As students settle back in on campus this fall, many have most likely noticed the continued progress on the new library construction. As the winter months approach, that also means the return of the winter weather and currently the construction is focused on weather proofing the building before that time comes.
Former UVa-Wise history chairman examines the history and meanings of the Confederate Flag in its many forms On Wednesday September 2, former History Department chair Brian Wills spoke to a crowded Rhododendron Room in the student center about the history of the Confederate battle flag.
Gravel lot still unpaved, frustrating for commuters The fall semester is in full swing and for many students the first thing they will notice about campus is the parking situation. One of the largest parking lots on campus, the upper parking lot located above the Science Center, has already had some work done in anticipation [...]
For many students the most exciting or stressful part of each semester is making their class schedules. For returning students this process can seem like second nature; however for freshmen and incoming transfer students, the process can become a bit more hectic.
Chancellor Henry allies college with regional economic development On Tuesday August 18, Chancellor Donna Henry was joined by The University of Virginia’s President Teresa A. Sullivan at the 2015 Convocation in welcoming freshmen, as well as returning students to the beginning of another academic year.