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SAS Students Try Their Hand at Kung Fu

Swords were whipped through the air, feet were flying, and bodies were flipping. Everybody was Kung Fu fighting in Beijing on Thursday. As part of...

“Fortune Assists the Daring:” Cornell’s First Female President to Receive Distinguished Alumna Award

“Fortune assists the daring.” So goes the family motto of Elizabeth Garrett, Cornell University’s first female president and this year’s recipient of the Maxine Platzer...

Two Virginia Tech Students Charged with Murder of 13 Year Old

Two Virginia Tech students have been arrested for the murder of 13 year old Nicole Lovell from Blacksburg, Virginia, who disappeared from her home...

OPINION: Trump Can’t Get Out of his Own Way

The latest drama in the never ending soap opera that is the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump came and went this past Thursday with...

Student Activities Space to Open on the Corner

The Lloyd Building on the Corner, which was most recently the Student Bookstore, will soon be transformed into a space for student meetings, rehearsals,...

UVa Mourns Loss of Former Student Ceili Leahy

On January 27th, former UVa student Ceili Leahy passed away after a long fight with two forms of aggressive cancer. A member of the...

For Students, Ryokan Presents Authentic Japanese Experience

After a day packed with sightseeing, miles of walking, and chilling winds, most travelers would look forward to returning to a comfortable, plush hotel...

UVa Opens Office of Global Internships

UVa has created a new Office of Global Internships, geared towards providing opportunities for students to take part in internships abroad. The department aims to...

Surviving 11 Straight Days at Sea: Easier than it Seems

There’s no WiFi, no access to social media, and no cell service. Nothing but water for 11 days straight. This is the reality that...

UVa Student Detained in North Korea

On Friday morning, North Korea’s state-run media announced that University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier has been arrested for allegedly perpetrating an unspecified “hostile...

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What Twins Reveal About Humanity

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZnCseDWgbw Professor Erik Turkheimer discusses his research on twins and what they can tell us about the rest of humanity. Produced by Mia Gaulteri and Jamie...

Wrap Up: Lemon Kurds?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0h0KvADqgg This week on Wrap Up, Aaryan covers the Turkish invasion of Syria, the U.S. Military's ban on vaping, UVa construction, and Tony Bennett. Wait,...
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Offense Falls Flat, UVA Loses in Miami 17-9

https://youtu.be/gcMYp2egsjM The Cavalier offense failed to score a touchdown in Miami Friday night, despite making seven trips to the red zone, and the UVA defense...