Freeze Frame

President Trible to propose a tuition freeze for all incoming and current students in special BOV meeting, Board will make final decision Friday On Friday, April 5, the Executive Committee of the Board of Visitors will hold a special meeting. During this meeting, President Paul Trible will recommend a tuition freeze for the incoming freshmen…

500 aftercare kits packed

The CNU community came out to support Fear 2 Freedom in their annual Hour 2 Empower event I pledge to help end sexual assault on my campus. I will stand firm to protect my fellow classmates on and off campus. I pledge to be the change Voices of hundreds of students echoed this pledge in…

$65,868.86 raised for research

CNU’s Relay for Life exceed fundraising goal after event on March 22-23 March 22 was a triumphant night for CNU’s Colleges Against Cancer, as they began their annual Relay for Life already ahead of their Volunteer Goal of $60,000. A little over twelve hours later the results came in: they had raised $5,000 more than…

Sophia Nelson gives keynote at Global Status of Women and Girls Conference

Sophia Nelson wants you to listen to your neighbor. Serving as the Keynote Speaker at the 2019 Global Status of Women and Girls Conference, Nelson focused on bridging the differences between Americans and giving tools for women to succeed. With that success, she suggests, our country can make its way through “this climate of national…

World in Brief

Recaps of the top news stories that happened last week from across the globe

World in Brief

Recaps of the top news stories that happened last week from across the globe U.S. withdraws all Diplomatic staff from Venezuela According to the US State Department, the United States decided to withdraw all diplomatic staff from their embassy in Caracas, Venezuela late Monday night.  This decision was explained by Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo,…

New hire seeks to inspire

Dr. Freund appointed to new position, tasked with developing Jewish Studies program at CNU On Monday, March 18, members of the press gathered in the Alumni House to cover the appointment of an important new faculty member to Christopher Newport. At the event, Dr. Richard Freund was named the first holder of the Bertram and…

REACH: More than just an alternative break

Buckingham County, Virginia. Wilmington, North Carolina. Charleston, South Carolina. Chestertown, Maryland. Greenville, South Carolina. Five groups of 12 volunteers each banded together for an unconventional spring break: a week volunteering through REACH Alternative Breaks. Each year REACH provides students with an opportunity to contribute meaningfully to a community in need.  This year REACH sent an…

“We must break down those barriers”

CNU’s Dr. Patricia Hopkins delivers speech on racism in America One hundred chairs were organized into neat rows and stretched across the DSU Ballroom. Almost every single one of them was filled. Students, faculty and community members all gathered on Tuesday, Feb. 26 to hear Dr. Patricia Hopkins’ speech. An associate professor of English and…

Currents Literary Magazine seeking submissions

Campus publication embraces the theme Fusion for 2019 publication Currents, CNU’s literary magazine, is currently seeking submissions for this year’s issue.  The previous deadline of March 1 had been extended until March 15 in order to give students more time to turn in their personal work for publishing. This year, the theme of the magazine…