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The students in Villanova’s History 2998 course, the history of U.S. and Japan relations, collaborated with WXVU for a podcast series during the Spring 2024 semester.

Last summer, my cousin and I went to Louis Tomlinson’s concert at The Mann where Tomlinson had two opening acts. One was a German indie rock band called Giant Rooks. Their performance was very fun, especially when they played an (at the time) unreleased song called “Somebody Like You.” With their infectious energy and engaging […]

On Saturday afternoon, the Villanova Wildcats beat St. John’s, 14-9, in a dominating second quarter. The Wildcats are now 7-5 overall and 1-2 in the Big East, and St. John’s is now 4-9 overall and 1-2 in the Big East. Early in the quarter, St. John’s started with a 2-1 lead, with a goal from […]

By: Gabriella Raful If you are interested in PR, strategic communication, marketing, advertising, or a related field, you may be interested in the event taking place on campus Thursday, April 18th. Exploring the Future of PR and Strategic Communication: Panel and Dinner willl take place from 6:00 – 8:00pm in Garey Hall Room 10A. Join the Villanova […]

By: Gabriella Raful The shortage of educators and school staffers has reached a crisis level in some Pennsylvania public schools. The state will need to fill thousands of vacancies for teachers, principals and administrative staff by August of 2025, according to a report from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Billy Hileman with the Pittsburgh Federation […]

Villanova Men’s Lacrosse Loses to Providence | Senior Day Recap This past Saturday, the Villanova Wildcats lost to Providence, 15-12, in a Big East matchup at the Villanova Stadium. The Wildcats are now 6-5 on the year and 0-2 in conference play. Providence is now 5-6 and 1-1 in the conference with the win. Villanova’s […]

Howdy, WXVU! I’m Allison, a recent graduate of Villanova and a current Fulbright ETA in Athens, Greece. I was heavily involved with WXVU in my undergraduate years as host of Please Tune In! and The Morning Roar, and was fortunate enough to serve as Station Manager from 2021 – 2023. As a Fulbright Fellow working […]

On Saturday afternoon, the Villanova Wildcats lost to #9 Denver, 9-6, at the Villanova Stadium. Justin Coppola, the Wildcats’ lead faceoff guy was hurt, so the team was not able to gain possession of the ball at the usual rate. Villanova’s Dan Martin scored the game’s first goal three minutes in. Since then, the Wildcats […]

On Monday afternoon in Providence, Rhode Island, Villanova beat Brown 9-5 in a strong outing. Villanova’s Colin Michener led the team with four goals and an assist on the night. Villanova is now 6-3 on the year, and Brown falls to 1-7. The scoring started early in the first quarter. Michener scored nearly three minutes […]

Villanova’s season comes to an end with a NIT loss to Virginia Commonwealth University, 70-61, but not before, there was one more heartbreak stop on this rollercoaster ride of a season. The Wildcats finish the season with a 18-16 overall record after the loss in the Opening Round of the NIT for the second consecutive […]