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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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  • Poll: Virginians say Redskins name is just fine

    A new poll out this morning finds widespread support for the name "Redskins," which is the subject of a marketing campaign geared toward telling people the name totally isn't racist. From the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport...
  • Notes and notables

    Get the picture? When someone is arrested and booked, that person gets photographed. These "booking mugs" have become a part of the American culture, from ghastly celebrity pics to the burgeoning online galleries of everyday felony suspects. So we...
  • CNU president: State budget cuts won't lead to job losses

    CNU president: State budget cuts won't lead to job losses
    NEWPORT NEWS — State budget cuts being passed along to Christopher Newport University will not result in job losses, CNU President Paul Trible said. Trible, in interviews with the Daily Press on Thursday and Friday, said the school was preparing to...
  • New proposals, new poll as Medicaid session convenes

    Virginia legislators return to Richmond on Thursday to debate the Medicaid expansion they've already rebuffed with news that a majority of Virginians — 61 percent — support the idea, and with two conservative alternatives on their desks. But...
  • New marker celebrates rediscovery of Newport News' lost past

    New marker celebrates rediscovery of Newport News' lost past
    Like many other places in eastern Virginia at the end of the Civil War, most of the records documenting Warwick County's long, long past had been reduced to ashes. What hadn't been looted by curious Union soldiers during the month-long 1862 Siege of...
  • New historical marker celebrates rediscovery of Newport News' lost past

    NEWPORT NEWS — Like many other places in eastern Virginia at the end of the Civil War, most of the records documenting Warwick County's long, long past had been reduced to ashes. What hadn't been looted by curious Union soldiers during the month-...
  • The Week Ahead

    The Week Ahead
    It's another busy week coming up for Hampton Roads readers! UPDATED/CORRECTED Sept. 17 Tonight's lecture on tattooing and author talk about "The Collection" by Pops and Kathy Maguire will take place at the Mariners' Museum main lobby, 100 Museum Drive,...
  • Gov. McAuliffe, GOP legislators strike budget deal

    Gov. McAuliffe, GOP legislators strike budget deal
    RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe presented a united front with House Republican leaders Monday, rolling out an agreed-upon strategy to address dragging state revenues. In short, they settled on largely across-the-board budget cuts of about 3...
  • CNU will host forums on Scottish independence, church taxes

    CNU will host forums on Scottish independence, church taxes
    Christopher Newport University will host a two forums in the next few weeks, discussing Scottish independence and whether churches should be taxed. The CNU Public History Center will have a panel discussion titled "The Vote for Scottish Independence:...
  • Unusual rules for special session suggest fast movement -- but uncertain end

    Unusual rules for special session suggest fast movement -- but uncertain end
    When the General Assembly gathers this week, it won't run the way legislatures usually do. There won't be a provision for committees to hold hearings and exercise their usual power to kill or recommend consideration of new policies or spending. But...
  • CNU moves forward with expansion, a few projects on hold

    NEWPORT NEWS — Christopher Newport University President Paul Trible stood outside the soon-to-be-finished Christopher Newport Hall. The imposing building under construction is capped with a dome reminiscent of the U.S. Capitol. "Those are...