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News Briefs

8 Apr , 2011  

April 8, 2011 Students waive preliminary hearing, UVa-Wise professor likely to  appear on NBC show tonight, Blood drive scheduled for April 13 – Freshman seminar theme announced – College email to be upgraded

Opinion

SGA Election 2011

8 Apr , 2011  

SGA Presidential Candidates Speak About Plans for Next Year

Opinion

Exercise your rights, vote in the elections next week

8 Apr , 2011  

Staff Editorial It was President Franklin Roosevelt who said, “Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves.” “And the only way they could do this,” he added, “is by not voting.”

Sports

Men’s and women’s tennis teams both record victories

8 Apr , 2011  

By Sydney Gilbert Staff Writer sbg3v@uvawise.edu The men’s tennis team picked up its first victory of the season against Bluefield College and the women’s team added two victories against Bluefield and Berea at an April 2 home tri-match. UVa-Wise excelled Saturday, winning three out of four matches overall.

Sports

Games of the Week

8 Apr , 2011  

By Cameron Parsons Sports Editor clp7m@uvawise.edu Boston Celtics @ Miami Heat Most people’s dream match-up for the Eastern Conference Finals, include the two evil empires of the east — the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat. Although two of the most well-known teams in basketball, the Celtics and the Heat are two completely different teams. [...]

Sports

Upcoming Games

8 Apr , 2011  

April 12-April 14 Men’s Tennis The men’s and women’s tennis teams will travel to Southern Virginia University tomrrow for a non-conference match-up at 1 p.m. The Cavs return home to play on April 14 against Emory & Henry College at 4 p.m. Baseball The baseball team will face Shawnee State University tomorrow and Sunday in [...]

Sports

Softball drops three of four games

8 Apr , 2011  

By Cameron Parsons Sports Editor clp7m@uvawise.edu April has not been kind to the Cavs, as the team has dropped three of their four games during the month. The Cavs have had limited practice and several canceled game this season due to the weather. Foul weather conditions canceled eight games since March 26.

Sports

Baseball team still atop Eastern Division standings

8 Apr , 2011  

By Adam Hood Staff Writer ard4d@uvawise.edu The baseball team managed to win one game in a doubleheader last weekend against the Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders. The team is still atop the Mid-South Conference standing in the East Division.

Sports

Spring signals beginning of exciting seasons

8 Apr , 2011  

The State of Sports March Madness might be over, but the state of sports is just as exciting as ever. Two teams that deserve a lot of praise are UConn and Texas A&M.

Uncategorized

Tuition hike likely less than predicted

1 Apr , 2011  

By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief agr2q@uvawise.edu Students should expect a single-digit tuition increase next year instead of the double-digit increase that was anticipated, college officials say. Tuition for in-state students next year will likely increase by 8.5 percent, and those Virginia residents who live on campus should look for an overall cost increase of 6.9 percent, [...]

Highlights

Trading places

1 Apr , 2011  

Chancellor David Prior and senior biology major Andrew Morgan traded places Wednesday — Morgan sat in meetings with college administrators while Prior took notes in Morgan’s organic chemistry class among other activities. The annual Chancellor for a Day event was sponsored by the National Residence Hall Honorary, which held a canned food drive contest to [...]

Highlights

Dominion CEO to be graduation speaker

1 Apr , 2011  

By Clifton Diaz Online Editor csd2h@uvawise.edu College officials announced this week that Thomas Farrell, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Dominion Resources, Inc. will be the commencement speaker May 14. Farrell, a University of Virginia alumnus, will speak to graduating seniors, their families and friends during the commencement ceremonies on the Lawn [...]