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Reyes eager to lead WVU’s business school

Javier Reyes

The new dean of the WVU College of Business and Economics is eager to get into his new position. And that’s an understatement.

The Super Bowl 50 experience: Q&A with Samantha Freels and Lena Biafora, Panthers TopCat Cheerleaders

The Super Bowl 50 experience: Q&A with Samantha Freels and Lena Biafora, Panthers TopCat Cheerleaders

Two recent graduates from West Virginia University’s College of Business and Economics recently got the chance of a lifetime – to take part in Super Bowl 50 at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Student and teacher: Hutchison describes rewards with B&E’s MSIR program

Bill Hutchison

He was a student at West Virginia University when the Evansdale Campus was nothing more than just Towers and Engineering, when the law school was downtown across from the campus library, when Mountaineer basketball games were played at Stansbury Hall and when there were just about 8,000 students in the entire University.