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The next few weeks are filled with events that lead up to the inaugural ceremony for Chancellor Donna Henry.
Students, faculty and alumni gathered Monday to celebrate the founding of UVa and UVa-Wise with a birthday party for Thomas Jefferson.
The college’s Center of Appalachian Studies was officially launched this month.
The College Board of Visitors turned down the Student Government Association’s proposed student fees increase for the Homecoming Concert at a meeting March 21.
“We are our stories. Our stories are who we are.”
On March 21, UVa-Wise hosted Congressman Morgan Griffith in a town hall style meeting. Griffith answered questions from the audience, took their concerns one-on-one during a reception, and shared what he is doing in Washington …
Everyone can keep themselves safer in the digital world by keeping software updated and keeping eyes peeled for scams, a security blogger and journalist told students, faculty and staff in a lecture this month.
Associate Professor of Biology Kevin Jones closed his 17 year teaching career at UVa- Wise with fond memories of his time here, and hopes that his legacy of student research will continue.
Parking is one of the major topics that students, commuters and on-campus residents complain about.
Student activity fees, which were a little more than $1,800 this year are used for several events each year.
The campus housing lottery begins today, and this year there are a few changes.
While admission rates remain consistent every year, the enrollment targets increase. Many factors, including new strategies, relationships with prospective students and the atmosphere on campus play a big role in the recruitment of students.