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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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  • Old Point Bank announces senior relationship manager

    Old Point Bank announces senior relationship manager
    Jeffrey Clemons has been appointed senior vice president/senior relationship manager at Old Point National Bank, according to a news release.  Clemons was previously vice president of commercial banking with BB&T Bank, the news release said. He obtained...
  • College Roundup: Navy sweeps Army in track & field; AACC splits in softball

    College Roundup: Navy sweeps Army in track & field; AACC splits in softball
    NAVY WOMEN'S TRACK: The Mids defeated Army, 101-99, on the final event Saturday evening at Ingram Field. Navy grabbed the lead over Army, 15-14, in the outdoor Star meet all-time series. With the meet down to the final event of the 3,200-meter relay, Army...
  • Phoebus boys win Captains Classic title on final event

    The Phoebus High boys edged Grassfield on the final event to win the Blue Division of the 30th Captains Classic on Saturday on Christopher Newport University's track. The Phantoms, who won the 1,600-meter relay, scored 129 points to Grassfield’s...
  • Jury sides with current CNU lacrosse coach in defamation case over racial slur

    Jury sides with current CNU lacrosse coach in defamation case over racial slur
    Editor's note: This story refers to language that could be offensive to some readers. A Newport News Circuit Court jury on Wednesday sided with Christopher Newport University's current lacrosse coach in a defamation case brought by his predecessor....
  • Former CNU lacrosse coach says current coach defamed him

    Former CNU lacrosse coach says current coach defamed him
    Editor's note: This story refers to language that could be offensive to some readers. A former Christopher Newport University lacrosse coach contends his replacement maligned him over his use of a racially offensive term five years ago, in a trial now...
  • New 'Living Landscape' book encompasses need for biodiversity in public and private gardens

    New 'Living Landscape' book encompasses need for biodiversity in public and private gardens
    Gardening books come and go, offering much of the same about container gardening, multi-season landscapes and weed and pest control. Doug Tallamy's books, however, strike a different chord and grab the gardener's attention, especially anyone who wants...
  • 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...
  • Conversation about U.Va sex assaults evolves over the year

    The University of Virginia was under fire for student safety issues and how it had handled sexual assault allegations on campus well before the Rolling Stone article about an alleged gang rape on campus was published in November. But the story, which...
  • EDUCATION NOTEBOOK: Hampton NAACP representative chides School Board, staff for missing meeting

    Attendees and TV viewers of the March 18 Hampton School Board meeting might have been confused by discussions about board members and Hampton City Schools staff not attending a meeting earlier that week. Ann Stephens-Cherry, vice president of the...
  • Conversation about campus sex assaults evolves over the year

    A year ago, the University of Virginia hosted a conference with 60 other schools about how to prevent rape on campus. Since then, events in Charlottesville and Washington converged to highlight the problem in a way like never before. The U.S. Education...
  • Colin Powell to speak at CNU on Thursday

    Colin Powell to speak at CNU on Thursday
    Colin Powell, retired four-star general and former secretary of state, will speak Thursday night at the Ferguson Center for the Arts in Newport News. Powell's appearance is part of the venue's Distinguished Speaker Series, which has previously brought...