A teacher asked her class what they didn’t like about UVa-Wise, why they would change it and how they would change this perceived problem. This task was easy for the class, who within 10 minutes had an exhaustive list of gripes. Needless to say, a whole class period was filled in.
When the sun set behind Carl Smith Stadium on Nov. 10, 2012 the UVa-Wise Cavaliers said goodbye to the Mid-South Conference and the NAIA. As the sun rose on Aug. 10 the Cavs welcomed the Mountain East Conference affiliated with NCAA Division II. “We have a Christmas present and can’t wait to open it,” [...]
Dear Highland Cavaliers! Welcome back to a new academic year! UVa-Wise Athletics is transitioning to NCAA Division II competition, and some changes are coming. As an ardent fan of college sports, and coming from a university with a successful NCAA Division I athletics program, I bring leadership experience in transitioning across athletics associations. While I [...]
Posted: 2/13/13 9:29 p.m. A federal judge has ordered a psychiatric evaluation for the UVa-Wise student accused of calling 911 with a fake report of a gunman on campus last month.
Federal officials on Monday arrested the UVa-Wise student charged with phoning in a fake report of a gunman in Culbertson Hall on Jan. 23, saying he admitted doing so “to obtain some form of hero status” and to better his standing in another court case.
The Highland Cavalier Staff reports email@example.com College’s reaction to be reviewed UVa-Wise officials plan to review their response to last week’s gunman hoax to see how future incidents might be handled better, the school’s spokeswoman said.
Updated: 1/28/13 12:40 p.m. Federal officials today arrested the student charged with phoning in a fake report of a gunman on the UVa-Wise campus last week.