Opinion

What does UVa-Wise want next year?

30 Apr , 2014  

“A hot tub or sauna would be pretty nice to have.” -David Owens, junior history major

Opinion

Finals madness

30 Apr , 2014  

It’s time to get out those neon-colored flash cards you bought at the beginning of the year and never used. Or am I alone on that one?

Opinion

Farewell from Kandee

30 Apr , 2014  

Being your opinion editor for The Highland Cavalier has been full of excitement, good stories and success. As a graduating senior who loved working for the campus newspaper, I would like to extend an invitation to apply for this position.

Features

Four secret 7C members revealed

30 Apr , 2014  

Graduating members of the 7Cs, a secret society on campus, revealed themselves Friday at the Student Leadership Awards Banquet.

Features,Highlights

Studying abroad in Italy

30 Apr , 2014  

Pictured is the Duomo in Florence, Italy. It was built and designed by Brunelleschi. Photo courtesy of Tiffany Carter

When I began my studies at UVa-Wise al­most two years ago I didn’t have the slightest clue that I would eventually end up exploring the streets of Florence, Italy with a group of my peers.

News

Graduation quickly approaches seniors

30 Apr , 2014  

This year’s graduation ceremony is quickly approaching. The event takes place on May 10 at 11 a.m. on the McCraray Lawn by the lake.

Highlights,Sports

Cavs fall short of MEC season title

30 Apr , 2014  

The UVa-Wise softball falls short of the Mountain East Conference Regular Season Championship as they finished in second place to West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats. Josh Weaver | The Highland Cavalier

Head coach Karen Bitter’s Cavs have argu­ably been one of the best teams in Mountain East Conference play this season and had a chance to claim the inaugural MEC softball regular season championship.

News,Top News

Events kick off this week

16 Apr , 2014  

Chancellor Donna Price Henry the college’s eighth chancellor, will be inaugurated in a ceremony next week. The event will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the David J. Prior Center. Photo courtesy Tim C. Cox

The next few weeks are filled with events that lead up to the in­augural ceremony for Chancellor Donna Henry.

Opinion

Social media addiction

16 Apr , 2014  

How much time in a given day do you spend on social media websites? One hour? Less or more?

Features

Study abroad expands new vast horizons

16 Apr , 2014  

The UVa-Wise International Studies Program attracts more and more students every year.

Features

Barefoot walk to take place

16 Apr , 2014  

Charity takes many forms in our lives. It is in material donations, such as the almost 1,500 cans donated by students during NRHH’s “Chancellor for a Day” canned food drive. It is also in our actions and our words. Even as “Chancellor for a Day” comes to a close, many students are preparing to give [...]

Highlights,News

New center officially opens

16 Apr , 2014  

Ron Eller speaks about maintaining a sense of place and the importance of Appalachia at the launch of the Center of Appalachian Studies. Darrian Pickett | The Highland Cavalier

The college’s Center of Appalachian Studies was officially launched this month.