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(Charlottesville, Va.) – Two students at Piedmont Virginia Community College have been selected as Valley Proteins Fellows for 2015-2016.…

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PVCC Reads The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks »

In today’s world of selfie-sticks and 24/7 access to social media, it is hard to imagine a person who has interacted with millions of lives yet only has a few pictures of her own. That it took between five and six decades for her to gain noticeable recognition for her enormous contributions to science and…

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PVCC Reads The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks »

In today’s world of selfie-sticks and 24/7 access to social media, it is hard to imagine a person who has interacted with millions of lives yet only has a few pictures of her own. That it took between five and six decades for her to gain noticeable recognition for her enormous contributions to science and…

Aug 28 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Faculty Recital Showcases Talented Department »

After flowing down a waterfall of steps, I sat in anticipation. The Piedmont Virginia Community College Facility Music Recital was about to begin on the V. Earl Dickinson Building’s  main stage. Previously postponed due to inclement weather, it was held March 29, a sunny Sunday afternoon. Marco Escobar, PVCC’s violin, viola and cello instructor,  was…

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Why We Still Need Feminism »

Feminism is the new “F” word. Or at least that is how it can feel. The connotations behind the term “feminism” can be ambiguous at times, but it has increasingly become out of vogue to call oneself a feminist. However, PVCC’s Gender Equality Club shed light on the origin of this word during its April…

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Help us select next year’s One Book!  Click here to read about the One Book Candidates and Vote on your Choice! The One Book Candidates for Fall 2015-2016 are: Rocket Boys (October Sky), by Homer Hickam The Things They Carried, by Tim O’Brien The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot Additional information about…

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Faculty Recital Showcases Talented Department »

After flowing down a waterfall of steps, I sat in anticipation. The Piedmont Virginia Community College Facility Music Recital was about to begin on the V. Earl Dickinson Building’s  main…

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Review: One Mic Stand »

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The latest edition of PVCC’s “One Mic Stand” gathered a diverse group of talents, including students as well as other members of…

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Review: Ernie G Comedy Night »

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As part of Latino Week at the University of Virginia (April 10), the Latino Student Alliance invited speaker Ernie G, a Latino empowerment…

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Faculty Recital Showcases Talented Department »

Photography by Tamara Whyte

After flowing down a waterfall of steps, I sat in anticipation. The Piedmont Virginia Community College Facility Music Recital was about to…

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Wake-Up Call in Environmental Biology Class »

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Ground and water contamination by chemicals, plastics that do not biodegrade causing death of sea animals and birds, and dwindling water resources…

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PVCC Reads The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks »

In today’s world of selfie-sticks and 24/7 access to social media, it is hard to imagine a person who has interacted with millions of lives yet only has a few…

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