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This summer, I’ve had the pleasure of working at an ad agency and part of this experience landed me at Snapchat headquarters in Venice,...

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Amidst the fun and excitement of summer, America’s birthday marks a time of national pride and revives a sense of community that is shared...

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...

No Internet? No problem. How TexMe is Revolutionizing Access to Media Content

Second-year engineering students Shabad Sobti and Saad Khan had high expectations for themselves at this year’s Hackathon, a 24-hour event where hundreds of student...
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The Spirit of 608 and Sustainable Fashion

By: Melissa Angell Lorraine Sanders, host of The Spirit of 608, hosted a DIY PR workshop at the TomTom Festival. Her podcast focuses on ethical...
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Nine Pillars Hip-Hop Festival

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Virginia’s Hard Cider Boom

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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...

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Batten School Hosts Talk with Student Loan Expert Beth Akers

The Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy hosted a talk on Wednesday with student loan expert Beth Akers. The senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute...

UVa Faculty Member Strives to Improve Local Democracy

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The BSA’s 5th Demand Calls for a Required Curriculum

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