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Holiday service opportunities

Harless Center residents and friends are invited to join us on Nov. 28 (Tuesday) to pack stockings for the Salvation Army. If you can’t join us for that event, we will start receiving donations the week before Thanksgiving and up to Nov. 28. Our goal is to pack and donate 20 stockings! We will also […]

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Programs

Wed. Nov. 8- Faith and Life Speaker, Josh Lohnes WVU grad student in geography, Black Bear Burritos on the menu Sun. Nov. 12- Pancake Breakfast contact harlesscenter@gmail.com to sign up for this service work Sun. Nov. 12, 6 pm, Thanksgiving Sunday Dinner. We provide turkey, gravy, stuffing, potatoes, floors provide side dishes, drinks, desserts. Tu. […]

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You are invited. . .

To join us for Grand Opening Please join us at 2 pm on Sunday, September 27 for the Grand Opening and Dedication of the building and ministry. To our first Faith and Life Speaker, Monday, September 28, 6 pm We welcome WVU President E. Gordon Gee as our first speaker.  He will share about how […]

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Our first move in complete

Thanks to help from members of First Presbyterian Church, dollies and cold water donated by Penske Trucks, and free pizza from Zaytuns residents, families, and friends were given a warm welcome when they moved into Central Place on a hot August weekend before classes started at WVU.  Residents also found welcome gift baskets made by […]

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Surviving Finals – how to avoid an all nighter

All-nighters are a trademark for college life and there is no way of getting around it. However, the best way to minimize your work load during an all-nighter is to stay on top of your work as much as possible. When the time comes to pull an all-nighter—and it will come!—here are a few tips […]

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Eating on a college budget

  Food shopping can be very expensive especially on a university job. When you do not have the money to splurge on eating out every day then you are forced to cook meals that have to not only be healthy but cheap can be a challenge. If you are interested in keeping your monthly food […]

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Finding the Right Place to Live Off Campus

While attending your first year at WVU, it is mandatory to live in the dorms provided by the university. This is so that you get used to living in a new place with new people and new experiences. Once you become a sophomore the living situation might change for some of you. Some of you […]

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Healthy Living

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2015! “New year, new me.” If you haven’t set a New Year’s resolution one of the most popular ones is to change your eating and exercise patterns. This is a great one because your health is very important to have. Many struggle with eating right, working out and keeping that […]

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How to Handle Stress During Finals Week

It’s that time of the semester when everything is coming to end and finals are here.  This may be one of the most stressful times of the semester because all of your classes require work to be completed and studying for each exam so you are prepared. Over the course of finals week there are […]

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