MORGANTOWN — As a longtime volunteer usher at WVU’s Creative Arts Center, medical student Ogaga Urhie sees a lot of plays. So he wasn’t really seeking a revelation when he happened to watch a particular performance in the fall of 2016.
WVU's Ladies Huddle set for July 21, will provide more of a 'family vibe'
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. For the first time in the events seven-year history, Ladies Huddle will be split into two sessions due to popular demand.
July 18, 2019 - 1:24 pm