ST. CROIX — The UVI VOICE has launched its new website with a new URL: www.uvivoice.net

The new site is full of new and entertaining stories written by UVI students! UVIVOICE.NET is mobile phone and mobile device compatible to make your viewing convenient and easy.

UVIVOICE.NET features breaking news, in-depth coverage of campus issues and student perspectives on national and global issues.

The easy-to-navigate website highlights local celebrities under the “Reppin the V.I.” tab in an effort to showcase Virgin Islanders who can be role models for UVI students.

The site features UVI-related Twitter feeds and RSS feeds to keep students connected. You can also follow the UVI VOICE on Facebook and Twitter for breaking news alerts. And the feeds on the website make browsing convenient for people on the go.

This week’s issue includes stories on International Peace Day celebrations, UVI fashion, a profile on the SGA St. Croix President Kevin Dixon, a feature on the iPhone vs. the Galaxy and much more!

Don’t be shy! You can also be a part of this remarkable experience. Students, professors, administrators and alumni can submit editorials, stories, pictures, ideas and suggestions to
uvivoice@myuvi.net and you could be published on this student-run website.

Read more about our editors and reporters at https://uvivoice.net/about/fall-2013-staff/

Visit the site today at WWW.UVIVOICE.NET — Bookmark the page and check it out every day for new and engaging content created by student journalists at The University of the Virgin Islands.

Mission Statement:
The UVI VOICE is a socially conscious newspaper/ website dedicated to reflecting the diverse perspectives that make up the University of the Virgin Islands. We strive to provide an engaging, intelligent and relevant portrayal of college life according to UVI students by combining inquisitiveness and creativity through the written word and visual imaging.

About Us:
UVI VOICE editors, directors, reporters and photographers are participating in UVI’s Journalism Workshop, or Com 200, with operations on St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John.

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