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How Locals are Using SNAP Benefits at the Market this Saturday

The City Market is a local favorite, but only some are able to afford it. WUVA News's Sammi Rappaport looked into how the market is actively...
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Cavalier Connections 10/11/16

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Pancakes for Parkinson’s: ​13 Years of Flipping for a Cure

Saturday morning marks Pancakes for Parkinson’s 13th annual charity event on the South Lawn.  All of the money raised will fund the Michael J....

UVa Women’s Center Launches Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign

The Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center at UVa is holding events throughout October in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This week, the Women’s Center's...

UVA Professor Compares Black Lives Matter to the KKK

Many in the UVa community were shocked and disturbed to learn about comments made by Professor Douglass Muir last week on Facebook which likened...

Virginia’s First Ladies Rally for Clinton at UVa

Ann Holton, former first lady of Virginia and wife of vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, visited UVa Thursday night in the hopes of bringing...

OPINION: Professor Comparing Black Lives Matter to KKK Provides Opportunity for Dialogue

On October 4th, community outrage ensued over a Facebook comment made by Douglas Muir, an executive lecturer in the Engineering School and the Darden...

College Republicans Revoke Endorsement of Donald Trump

On October 8th, the UVa chapter of the College Republicans announced that they would be conducting a revote for their endorsement for Trump after...

Clown Craze Comes to UVa?

The morning of October 10, students reported seeing people dressed up in clown costumes and holding baseball bats. One such instance was reported to...
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UVa Faculty Call Second Presidential Debate “Unprecedented”

https://vimeo.com/186367621 UVa Media Studies Professor Doug Blackmon and Politics Professor Paul Freedman discuss the implications of Sunday night's presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and...

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Kessler gets approval for anniversary “Unite the Right” rally

The National Park Service has granted Jason Kessler, co-organizer of last year's deadly "Unite the Right" rally, initial approval to host a first-anniversary event...

HooPolls: What’s Overrated About UVA?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvQVabaLFMk On today's HooPoll, we asked you what parts of UVA aren't worth the hype. Check out!

Alum Martese Johnson Settles with Virginia ABC for $250K

Martese Johnson, a 2016 graduate of the University, has settled his lawsuit against the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) for $249,950. In March...