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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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  • Pallotti senior ready for college volleyball

    St. Vincent Pallotti senior Carissa Hill has many fond memories of watching her sister Carla play volleyball at Mary Baldwin College in Virginia. That's where Carissa fell in love with the aura that surrounds the college game. "Attending all of her...
  • Harford well represented at Baltimore Running Festival Saturday

    Six-hundred Harford County runners were part of the record field of 27,000 in the Baltimore Running Festival Saturday. Several of them captured age-group awards in the half-marathon, marathon and 5K. Esther Buchser of Abingdon finished first in the...
  • The Last Word with Jon Dillard

    The Last Word with Jon Dillard
    At 5-11, 165 pounds, Jon Dillard  looks like a regular, inconspicuous college student. For three years at Maryland, that’s exactly what he was. But everything about Dillard’s college experience changed last fall when Terps coach Mark...
  • Bel Air High says goodbye to Class of 2012

    Bel Air High says goodbye to Class of 2012
    The Class of 2012, the last class to ever walk the halls of the old Bel Air High School building, graduated Tuesday evening. Class President Emily Gryglewski referred to this during her speech, as she presented the class gift to the high school, a fund...
  • Hereford senior honored for athletic and academic prowess

    Hereford senior honored for athletic and academic prowess
    Hereford High School senior Josh Kufera seems almost too good to be true. He's a three-year varsity soccer and baseball player who has a 4.0 GPA, is ranked second in his class, is in several honor societies, plays the French horn and volunteers at his...
  • Reisterstown: Shopping center changing to meet customers' needs

    You could hear the beat of the drums all the way out on Reisterstown Road heralding the grand opening of Hibachi Grill & Supreme Buffet. Fellow members of the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce, along with local politicos came to...
  • Spitz says he feels sorry for Phelps

    Mark Spitz says he feels badly for Michael Phelps. Spitz, whose record of seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics was broken when Phelps won eight last year, talked briefly about Phelps last night while in Little Rock, Ark., for a speaking engagement....
  • 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 percent...
  • 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...
  • 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...