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Villanova dropped their second straight game in crushing fashion against unranked Monmouth on Family Weekend. Wildcats QB Connor Watkins went 13-20 with 239 yards on Saturday afternoon, but threw two interceptions including a last second Hail Mary attempt. But in the Wildcats’ CAA Opener, the gameplan was no secret: run the ball. Villanova ran the […]

WXVU Sports Director Patrick Scanlon reviews the week that was in Villanova sports in this week’s WXVU Sports Minute.

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 […]

 Ensure that the black RODE console on the desk is turned ON.  You will not get microphone audio without it: 2.  Open up Audacity on the computer. 3.  Make sure that the drop-down menu next to the Microphone icon is set to “Microphone – RodeCASTER”. 4.  Click the button with the red-circle to begin recording.  […]

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 This Tuesday was the first day of school for students at the new Black Rock Middle School in Villanova. The new school is for Lower Merion School District students in grades five through eight from Penn Wynne and Gladwyne. Approximately 1,000 students will attend the new school. Fifth and […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director With the new school year back in progress, Villanova’s Campus Activities Team is hosting Quizzo this Thursday at 9PM at the Oreo. In addition, Food Truck Fridays are back starting at 9PM this Friday. CAT is also hosting a Penn’s Landing Summer Fest Trip this Saturday from 12PM-6PM. Additionally, […]

By Gabriella Raful, WXVU News Director The Fall for Ardmore Festival is happening on Schauffele Plaza, on Sept. 24 from 2 to 6 p.m. Fall for Ardmore will include a full spread of food and drink from Downtown Ardmore restaurants, bars, cafes and eateries. Ardmore retail and service businesses will feature special promotions, host events, […]