No one can hide from the swarm of emotions surrounding this election.
With political opinions leaking all over social media, the joys of experiencing a virtual life are likely to be stained for a while. Of
From student loan reform to job growth and immigration reform, there was a lot at stake for college students in this year’s election cycle.
Last Friday, Nov 11, at 9:30am, a group of five UVa-Wise students stood on the low wall outside the Slemp Student Center to counter
A letter signed by 469 students and professors at the University of Virginia on Friday objected to President Teresa Sullivan quoting Thomas Jefferson in
On Election Day, women across America wore white in honor of the white-clad suffragettes whose continual sacrifices and bravery won the right to vote
Recently, the Young Democrats held a voter registration drive at UVA-Wise.
Looking around our part of Virginia, we see businesses cutting back and/or shutting their doors, farmers worried about new regulations, real unemployment reaching new
I love Southwest Virginia. It’s my home.
In addition to the heated presidential election, voters in Virginia will have the opportunity to vote on two proposed state constitutional amendments.
For the past 21 months, presidential hopefuls have vied for our attention and approval through nearly every news outlet in the country.
College is a time when many people are able to vote for the very first time, and it can be both exciting and a