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We tell Mountaineer stories to 175,000 alumni and friends of the University across the United States, and our website reaches alumni across the world. We dive into the stories of how the people of WVU are making a global impact. We remind readers what they love about being Mountaineers. We also want the magazine to help you share WVU’s stories to prospective students, faculty and staff, so let us know how we can help make that happen. And we’re always looking for your story ideas.
Sparked tells the story of the people from WVU who are changing Appalachia for the better, from the teacher revolutionizing how kids learn math to the scientists who discovered mysterious outer space radio signals. National commentators had a lot to say about Appalachia the last few years, mostly about the problems that we already know about it. But few people were going deep on the solutions. So we decided to do that.
The WVU Magazine team gives you the story of people who are changing the region for the better, delivered right to your ears.Read More: Sparked Podcast
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