As the 2014 football season comes to a close, the Cavaliers say goodbye to the seniors who ended their college careers on Nov. 15 against Fairmont State University. The Cavs beat the Fighting Falcons 24-21 on a last-second field goal, the perfect note to end a rocky season.
The future of the automobile industry and the way we commute has arrived. Driverless cars, or autonomous vehicles, are currently being prepared for a worldwide launch between 2017 and 2020. The main voice in this race towards the future of cars is Google.
Margaret Tomann is Program Manager for the Healthy Appalachia Institute at UVa-Wise. She received her Masters of Science in Public Health from Tulane University with a concentration in Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. She was asked by The Highland Cavalier to write an article explaining Ebola in order to deter confusion about this disease.
Students and faculty at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise were saddened to learn of the death of professor Betty Humphreys over the summer. Humphreys was the faculty’s oldest member, and began her work at the college in 1968. She died in June.
Lonesome Pine Regional Airport was host to the Let Freedom Ring festival this past week- end. The festival, which was open to the com- munity but geared particularly towards students, invited attendees to see and tour aircraft from the World War II and Cold War eras. Also on site were historical organizations and a traveling [...]