The Lady Cavs volleyball team finished last season at an even .500 win percentage In the MEC, they finished 7-9 putting them at a .438 win percentage, placing them ninth in the conference. However, this will not stop the Cavaliers from pursuing their ultimate goal, which is winning a Mountain East Conference Championship.
UVa-Wise, Applebee’s of Norton and 92.1 WDIC-FM have formed a partnership to provide more access to the football program at the College. The UVa-Wise Coaches Show will air live from Applebee’s and on 92.1 FM each Monday throughout the football season.
The UVa-Wise men’s cross country team earned a preseason poll at fourth in the Mountain East Conference, resulting in a tie with the University of Charleston. The Cavs have four returners including upper classmen Anthony Wallis, William Young, Isreal Boling, and Shaquon Wilkins.
The Cavalier football team finished last season with a 2-9 record. Although the bar was set higher, they did not meet their goals. They finished tenth in the conference, only placing in front of West Virginia State University. In previous years, Head Coach Dewey Lusk’s program always had a losing record. The big question that [...]
The recent scandal involving the Ashley Madison website is proof that whatever you put on the internet is obviously never truly secure. The website was created for married men and women to cheat on their spouses anonymously, and was recently hacked by a group called the Impact Team. The hackers released data containing the names [...]
2016 is shaping up to be an interesting year. With almost two dozen Republican Presidential candidates and a handful of Democrats, it is difficult to keep up with the exceedingly wide playing field. However, there are a lot of parallels that can be drawn between the current polls and the candidates on both sides of [...]
Brian Wills, director of the Center for the Study of the Civil War Era and professor of history at Kennesaw State University, will visit The University of Virginia’s College at Wise to speak about the history of the Confederate flag.
North Korea reached an agreement to deescalate tensions this week following an incident involving a land mine explosion earlier this month. The explosion, which left two South Korean soldiers wounded, was allegedly caused by North Korea placing mines along the Demilitarized Zone.
“Now we are ready to see what is normatively problematic about anger. The central issue is this: the payback idea does not make sense. Ideas of cosmic balance are extremely widespread and archaic, and almost all of us have them at some level.” Dr. Martha C. Nussbaum’s upcoming lecture “Anger and Revolutionary Justice” at UVaWise [...]
For many students the most exciting or stressful part of each semester is making their class schedules. For returning students this process can seem like second nature; however for freshmen and incoming transfer students, the process can become a bit more hectic.
Gravel lot still unpaved, frustrating for commuters The fall semester is in full swing and for many students the first thing they will notice about campus is the parking situation. One of the largest parking lots on campus, the upper parking lot located above the Science Center, has already had some work done in anticipation [...]
Chancellor Henry allies college with regional economic development On Tuesday August 18, Chancellor Donna Henry was joined by The University of Virginia’s President Teresa A. Sullivan at the 2015 Convocation in welcoming freshmen, as well as returning students to the beginning of another academic year.