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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....

James Franco Visit Cancelled

The President’s Speaker Series for Arts has been cancelled due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict. The April 17th event was supposed to feature prominent...

Supporters and Protesters Rally, Voice Opinions on Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee Statue

On Tuesday morning, Charlottesville Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy held a press conference in Lee Park asking City Council to remove a statue of Confederate...
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Meals on Wheels Kicks Off March for Meals

Meals on Wheels, a Charlottesville non-profit organization that delivers meals to senior citizens in need, is kicking off its month-long March for Meals Campaign....

UVa Professors Weigh In On Ankara Bombing

On Sunday, a suicide bomber in Turkey's capital, Ankara, killed 37 people and injured 125. The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons. a left-wing militant group based in...

North Korea Sentences Otto Warmbier to 15 Years Hard Labor

On Tuesday, North Korea’s highest court sentenced UVa Third Year Otto Warmbier to 15 years hard labor after he allegedly attempted to steal a...

James Franco to Headline President’s Speaker Series for the Arts

On April 17, renowned actor and producer James Franco will headline the third annual President’s Speaker Series for the Arts. He will join UVa’s...

What Donald Trump’s Success Says About the State of U.S. Party Politics

During the tail end of the last GOP Debate, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich were lobbed a softball question; “Would you support...

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As social distancing in NYC continues, nature returns to the city in the form...

Residents of New York City are staying indoors and tourists are staying away as the number of cases of COVID-19 increases rapidly in the...

Hoos Still On Grounds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIRTz9J1TnA&feature=youtu.be Because of COVID-19, most students at UVA have been sent home - but not all. Here's why some Hoos are staying on Grounds.

Coronavirus in Virginia Expected to Peak on May 28

The spread of coronavirus will likely peak in Virginia on May 28 — more than one month after the nation's overall peak on April...