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Christopher Newport University

Christopher Newport University
Christopher Newport University or CNU, is a four-year college located in Newport News, Virginia. It was established in 1961 as a 2 year college and became a four-year college in 1971. It acheived university status in 1992.
Christopher Newport University or CNU, is a four-year college located in Newport News, Virginia. It was established in 1961 as a 2 year college and became a four-year college in 1971. It acheived university status in 1992. « Show less

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  • Former Phoebus coach Stan Sexton proud of team, hopes to return to sideline

    Former Phoebus coach Stan Sexton proud of team, hopes to return to sideline
    Stan Sexton called just before 3:30 p.m., the most difficult part of his days these last five weeks. "I have to be honest," he said. "Every afternoon about this time, depression sets in." Phoebus High was 47-2 in Sexton's three-plus seasons as head...
  • Exhibit showcases artists who teach

     Exhibit showcases artists who teach
    In a world where slick bumper sticker maxims are often mistaken for profound thinking, it can be hard to get past the time-worn cliche about teachers. Playwright George Bernard Shaw said it first. But satirist H.L. Mencken said it better. And since...
  • Nauticus and Stage Company team up for swingtime revue

    Nauticus and Stage Company team up for swingtime revue
    Nauticus and Virginia Stage Company are teaming up to present "Swingtime Salute, An On-Deck Revue," this summer. Performances of the World War II-era song and dance show will take place May 31 through July 8 on the deck of the Battleship Wisconsin in...
  • London says Virginia's spring practices in Hampton Roads paying dividends

    London says Virginia's spring practices in Hampton Roads paying dividends
    Virginia's first football game in Hampton Roads was in 1900 against North Carolina. The Cavaliers defeated the Tar Heels 17-0 in Norfolk. Virginia's most recent contest in these parts was in 1976 against VMI, also in Norfolk. The Cavaliers lost 13-7. In...
  • Fate leads former Hampton All-American Ronald Curry to 49ers coaching job

    Fate leads former Hampton All-American Ronald Curry to 49ers coaching job
    The rejections stung, sure. They always do. But Ronald Curry had overcome far more, and a few job interviews that didn't pan out weren't about to discourage him. "Everything happens for a reason," he said Friday afternoon. "That's how I've always...
  • Peninsula art teachers showcase talent

    Peninsula art teachers showcase talent
    You don't have to be a student of drawing to like what Mary Lee Ruff can do with a pencil. Time and time again over the past few years, this talented Charles H. Taylor Arts Center instructor has demonstrated that — when it comes making art —...
  • Virginia Symphony continues free outdoor concerts this week

    The unofficial start of the Virginia Symphony season has been in full swing with a terrific lineup of free outdoor concerts throughout Hampton Roads. The series began with four concerts over the Labor Day weekend in Williamsburg, Yorktown, Hampton and...
  • State Record: Tabb boys basketball team hit 35 consecutive free throws, ranks fifth all-time nationally

    State Record: Tabb boys basketball team hit 35 consecutive free throws, ranks fifth all-time nationally
    The supposedly lost art of free throw shooting is alive and well at Tabb High. During a stretch of slightly more than two games last week, the Tigers made a state record 35 consecutive free throws. The Tigers made all 13 of their free throws in a 76-...
  • What do Smithfield Foods' donations really look like?

    Last week, Christopher Newport University completed it's annual Food for Thought food drive on behalf of the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank. There to help put a cap on the drive was Smithfield Foods, who donated a whopping 10,000 pounds of protein, which a...
  • Nature is beautiful -- until humans get ahold of it

    Nature is beautiful  -- until humans get ahold of it
    "Environmental Impact," a traveling exhibit at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport News, is intended to highlight what can happen when man interacts with Earth. And sometimes that’s not pretty. Mountaintops blasted off for mining,...
  • Some hints of a last minute break to Gillespie

    That wave that Ed Gillespie spoke off after filling up on waffles at Angelo's on J. Clyde for his last day of campaigning was a real thing -- or so this tidbit from Christopher Newport University's Quentin Kidd suggests. Kidd and his student pollsters...