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In the first week of November, the Philippines were hit by Super Typhoon Haiyan, which according to Philippine government figures, had 155 mph winds, left almost 4,000 dead and caused $365 million in damages.
The UVa-Wise ROTC Program was initially scheduled to shutdown after the 2014-2015 academic year, but will continue to operate for another two years as the Army reconsiders a plan to cancel some programs.
Gardener, political advocate and Purdue recruiter are a few of the hats Associate Professor of Chemistry Walter Crouse wears on a day-to-day basis. At the end of the semester, Crouse will add retiree to that …
A UVa-Wise student has recently introduced a piece of Silicon Valley to the UVa-Wise campus that for the majority of the world is still unknown.
A UVa-Wise student’s petition calling for his reinstatement to the college had received 105 supporters as of Monday.
The B.o.B. concert on Oct. 26 received many positive reviews from attendees; however, low attendance resulted in a financial loss for the David J. Prior Convocation Center.
A UVa-Wise professor helped movie stars visiting a local town learn how to ‘talk Appalachian.’
The SGA amendment adding four new senators was passed on Oct. 31. Student participation in the campus wide vote for an SGA expansion was low.
Note: An earlier version of this story was incorrect about Hannah Beth Salyer’s illness. It has been corrected
Little girls became princesses for the day Saturday to benefit a local kindergarten student at Wise Primary School.
The UVa-Wise Cavalier volleyball team dropped four of its last five matches of the season at home and eight of the last nine matches.
The Preprofessional Club’s third annual Halloween party’s proceeds went to benefit a local child.
The eighth annual High School Leadership Retreat was hosted by the Student Government Association last Friday.