Wednesday, 11/7/2012
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  Highland Cavalier submission deadline
Today is the submission deadline for items to be included in the November 14 edition of the Highland Cavalier newspaper. For more information, contact Jessica Shartouny at

NSLS New Member Nomination Period
The National Society of Leadership and Success will accept nomination forms for new members November 1-15. Nomination forms are available in the Student Life Office, online at, or by email request to Nominees must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be in good standing as UVa-Wise students. For more information, visit

10:00am [10:00am]NSLS Yankee Candle Fundraiser
The National Society of Leadership and Success will sell Yankee Candle items this week in the Slemp Student Center -- MWF - Atrium TTH - Jefferson Lounge All orders and payment are due by 3 pm on Monday, November 12. For more information, contact Katelyn Wilmer at

[11:00am]LGBTA Bake Sale
The LGBTA will host a bake sale today in the SSC Jefferson Lounge. For more information, contact Kim Good at

[1:00pm]Artist Talk - Charles Clisso
An artist talk featuring Charles Clisso will be held today in the Gilliam Center for the Arts room 130 at 1 pm. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Necessary ( or 276-328-0256). *This is a cultural activity credit event.*

[1:00pm]INT Darts
Intramural Darts will be held in the SSC Game Room today at 1 & 6 pm. For more information, contact Nick Marshall at 276-376-4513 or

[1:00pm]LGBTA Society Weekly Meeting
The LGBTA Society will meet weekly at 1 pm in Zehmer Hall 118. Contact President Kim Good at for more information.

[1:00pm]Pre-Professional Club Weekly Meeting
The Pre-Professional Club will meet each Wednesday at 1 pm in the Sandridge Science Center, room 209. For more information, contact Emma Spangler (

[5:00pm]Sigma Delta Pi Weekly Meeting
The Spanish honor society, Sigma Delta Pi, meets each Wednesday at 5 pm in Zehmer Hall 137. All are welcome to attend. For more information, contact Vanessa Chirinos at

[6:00pm]Circle K Meeting
There will be a meeting of the Circle K club at 6 pm in the SSC Dogwood Room today. For more information, contact Heather Owens at

[6:00pm]INT Darts
Intramural Darts will be held in the SSC Game Room today at 1 & 6 pm. For more information, contact Nick Marshall at 276-376-4513 or

[6:00pm]Mariachi Night
The Spanish Section and Sigma Delta Pi offer 'Mariachi Night' at Mi Finca Restaurante in Norton on the first Wednesday of each month. You will have the opportunity to sing along with the Mariachi band, order your food in Spanish and have a conversation in Spanish with other students and faculty. This is a cultural activity credit event. Students may receive only one credit. For more information, contact Ruth Roman at or 276-376-4561.

[6:00pm]RHA Bi-Monthly Meeting
The Residence Hall Association meets every other Wednesday at 6 pm in the Culbertson Classroom. For more information, contact RHA President Emily Baxter at

7:00pm [7:00pm]Tupos Weekly Meeting
Join Tupos for its weekly meeting in the Chapel of All Faiths. For more information, contact Trevor Hager at 276-708-5755.

[7:40pm]Pro Art performance of Hudson Trio
Hudson Trio, November 7, 2012 - 7:45 p.m. Jettie Baker Center, Clintwood, VA Admission: $12 adults, $8 seniors (55+), $6 students K-12, college students (with ID) and children under 5 FREE Join the Hudson Piano Trio on a musical tour around the world with spritely trios by Bright Sheng (China), timeless melodies of Fritz Kreisler (Austria), the impressionistic music of Maurice Ravel (France) an Edwardian love-song from Edward Elgar (England), Appalachian inspired folk tunes from fiddler Mark O'Conner (America) and much more. Experience the special flavors of cultures from near and far through music. No passports necessary! The Hudson Trio has created an energetic presence in both the United States and Europe. Comprised of musicians with a deep dedication to chamber music, members of the trio have performed at Lincoln Centerís Alice Tully Hall, Carnegieís Weill Hall, Merkin Hall, Steinway Hall, the 92nd Street Y, the Symphony Center in Chicago and the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. The trio has worked under the guidance of such great artists as Charles Neidich, Colin Carr, Pascal Devoyon, Philippe Graffin, Pavlina Dokovska and Marcy Rosen. This program is funded in part by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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