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NFL moving forward without its players

22 Apr , 2011  

The State of Sports On April 19, the NFL released its 2011 schedule. Perhaps the most exciting games for football fans will occur during the league’s opening week.

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Poodlz in college

22 Apr , 2011  

Cartoonist Joanna Lewis is a senior computer science major.

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College employees and alumni set to debut band

22 Apr , 2011  

By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief agr2q@uvawise.edu A newly-formed band made up of three UVa-Wise employees and two alumni is set to hold a debut concert Thursday. Runnin’ from Jezebel will perform the free concert April 28 at the Tavern on Main’s banquet hall on Main Street across from the restaurant.

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Battle of Bands to raise money for Japan relief

22 Apr , 2011  

The campus chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary will sponsor its first Battle of the Bands competition next weekend, and a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the Red Cross’ efforts in Japan. About a half-dozen bands are slated to compete during the event, which will be held April 29 at 8:30 [...]

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Em & Kay

22 Apr , 2011  

Emily and Karrye — that’s us at the top of the page — are here to answer your questions. Nothing is off limits. Send any question or problem, big or small, to the email addresses below.

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Annual arts fundraiser slated for next weekend

22 Apr , 2011  

Each of the college’s musical ensembles will perform at Prism 2011, the Department of Visual and Performing Arts’ annual gala dinner, silent auction and concert. The event is scheduled for April 30 in the Gilliam Center for the Arts and will begin at 6 p.m. The event raises money for the fine arts program and [...]

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Freshmen indicted in beating case

22 Apr , 2011  

By Jordan Fifer News Editor jtf3u@uvawise.edu Three former UVa-Wise freshmen accused of beating a junior in an off-campus burglary in February were indicted Monday by a Wise County grand jury. Byron Thaxter Lawrence, 19, was indicted on charges of malicious wounding, burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary.

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News Briefs

22 Apr , 2011  

April 22 Senior accused of running from police has case dismissed, clarinet Day to be held tomorrow, volunteers needed for Late-Night Breakfast, art show displays student work, dancers to perform next week

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Defeated SGA candidates look to next year

22 Apr , 2011  

By Jimmy Seals Staff Writer jjs9v@uvawise.edu The two candidates not elected in last week’s SGA presidential election say they’re hopeful they can remain active in the group and other campus organizations next year. Ashley Cvetnich and James Tiffany lost the race for SGA president to Ashlee Washburn, who’s set to be inaugurated today.

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Baseball team takes division championship

22 Apr , 2011  

By Adam Hood Staff Writer arh4d@uvawise.edu The UVa-Wise baseball team took the Mid-South Eastern Division Championship after victories in last Friday’s double header against Rio Grande University. The team took both games with scores of 8-7 and 4-0.

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Five things you should do:

22 Apr , 2011  

Earth Day Compiled by Cameron Parsons, sports editor

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Students attend Sullivan induction

22 Apr , 2011  

By Allie Robinson Editor-in-Chief agr2q@uvawise.edu UVa-Wise students and faculty traveled to Charlottesville last week to witness the inauguration of UVa’s eighth president, Teresa Sullivan. Dean of Students Jewell Worley took four students — SGA President, Honor Court Chair Bryant Gray, Judicial Board Chief Justice Ashley Ryan and SGA Treasurer Luke Rasnick.