WVU Trivia
Martin Hall is one of WVU Trivia.

1. Martin Hall

1511 University Ave, Morgantown, WV
College Communications Building · Downtown Morgantown · 6 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: Built in 1870, Martin Hall—not iconic Woodburn Hall—is the oldest building on campus and houses the P.I. Reed School of Journalism. Read more.

Brooks Hall is one of WVU Trivia.

2. Brooks Hall

98 Beechurst Ave, Morgantown, WV
College Science Building · Downtown Morgantown · 8 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: With a 12,000 sq. ft. cover of plants on the roof, Brooks Hall is the first building on campus to incorporate green roof technology.

WVU Jackson's Mill is one of WVU Trivia.

3. WVU Jackson's Mill

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160 Wvu Jackson Ml, Weston, WV
General College & University · 2 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: Operated by WVU Extension Service, Jackson’s Mill hosted the first statewide 4-H camp in the US. Stop by to see the farmstead where General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson spent much of his childhood. Read more.

George R. Farmer, Jr. Law Library is one of WVU Trivia.

4. George R. Farmer, Jr. Law Library

Center St., Morgantown, WV
College Library · Suncrest · 1 tip

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: With more than 300,000 volumes and volume-equivalents, this is the largest public law library in West Virginia.

Brooke Tower is one of WVU Trivia.

5. Brooke Tower

356 Evansdale Drive, Morgantown, WV
College Residence Hall · Suncrest · 2 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: This residence hall is named for Charles F.T. Brooke, who became WVU’s first Rhodes Scholar in 1904.

Erickson Alumni Center is one of WVU Trivia.

6. Erickson Alumni Center

1 Alumni Dr (at Van Voorhis Rd and Elmer Prince Dr), Morgantown, WV
College Administrative Building · Suncrest · 4 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: The Flying WV stained glass windows in the bell tower are made from West Virginia’s world-renowned Blenko Glass.

Woodburn Hall is one of WVU Trivia.

7. Woodburn Hall

1515 University Ave, Morgantown, WV
College Academic Building · Downtown Morgantown · 8 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: Graffiti on the walls of the clock tower dates back to the 1800s.

Milan Puskar Stadium is one of WVU Trivia.

8. Milan Puskar Stadium

900 Willowdale Rd (at Ira Errett Rodgers Dr), Morgantown, WV
College Football Field · Suncrest · 35 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: John Denver sang “Country Roads” here Sept. 6, 1980, to open the new stadium. Singing “Country Roads” after victories is now a favorite tradition.

9. Walnut PRT Station

140 Walnut St, Morgantown, WV
Light Rail Station · Downtown Morgantown · 9 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: It takes 11.5 minutes to ride the entire length of the PRT system (from the Walnut Street Station to Health Sciences).

Lyon Tower is one of WVU Trivia.

10. Lyon Tower

356 Evansdale Dr, Morgantown, WV
College Residence Hall · Suncrest · 8 tips and reviews

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: Lyon Tower is named for Harriet Lyon, the first woman to receive a degree from WVU. She graduated at the head of her class in 1891.