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CulpeperRocks – A Creative Community Project

Located about an hour and 15 minutes away from the heart of Charlottesville, families of Culpeper County, Virginia have found a new way to...

The Virginia Renaissance Faire-the Perfect Summer Day Trip

As students of the University of Virginia are on the search for fun day trips and events to go to during this summer season, the...
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Virginia’s Hard Cider Boom

By: Caroline Coleburn One of Virginia’s newest and most explosive industries is an alcoholic drink called hard cider. With only 8 cideries in 2014, Virginia’s...

Mental Health at UVA: An Interview with Professor Noelle Hurd

Professor Noelle Hurd, a distinguished psychologist with multiple degrees, focuses on adolescent development among marginalized youth in her research here at the University of...

Spoon University hosts “StudyHub”

On May 1st, Spoon University and GrubHub are hosting “StudyHub” at Trinity Irish Pub on the corner from 6 to 10 pm. This event...

Relay For Life—Cancer Never Sleeps

The night of April 7th was a sleepless night for hundreds of UVA students. Despite the cold weather, people gathered on the Carr’s Hill field...

Virginia Student Film Festival: Audience Picks Favorite Film

The 2017 Virginia Student Film Festival took place in Newcomb Theater on March 18th. This year, the two-hour film festival showcased around 15 short...

Innocent on Death Row: a look into Virginia inmate’s sentence

Last week, students packed into a Clark lecture hall for the opportunity to hear from Elizabeth Peiffer, a lawyer from a local nonprofit law...

Annual Virginia Festival of the Book brings Sue Klebold to UVA

This past Sunday afternoon found Sue Klebold, author of A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy, speaking to an audience assembled in UVa's Culbreth...

The Charlottesville Ten Miler and Its Impact on One UVA Professor

On the morning of March 18th, the Charlottesville Ten Miler race fired its shotgun at 7:15 am. The course of the race starts and...

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GOP at UVA: Is the Party Over?

https://youtu.be/V98RVgUms0Y?rel=0&ytp-pause-overlay=0 The New York Times op-ed Columnist David Brooks predicts the Republican Party dying out in the near future due to the increasing number of...

UVA’s Big Three are NBA Bound!

https://youtu.be/UV_ZytHRAfs?rel=0&ytp-pause-overlay=0 Virginia Cavaliers' Big Three consisting of De’Andre Hunter, Ty Jerome, and Kyle Guy were all selected in the 2019 NBA Draft. Hunter will be...

Old Cabell Hall Mural: Artistic Expression or Target for Removal?

https://youtu.be/iKcpl_WITtw?rel=0&ytp-pause-overlay=0 The mural in Old Cabell Hall, completed in 2012 by Lincoln Perry, features some images that some consider offensive. Director of jazz performance John...