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By: Gabriella Raful  1842 Day is Villanova’s annual day of giving and will take place on Tuesday, September 20th. This University-wide event is a great opportunity for areas across campus to fundraise. The best way to raise support for your organization is to apply for a spot among featured student groups on 1842 Day! Featured […]

By: Gabriella Raful The Wayne Art Center is back to a full schedule of classes after several years of limited classes due to the pandemic. The center provides instruction in art, music, and culinary techniques for children, teens and adults at all levels. Wayne Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the community […]

By: Gabriella Raful  Last week, Villanova told students to remain vigilant after police say this suspect is behind a number of crimes on campus. Now, he’s accused of taking photos of female students, and students say this new information is disturbing. Villanova is sending out a photo of 40-year-old Eugene Hammen to everyone on campus, […]

By: Gabriella Raful  The Radnor Township Board of Commissioners have approved a single-use carryout bag ordinance, effective Thursday, Sept. 15. Retailers and residents have six months to comply with the new ordinance. Bags used to package bulk items like fruit and vegetables, newspaper and laundry bags are exempt under the ordinance. Several municipalities in the […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director With the school year coming to a close, the Office of Residence Life would like to remind students of closing procedures and room assessments. Students must vacate their residence hall 24 hours following their last final exam or by noon on Saturday, May 7. Please note that students participating […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director   If you’re planning to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with authentic Mexican food, Radnor has some great choices. Coyote Crossing, with owner and chef Carlos Melendez, brings authentic Mexican culture to Conshohocken and also caters. Another great option is Buena Vista Mexican Restaurant in Wayne, Ardmore, Exton, and Malvern. Find […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director The American Society of Civil Engineers is hosting a presentation on Tuesday from 5pm-6pm via Zoom. Kayla Nelson is an engineer representing the Philadelphia ASCE region and will be presenting on some of the opportunities that the local chapter of the organization presents! Next week, on Monday April 25th, […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director With the indoor masking mandate back in place in Philadelphia, a group of local residents and business owners have filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the mandate. According to Action News, the suit was filed in the Commonwealth Court and seeks to throw out the mandate based on CDC […]