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UVa-Wise is approaching new horizons. Professional staff is finalizing construction of a comprehensive Health and Wellness Center and is in the opening stages of construction on a six story library. This growth, along with everything …
Low occupancy currently in the residence halls creates questions about what college officials will do to make living on campus appealing to new and current students.
The first floor of Commonwealth Hall has been covered with mousetraps, after a mouse was seen on the floor and in the rooms of the freshman residence hall.
Survey results on a proposed student fee increase split approval directly in half, yet support for the traditional Homecoming Dance is shown to be widely uncared for.
Cavalier Housing is an off-campus living option for students of UVa-Wise, and though some have complaints, generally it is viewed as a cheap and convenient housing alternative.
Simmons establishes biology scholarship
Rabern Simmons, a local of Big Stone Gap and UVa-Wise alumnus, has established the Simms Family Biology Scholarship for UVa-Wise students after a recent inheritance.
No major renovations are going to be made to the residence halls in the near future, officials said.
A national event honoring cancer survivors, victims and their caretakers will be held here for the first time this spring.
Construction on the new campus library continues despite the cold, and as the building site forms, excitement grows for the new addition.
The annual spring break service trip will allow anyone who is interested to help out with tornado relief in Moore, Okla.
Student voting for a new Student Government Association allocation to increase each student’s activities fee by $30 a semester in order to bring in bigger concerts ended yesterday, and campus is widely divided on the …
The anticipation for the new additions to the Slemp Student Center will soon be settled as the construction is planned to be completed this spring.