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UVa-Wise is officially 60 years old. From the ever-watchful caretaker to a family of pigs interrupting the first convocation, this campus has stories to tell that even its students may not know.
Last week, the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia’s College at Wise celebrated the inauguration and installation of the college’s 8th chancellor, Donna Price Henry.
The next few weeks are filled with events that lead up to the inaugural ceremony for Chancellor Donna Henry.
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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 …
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.
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 …
Campus dining services through Chartwells has made some changes this semester, partly in response to customer feedback and financial troubles.
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 …
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.
A UVa-Wise professor helped movie stars visiting a local town learn how to ‘talk Appalachian.’
Hip-hop recording artist B.o.B. rocked the David J. Prior Convocation Center this weeekend. A crowd of around 700 people gathered Saturday night to hear the artist who opened with his hit song “Magic.”