The UVa-Wise Theater Department opened its three-night run of the student production “Top Girls” on Sunday, Nov. 12.
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As the coalfields of Southwest Virginia attempt to find new industries and businesses to revitalize the local economy, one resource presents itself readily: the
I’ve never had a more disinclination before watching a movie than I did with “Split.”
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Last Saturday, Jan 21st, women-led protests took place nationwide and globally.
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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