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NOVEMBER 19, 2018 - THE NEW YORK TIMES

New York Times features Dr. Anita Foeman and the DNA Project.  Read the full article on NYtimes.com

UNIVERSITY NEWS

  • Student-Led University Theatre Group Raises Over $17,000 to Help Fight AIDS

  • 6abc/PHL Features WCU Alumni's Evening with Santa

  • CBS3 Features Sensory-Friendly Santa Event

  • Sensory-Friendly Evening with Santa to Provide Ho-Ho Happiness for Children

  • CBS3 Features Giving Tuesday at Saxbys

  • Liz Grillo’s VoiceEvalU8 Research Involves WCU Students Across Multiple Departments

  • Theatre Students Aim to Raise $15,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids

  • World Renown Cashore Marionettes Come to West Chester’s Campus

  • On To The National Championship! West Chester Defeats Cal Poly Pomona 2-1 in Overtime

  • West Chester University Names Scott Heinerichs as Dean of the College of Health Sciences

  • Local Hack Day Is a 12-Hour Coding Marathon at WCU

  • WCU teams take over Pittsburgh for field hockey, soccer final fours

  • WCU Celebrates and Supports its Veterans Throughout November’s National Military Family Month and Far Beyond

  • WCU'S Symphony Orchestra presents benefit concert for the WCU resource pantry

  • Faculty in College of Sciences and Mathematics Earn Nearly $1M in NSF Grants

  • 97th Annual Holiday Program

  • Sustainable Shopping (and Shipping) Tips From the WCU Office of Sustainability

  • New York Times Features Anita Foeman & the DNA Project

  • Wells School of Music proudly presents the Criterions Jazz Ensemble

  • West Chester University Art + Design Alumnus Wins “Best In Show” in Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

  • Taking the Stage: WCU’S Incomparable Golden Rams Return to Grand National Championships


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