Highlights,News

Parking fees too small for change

19 Mar , 2014  

Josh Weaver | The Highland Cavalier

Parking is one of the major topics that stu­dents, commuters and on-campus residents complain about.

News,Top News

Professor retired after break

19 Mar , 2014  

Josh Weaver | The Highland Cavalier

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.

Highlights,Sports

Cavs wrap up 13-14 basketball season

19 Mar , 2014  

Senior Reynesha Archer (32) battles for a loose ball against the West Liberty Hilltoppers in the March 6 Mountain East Conference Tournament matchup. The Cavs dropped a 82-57 decision to the Hilltoppers. Sam Santilli | The Mountain East Conference

The UVa-Wise men’s basket­ball team controlled its own des­tiny at the end of the season. The Cavaliers finished 10th in the final Mountain East Conference stand­ings.

Sports

It’s the Madness, the Madness of March

19 Mar , 2014  

Christmas technically only happens one time a year and some dub July 25 as “Christmas in July.”

Sports

Bitter’s Cavs have successful road tripMen’s Golf

19 Mar , 2014  

Head coach Karen Bitter and her UVa-Wise women’s softball team have been busy. The Cavaliers played eight games last week, going 5-3 in that stretch. They have also covered several miles during that span as well playing from Charlotte, N.C., to Salem, Va. Below is a recap of the Cavs games over spring break:

Highlights,Sports

Mother Nature plagues baseball team

19 Mar , 2014  

Sophomore Kenny Ball (32) picked up his first win in a Cavalier uniform as he teamed up with fellow sophomore Jared Finch as they one hit Fairmont State University on March 16. Photo courtesy of Richard Meade

Mother nature was both kind and cruel to Hank Banner’s UVa-Wise baseball team this week.

News,Top News

Chancellor has new Master Plan

27 Feb , 2014  

Josh Weaver | The Highland Cavalier

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 done over the past decade, is believed by many people to be unprecedented.

Highlights,News

Mouse found in Commonwealth

27 Feb , 2014  

Josh Weaver | The Highland Cavalier

The first floor of Commonwealth Hall has been covered with mousetraps, after a mouse was seen on the floor and in the rooms of the freshman residence hall.

Highlights,News

On-campus occupancy reaches new lows

27 Feb , 2014  

Vincenz Freels | The Highland Cavalier

Low occupancy currently in the residence halls creates questions about what college officials will do to make living on campus appealing to new and current students.

Opinion

From Russia with love, unless you’re gay

27 Feb , 2014  

  After training hard during the snowpocalypse weeks at Tech, I began a long, grueling trek to the 2014 Winter Olympics. Sochi was supposed to be where I finally made my mark on history. Sitting there on the plane, I could hear fame, fortune and Eastern European supermodels calling my name. Yes, I could see [...]

Opinion

FWD: FWD: Repetitive e-mails get to students

27 Feb , 2014  

Just a little over a week until your college e-mail contents look some­thing like this: Highland Happenings, Highland Happenings Revised, CULTURAL CREDIT, CULTURAL CREDIT (from someone else), Wage Payroll, Work Study Payroll, another Wage Payroll, warning about opening spam e-mails you should be smart enough not to click anyways, don’t park at the football field, [...]

Features

CEO club

27 Feb , 2014  

  the surge tank. “The staff has worked in removing old concrete from the decking around the pool,” Scott said. UVa-Wise staff has run electrical lines to provide power to the interior pool lights, maintained chemical balance for the curing of the new plaster, brushed the pool three hours every day since the pool was [...]