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Op-Ed: Kevin Durant Decision Within Player’s Rights

Yesterday, Kevin Durant chose to leave his home of the last nine years,Oklahoma City, a Western Conference Finalist, and sign with the Golden State...

Preview: Can Iceland’s Cinderella Run Continue against France?

On Sunday, within the confines of the Stade de France, one country’s dreams for football immortality will remain steadfast, while another’s will fade absolutely....

OPINION: MLB All-Star Voting, Something’s Gotta Give

Vote early. Vote often. Every year, Major League Baseball berates its fans with advertisements encouraging them to select the All-Star game starters, seemingly starting earlier...

UVA’s Leah Smith Is Headed To Rio

Rising fourth year Leah Smith has qualified for the 2016 Olympics in Rio after placing second behind world record holder Katie Ledecky in the...

UVA Athletics’ New Coaching Hires

The University of Virginia athletics program has been busy this month welcoming in two new head coaches. On June 10, Craig Littlepage, UVA Athletic Director,...

UEFA Euro 2016 Update

Monday, June 20, 2016 The 2016 UEFA European Championship has been underway for ten days now. The tournament has been low-scoring and slow...

LeBron James’ Top 5 Postseason Performances

LeBron James is one of the most polarizing players in NBA history; a flat-out winner who still receives confounding levels of criticism despite having...

Another Championship for The ‘Burgh: Lord Stanley’s Cup

Inside the SAP Center in Pittsburgh, gloves and sticks went flying on the ice promptly at 10:47 p.m. EDT Sunday night as the Stanley...

MLB Round Up: The National League

Mariel Messier ​The Major League is officially into its third month of the season, so it’s time to take a look at the leaders of...

The New Kids on Grounds

Although it is the middle of June, and the Virginia Cavaliers are a long way away from tip-off in November, it’s time to start...

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Unite the Right Rally

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...