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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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  • New Smithfield baseball coach Mike Altizer looks forward to guiding his hometown team

    Sky diving and Rocky Mountain climbing top some folks' bucket lists. For Mike Altizer, coaching the Smithfield High varsity baseball has long been near the top of his. Altizer will get to cross that off when he guides the Packers this season. Altizer, an...
  • After a rough debut 7 1/2 years ago, Sika Henry feels better prepared for One City Marathon

    After a rough debut 7 1/2 years ago, Sika Henry feels better prepared for One City Marathon
    NEWPORT NEWS — Like most in her running shoes, Sika Henry wasn't sure just how her first marathon would unfold. There were three things she didn't count on: throwing up along the course, phoning a friend to rescue her (she didn't answer), and...
  • CNU's Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution to host spring lecture series

    The Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University will host a series lectures throughout the spring semester. All lectures are free and open to the public. No reservation is required. See the complete lecture...
  • One City Marathon to expose Newport News' economic assets, history

    One City Marathon to expose Newport News' economic assets, history
    NEWPORT NEWS — When more than 1,900 runners come barreling down the streets of Newport News next Sunday for the inaugural One City Marathon, they'll be traversing through some of city's most mature neighborhoods and diverse commerce districts...
  • Man charged in Virginia student's slaying appears in court

    The parents of a slain University of Virginia student watched from the second row of a courtroom Wednesday as a judge agreed to delay the trial of the man facing murder charges in the case. John Graham peered over the top of his glasses at Jesse...
  • Tabb High: Doug Baggett expects to return as boys hoops coach; football players Grant Kelchner and Antwuan Hicks make college decisions

    Tabb High: Doug Baggett expects to return as boys hoops coach; football players Grant Kelchner and Antwuan Hicks make college decisions
      Tabb High boys basketball coach Doug Baggett didn't make it official, but he said Wednesday that he expects to return for another season as the Tigers coach. Baggett has said for months that he plans to retire from teaching this year, but has leaned...
  • CNU Board of Visitors approves funding for three new buildings

    CNU Board of Visitors approves funding for three new buildings
    Christopher Newport University's Board of Visitors approved resolutions on Feb. 20 for debt issuance to expand dining facilities, construct residential housing and build residence hall VII on campus. The state essentially lends the money to CNU to build...
  • Hampton Roads Philharmonic brings its love of music to the community

    Hampton Roads Philharmonic brings its love of music to the community
    Young and old, working and retired, military and civilian. The Hampton Roads Philharmonic is a mixed bag of musicians with a common bond: the music they love to play. Founded less than two years ago, the community orchestra gave its first performance in...
  • With GOP in control of Virginia's legislature, McAuliffe agenda sunk

    RICHMOND — They canned his name for a health-care initiative, changed the name of his economic development fund, whacked his effort to expand pre-school — all in all, the governor had a tough time in the General Assembly this year. But it...
  • Weather forces some One City Marathon runners to alter training regimen

    Weather forces some One City Marathon runners to alter training regimen
    If Greg Dawson's five-year streak was to end, it surely would have been Thursday. There were eight inches of new-fallen snow covering his Williamsburg neighborhood, and the roads had been untouched by plows. But Dawson was out there, determined to...
  • Doctors caution parents about peanut allergies

    Doctors caution parents about peanut allergies
    Pediatricians at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters in Norfolk cautioned against potential misunderstandings regarding the peanut allergy study published Monday in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study found that exposing non-...