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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 …
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.”
Students arriving on campus at the start of the academic year were greeted by a few changes to the look of the campus, most notably, the lamp post flags leading up to the school.
More than 600 people filled the David J. Prior Convocation Center on Aug. 20 for the largest Convocation in the history of the college.
Convocation, the ceremonial commencement for the academic year, began with a procession …
Dear Highland Cavaliers!
Welcome back to a new academic year! UVa-Wise Athletics is transitioning to NCAA Division II competition, and some changes are coming. As an ardent fan of college sports, and coming from a university …
UVa-Wise senior Zack Holcomb has had his fair share of work through four years spent in the science lab and on the tennis court.
The UVa-Wise Board recently passed measures that will give more flexibility in meal plans for residential students, said Director of College Services Joe Kiser.
“Chemistry for Life” is not only the American Chemical Society’s official slogan, but junior biochemistry major Kinsey Hall’s adopted life slogan.