Has the inauguration of Donald Trump fueled a feud in feminism?
As the coalfields of Southwest Virginia attempt to find new industries and businesses to revitalize the local economy, one resource presents itself readily: the
I’ve never had a more disinclination before watching a movie than I did with “Split.”
The college student mythos associates scholars with steaming cups of coffee, an identity that has roots in the Oxford coffee houses of the mid-17th
Back in December of 2015, after a long 11 year wait, Star Wars fans were relieved to be swept back into a galaxy far,
Last Saturday, Jan 21st, women-led protests took place nationwide and globally.
No one can hide from the swarm of emotions surrounding this election.
Homophily, the desire to connect with people like ourselves, causes us to create our own realities.
Last Friday, Nov 11, at 9:30am, a group of five UVa-Wise students stood on the low wall outside the Slemp Student Center to counter
On Election Day, women across America wore white in honor of the white-clad suffragettes whose continual sacrifices and bravery won the right to vote
When asked how they are doing, most people always respond with a simple “good” or “I’m fine,” regardless of what’s actually happening in their
The UVa-Wise Theatre Department’s production of José Rivera’s Marisol finishes its 5 show run with 8pm performances on Friday, Nov 4, and Saturday, Nov