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The Lobster: A Modern Masterpiece

Yorgos Lanthimos’ newest film The Lobster proves to be a certifiable triumph in film. The director’s first English feature film finds similarity with multiple titans of...

Restaurant Review: The Local

Charlottesville is not only the home of the ‘hoos, but it is also home to some of the best restaurants. Us college students might...

The Alternative Guide to Foxfield Saturday

So you’re not a Foxfield person. Lucky for you, UVa and Charlottesville have much more going on this weekend than just the horse races...

UVa’s Competitive Bhangra Team Reflects on Successful Season

On Saturday, UVa’s competitive co-ed Bhangra team finished their season at the Bhangra Blowout in Washington D.C. Though the team did not place this...

Ten Things You Don’t Want to Miss at Tom Tom

If you are looking for a cool way to spend your weekend, then the Tom Tom Founders Festival is perfect for you. This festival...

The Next Generation of Tina Feys? UVa’s Own SNL at OpenGrounds

On Saturday, April 9, OpenGrounds held a late night “Saturday Night Live” event of comedy that included skits, digital shorts, stand-up, and improvisation by...

The Garage: Small Space for Big Talent

On Saturday, April 2, two different musical acts performed at The Garage in downtown Charlottesville to play a free show for the community. Whetherman,...

5k Races to Keep you Active this April

April is upon us and with warmer weather comes more opportunities to be outdoors. Running is a great way to spend your free time...

The Virginia Film Festival: Not Just November

Most students at UVa have heard of the Virginia Film Festival, and many have attended some of the films and events that the Festival...

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UVA Lauded by Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report Rankings

The University has received four major accolades this week, with several national publications recognizing the school's cost-effectiveness, academics, hospital facilities and Grounds in their...
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Catching Up with the “Crying Nazi”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-s4S8DzSrM One year after the alt-right took to the streets of Charlottesville, WUVA News caught up with white nationalist podcaster Christopher Cantwell.

Interview Interruptus

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrGEAkr5lHM Earlier this week, WUVA News was in the middle of an interview with Charlottesville Vice Mayor Heather Hill on the Downtown Mall. Without warning,...