Alex Boyé spoke and performed at Southern Virginia University this morning during University Convocation in the Knight Arena. The musician spent several days on campus this week filming an upcoming music video.
BUENA VISTA, Va. – Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox today announced that the Knights have accepted an offer to join the Old Dominion Athletic Conference as an associate member for football beginning fall 2019.
Students took a break from classes to participate in Southern Virginia University’s Service Day on Tuesday, Oct. 10. A large group traveled to the Washington D.C. Latter-day Saint Temple, while others remained in the local community, serving at senior centers, schools and on the University’s campus.
Burke Olsen, head digital officer at Deseret News, spoke Friday morning in the Knight Arena at Southern Virginia University’s Homecoming Convocation.
Burke Olsen, head digital officer at Deseret News and former Southern Virginia vice president of communications and marketing, will return to Southern Virginia University to speak at the Homecoming Convocation at 11 a.m. in Knight Arena.
Students rose to their feet Friday morning as Southern Virginia faculty members, arrayed in full academic regalia, marched into Knight Arena for this year’s Academic Convocation.
Student speakers and faculty members from Southern Virginia’s Student Support Center spoke last week at the inaugural event for the University’s new “Wellness Wednesdays” talk series. The weekly workshops will aim to raise awareness and provide resources for mental health and wellness among University’s students, faculty and professional staff.
Students gathered in Knight Arena for the University convocation Friday morning to hear University leaders speak about the role of social media and personal conduct and appearance in creating a personal brand.
NFL Films came to Southern Virginia University last year to premiere a documentary. This year, they came to film one.
Senior NFL Films Producer Angela Torma will premiere her new short film, “Unlikely Champions,” on Friday, Sept. 15, at 11 a.m. in the Stoddard Center at Southern Virginia University. The film features New England Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy, whose brother, Travis, was a member of Southern Virginia’s 2011 USCAA national championship basketball team.