Kurt Hall.

Man accused of murdering his father pleads to voluntary manslaughter

BUCKHANNON – In the early morning of March 8, 2018, then-65-year-old Timothy Allen McWilliams awoke suddenly to the sight of his father, the late Leo…

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Rural America needs more headache specialists, WVU researcher says
Research from the WVU Headache Center highlights the scarcity of specialized care that some people with migraine face. Rural populations are at a particular disadvantage. West Virginia has just half of the neurologists it needs—and even fewer headache specialists.

Rural America needs more headache specialists, WVU researcher says

West Virginia is short on neurologists. According to David Watson, who directs the West Virginia University Headache Center, the state has just half of the…

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