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Personal health should be the No. 1 priority in someone’s life, but this can be difficult to maintain when living on a college campus or being a part of the college community.
Coach Kristen Salyer and the UVa-Wise volleyball team come back strong in the 2014 season as they return all their players from last season.
UVa-Wise is officially 60 years old. From the ever-watchful caretaker to a family of pigs interrupting the first convocation, this campus has stories to tell that even its students may not know.
The early morning hours of Aug. 31 were not a particularly notable time for most, with sleep having called us hours earlier. Of particular unimportance to most is 2:30 a.m., a time which could reasonably …
The closest thing we have in this day and age to a Star Trek Replicator is right here at UVa-Wise. One would think the process of creating a real, three-dimensional, solid object from a computer …
Library construction is on schedule and should be completed by summer 2016, college officials said.
Chartwell’s Dining Services has made small improvements of public appeal this year alone despite low numbers and hopes for a huge increase in the fall.
As the sun sets on downtown Norton a crowd of people begin to gather at the entrance to the WAXM building on Park Avenue. There are families, couples and even college students among the group …
When I began my studies at UVa-Wise almost two years ago I didn’t have the slightest clue that I would eventually end up exploring the streets of Florence, Italy with a group of my peers.
The UVa-Wise men’s baseball team wrapped up its home schedule in its inaugural season in NCAA Division II play.
Head coach Karen Bitter’s Cavs have arguably been one of the best teams in Mountain East Conference play this season and had a chance to claim the inaugural MEC softball regular season championship.
Students, faculty and alumni gathered Monday to celebrate the founding of UVa and UVa-Wise with a birthday party for Thomas Jefferson.