Nancy Barry Munger ’41, a former President of the Board of Trustees and funded Munger Hall.Read More
February 18, 2010
Many students are envious of the girls who use athletics as their ticket to college, but there’s a real sacrifice to be made when they get on campus and have to hold up their end of the deal
As texting becomes a more prevalent practice for students, the UV conducted a poll to see how popular texting is on campus and whether students understand when it is and isn’t appropriate to use texting lingo and abbreviations in writing.
Seniors Julie Huh and Jenny Lee were semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search, America’s most prestigious pre-college science competition. Each will receive $1000.
Frontrunner, along with Hero Status and The Black Tie Rebels, were the live performance acts in Caswell at the second annual Arts and Music Production, AMP, on January 29.
The noise from the ARC is getting ridiculously high – it’s supposed to be a study space, not your living room.
Students in the new Interdisciplinary Performance class explore sound, movement, and performance.
Café M not only changed in technology and style but also ushered in new faces from CulinArt, a contract dining service company operating throughout the…
With the delicious food from the new Cafe M, everyone will be gaining the “Freshman 15” before college even begins.