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Despite Nearby Terrorism, SAS Sails On to Ghana

A group of students on the MV World Odyssey sat in the dining room, hunched over their lunches and chattering casually. It was a pretty normal...

“Jackie” Ordered to Testify in Dean Eramo Defamation Suit

On Tuesday, a judge formally ruled that Jackie, the former UVa student at the center of the now-redacted Rolling Stone article “A Rape on...

Students Protest Removal of Books from Alderman Library

At the beginning of 2016, talks of future renovations sparked rumors about the potential for an off-Grounds storage facility for many of the books...

UVa Holds First Annual Out of The Darkness Walk

This past weekend, UVa held its first annual Out of the Darkness Walk on Grounds. The walk attracted over one hundred participants and raised...

ISA Holds Annual ‘India Day’

The Indian Student Association’s annual event, India Day, was this past Saturday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Performing Arts Center. ISA has held...

18th Annual Dance Marathon to Take Place on Saturday

This Saturday, April 2 UVA will host its annual Dance Marathon to benefit the UVA Children’s Hospital. Dance Marathon challenges members of the university community to stay...

North Carolina Passes Anti-LGBT Law

Last week, Republicans in the North Carolina state legislature overturned a Charlotte city ordinance that barred discrimination against LGBT people in creating transgender accommodation...

The Oldest Man on the MV World Odyssey Shows No Signs of Slowing Down

He looks out over the open water, takes the pack of cigarettes out of the front pocket of his Hawaiian-printed shirt, and pulls one...

Climate Action Society Hosts Renewable Energy Panel

The Climate Action Society (CAS) hosted a panel Wednesday night to discuss renewable energy. Speakers included Mechanical Engineering professor, Eric Loth, members from the...

Charlottesville Ten Miler Holds 41st Annual Race

On Saturday, the Charlottesville Ten Miler celebrated its 41st race.  Since its inception in 1976, the race has supported a different local nonprofit every year....

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Women in Politics, the American Presidency Discussed on Final Day of the Presidential Ideas...

https://youtu.be/lPJLOUQUaDI On the third and final day of the Presidential Ideas Festival, speakers including Susan Rice, Margaret Brennan, and Bill Clinton address the President's role...

Bill Clinton Concludes the 2019 Presidential Ideas Festival #PrezFest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoQ4lWxLGxY President Bill Clinton delivered the closing keynote address at the final event of the 2019 Presidential Ideas Festival. Produced by Kyra Min and K. Josiah...

Exclusive Interview with Margaret Brennan, Moderator of CBS News’ Face the Nation

https://youtu.be/_ylz0uPUVRY In this exclusive interview with WUVA, Margaret Brennan, moderator of CBS News' Face the Nation, details the difficulties associated with covering the Trump administration...