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By: Gabriella Raful  As of Tuesday, Jan. 10, Route 30, also known as Spring Mill Road, between County Line Road and Montgomery Avenue, will be closed Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Local access will be open for ALL Spring Mill Road parking lots and West Campus lots during construction. Please allow extra time, as this […]

By: Gabriella Raful The celebration of MLK day continues on with the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Keynote Address On Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Villanova Room. This address will be given by New York Times bestselling author Jim Wallis. Then, on Thursday, Jan. 26, the Freedom School will offer hour-long, online […]

Villanova storms back late in the second half to defeat St. John’s, 57-49. Caleb Daniels knocked down four three-pointers and led the way for the Wildcats with 16 points. Brandon Slater was 5-7 from the field with 14 points on Friday night. However, Cam Whitmore struggled for Villanova. Whitmore accumulated seven rebounds but shot just […]

Glance at the Teams After holding on to beat Georgetown on Monday, the Villanova Wildcats are now 9-10 overall and 3-5 in Big East play heading into Friday’s matchup against St. John’s. The Wildcats have lost back-to-back road games and have not won a road contest since January 4th against Georgetown. The St. John’s Red […]

By: Connor Fawcett I was lucky enough to see one of my favorite performers, Dominic Fike, play live at Franklin Music Hall this past November. Fike, one of the most popular indie/pop artists of recent years was touring during late 2022 alongside his opening band, Baird. I’ve featured Dominic on my show, The Alt Rock […]

Villanova holds on to beat Georgetown, 77-73. Caleb Daniels led the Wildcats with 16 points, including four rebounds. Cam Whitmore crushed three three-pointers and two field goals for 13 points. Brandon Slater also scored 15 points, while once again, shooting 100% at the charity stripe (4-4). Primo Spears, who was the leading scorer for the […]

Glance at the Teams After losing a tough game in the second half to DePaul on Friday, Villanova heads back to the Finn for a Monday afternoon matchup on Martin Luther King Jr. Day against Georgetown. The Wildcats have lost three straight games and have not won a home game since December 21st against St. […]

On December 17th and 18th, the Philadelphia Cat Extravaganza kicked off at the Philly Expo Center. The event was hosted by Loving Cats Worldwide (LCWW). Among the many cat lovers who attended were WXVU Radio’s Allison Bajada and Ryan Dery, who were excited to visit some cool kitties and report on the event. As we […]

Villanova begun their Big East conference games last night with a convincing win over the St. John’s Red Storm. December 21st was the official first day of winter, but the action inside of the Finn was the opposite of cold. Game Recap Villanova outscored St. John’s in the first half by a score of 35-31. […]

By: Gabriella Raful Students should have received an email last week in which Villanova announced the plan to migrate all student Google accounts (Gmail/GSuite) to the Microsoft Office 365 platform (Office, Outlook, OneDrive, and Teams).  This account migration will significantly improve the calendaring and scheduling process between students and faculty, provide enhanced security and privacy […]