Cavalier Review I remember the day after I graduated high school, an old friend of mine told me that graduation was the happiest time of your life and that graduating college was sad because the realization that the real world is waiting for you is daunting and scary.
On September 17, Martha Nussbaum came to the UVa-Wise in order to hold a talk about the consequences of anger in our society and generally in our system of thinking.
The Center for Student Development will sponsor ‘Alcohol Awareness,’ a demonstration of alcohol-related issues for students on Friday, October 2, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the McCraray Lawn.
UVa-Wise will host the Fifth Annual Clarinet Masterclass Monday, October 5, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Cantrell Banquet Hall. The Masterclass is open to clarinetists of all ages and abilities with free admission. Instructor Nicolas Morrison is a professor of clarinet, senior associate dean of the Caine College of the Arts at Utah [...]
Homecoming 2015 The UVa-Wise Alumni Homecoming 2015 kicks off a long weekend of events for students and alumni starting this week with: Thursday, October 1 Ice Cream Social, 11 a.m., at the Slemp Center Atrium Alumni Art Show and Reception, 6-8 p.m. at the Gilliam Center for the Arts, Gallery 121 Friday, October 2 Red [...]
UVa-Wise’s 29th Medieval-Renaissance Conference Committee will host a tribute to late Professors of English Jack and Catherine Mahony on Thursday, September 24, 3:30-4:20 p.m., in the Chapel of All Faiths.
The annual Medieval-Renaissance Conference will begin on Thursday, September 24 at the Chapel of All Faiths. The Conference will last from Thursday, September 24 until Saturday, September 26, and will feature presentations on many different topics from several speakers in both the Chapel of All Faiths and the Rhododendron Room in the Slemp Student Center.
Students from Math 1150 classes at UVa-Wise used last Friday to help gather food donations and build awareness about September 12 as Pythagoras Day. The students constructed triangles with sides that corresponded with the Pythagorean Theorem.
The Highland Cavaliers celebrated 25 years of football at their Sept. 5 season opener at Carl Smith Stadium, but Chancellor Emeritus ‘Papa Joe’ Smiddy belatedly celebrated his 95th birthday in style, singing his rendition of ‘Butter Beans’ during halftime with the Marching Highland Cavaliers Band.
My name is Andrea and I’m one of the exchanges from Germany. I will stay here for one semester to study and kind of explore the American culture and basically the university system because as you may have thought, it differs quite a bit from what I am used to at my German university.