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Undergraduate courses will move online through Sept. 25. The Return to Campus website has updates about WVU's fall plans. Visit coronavirus.wvu.edu and CDC.gov for health resources related to the global pandemic.

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Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in students, in-person classes are canceled tomorrow (9/8). Starting Wednesday (9/9), the majority of in-person undergraduate courses will be taught online for at least two weeks through Sept. 25.

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Pride Practice Facility

The Mountaineer Marching Band will one day have a home of its own. WVU and dedicated alumni are working together to pursue a practice facility for the 330-member West Virginia University Mountaineer Marching Band.


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Creative Arts Center renamed in honor of Canady leadership gift

When students return to campus, the beloved home of the College of Creative Arts will have a new name in honor of a leadership gift from the Valerie Canady Charitable Foundation. Beginning today, the former Creative Arts Center will be known as the Loulie, Valerie and William Canady Creative Arts Center.


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Pandemic-Proof Artist Series

The College of Creative Arts, in collaboration with WVU Career Services and the Reed College of Media, presents the Pandemic-Proof Artist Series, a slate of webinars and workshops by four guest artists, performers and creative minds who have stayed creatively active during this pandemic. Our first guest is Jad Abumrad, creator and host of Radiolab. 


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