UVa Students Flocked to Polls, Millennial Turnout Remains Low

Last Tuesday's Gubernatorial Election, which ended in a victory for Democratic candidate Ralph Northam, had students flocking to the polls. Despite the cold and...

Virginia Film Festival Celebrates 30 Years

This past weekend, UVa’s College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences sponsored the 30th Annual Virginia Film Festival (VFF.) The festival brings together...

Historical Vote Shakes Up Charlottesville City Council

The first Election Day in Virginia after the 2016 Presidential Election was an undoubtable victory for the Democratic party across state and local legislatures...

Project Peanut Butter to Put on Innovative 5K This Saturday

This Saturday, UVa’s chapter of Project Peanut Butter will host a five-kilometer race... with a twist. To raise money for the group's efforts in combating...
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Sheetz on the Corner

https://youtu.be/y5RN-raqYbk Sheetz opened up a sandwich shop on the Corner earlier this year, deviating from their usual gas station model. This cafe location is a...
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Muslim Students React to Anti-Muslim Rhetoric

https://youtu.be/3ut6uCkEopI   Muslims are frustrated with the growing public perception that all Muslims are terrorists. In the wake of Islamophobic events on Grounds, Yahya Abou-Ghazala covers...
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Black Greek Life at UVa

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61iaK9R_5Z4&feature=youtu.be Reporter Jade Baker takes a closer look at the differences between the Inter-Fraternity Council and National Pan-Hellenic Council resources and social life at UVa.

UVa Alum Tells of Beating Alcoholism, Becoming Ivy League Professor

From Alcoholic at 18 to Lawnie to Professor: A Recovery Journey The Maxine Lynn Platzer Women’s Center and the Gordie Center for Substance Abuse...

Students Talk Recent Crime Hike: “It Makes Me Sad to Think that Nowhere is...

There has been a recent increase in criminal activity, pertaining mostly to the harassment of young women, at UVa and the surrounding Charlottesville area....
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Professor Lawrie Balfour Speaks on Martin Luther King, Race Reparations

On Friday, the University Collective on Power, Violence & Equality (PVI) hosted a public lecture titled "Where Do We Go From Here? Martin Luther King,...

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Living Two Lives – Women’s Volleyball and Sorority Sisters

We talked to Haley Fauntleroy and Kelsey Miller to learn about how they manage to juggle their busy lives as players on Women's Volleyball...

Professors Are People Too: Episode 6 – Adelaide King

via: The University of Virginia Each week on Professors Are People Too we ask a professor to tell us a story. This week Associate Professor of Commerce...
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Documentary: Catch the King Breaks Tide-Mapping Records

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hgbGj5CghA&feature=youtu.be On November 5th, over 750 volunteers covered the Hampton Roads, Virginia area to collect high tide data. Dave Mayfield of the Virginian-Pilot says a...

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