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Mary Marantz sits with legs crossed and holding smart phone.

Slow Growth, Strong Roots

It was debate at WVU that helped Mary Marantz learn the crucial skill of listening that led to Yale Law School and becoming her own boss.

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Elizabeth Andrick teaches a class at her peace corps assignment in Cambodia.

WVU Grads in the Peace Corps

Since 1961, nearly a quarter million Americans have served in the Peace Corps, including a host of Mountaineers. Here are just a few of their stories.

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An orange puppet with yellow hair in pigtails is wearing a child's fabric mask.

Parade of Masks

When everything went online in the early days of the pandemic, WVU Libraries created an online exhibit featuring a new element in our lives: face masks.

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Verena Zaisberger holds a competitive rifle in her hand while looking off frame.

The Lone Rangers

With their national championship canceled hours before it was supposed to start, the rifle team went into a 2020 season that was like no other yet brought them closer together.

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Michelle Sieminski poses in her camouflage Army uniform near Stewart Hall at sunset.

Three Lieutenants

A former Mountaineer mascot, a National Guardsman and a former substitute teacher tested their strength to see if they had what it took to become officers in the Army National Guard.

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