By Cameron Parsons Sports Editor email@example.com The Cavs have won eight of their last nine games and now have a chance to claim a piece of the Mid-South Conference Eastern Division Championship. The Cavs swept their last three doubleheaders — against the University of Rio Grande on April 14, Southern Virginia University on April 15 [...]
By Sydney Gilbert Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org The college’s tennis teams traveled to nationally-ranked Campbellsville University and Lindsey Wilson College this past weekend to battle the elements and their opponents. The men’s team lost 6-0 against Campbellsville University and fell 9-0 against Lindsey Wilson.
Cincinnati Reds @ St. Louis Cardinals By Cameron Parsons Sports Editor email@example.com Although the Cardinals have been the recent powerhouse in the division, they find themselves looking up to the Reds in a big early season series. The Reds currently lead the National League Central Division, thanks mostly to the fact that they have the [...]
By Jordan Fifer News Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Even with the highest turnout in college history, it was three votes that separated the victor from the defeated. Junior biology major Ashlee Washburn won the SGA presidential election Wednesday with 207 votes, just an edge more than junior history and political science major James Tiffany’s 204. Junior sociology [...]
By Jimmy Seals Staff Writer email@example.com Students, faculty and staff donated blood at a drive in Cantrell Hall Wednesday in the hopes that their donation might save a life — or three. The blood drive, sponsored by the Baptist Collegiate Ministries and coordinated by the Marsh Regional Blood Center, was scheduled to roughly coincide with [...]
Phi Sigma Sigma took home first place in this year’s annual Greek Olympics. The games were Nickelodeon-themed, and included egg tosses, tug-of-war, pie eating contests and relay races. (Right) Kappa Sigma brother Delonte Yuille works hard to earn a Kappa Sig tug-of-war victory. Photos by Jordan Fifer.
By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Earth Week events this year include a lecture from author Camille Kingsolver, a found objects sculpture contest and a film festival. The UVa-Wise Environmental Club and the Clinch Coalition have teamed up for this year’s Earth Week festivities, focused on the theme of eating locally.
By Adam Hood Staff Writer email@example.com The Student Activities Board dished out a taste of music in the caf Tuesday evening, as Maryland band Lloyd Dobler Effect performed to a crowd of dining students. Josh Justice, assistant director of student activities and Greek life, said the dinner time performance was one of the first of [...]
By Sydney Gilbert Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Gender-neutral housing is unlikely to be available to UVa-Wise students anytime soon, officials say, despite a proposal to offer it at a nearby university. East Tennessee State University is investigating the idea of gender-neutral housing, which would allow students of the opposite gender to share a room if the [...]