Remembering Quentin Alcorn

Rising fourth-year Engineering student Quentin Alcorn passed away June 15. In this time of grief, the University community fondly remember his contributions to the University and Charlottesville and what he meant to friends and family.
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Dean of Continuing and Professional Studies school to retire

Billy K. Cannaday Jr. announced that he will retire from his position as dean of the University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies and vice provost for academic outreach on Sept. 1 after almost seven years in the office.
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Defense seeks recusal of judge in Jesse Matthew case

Virginia Capital Defender Douglas Ramseur and Charlottesville attorney Michael Hemenway filed a motion Tuesday formally requesting that Judge Cheryl Higgins formally recuse herself from the trial of Jesse Matthew.
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Serving the state as cultural ambassadors

This year, a record number of 14 students from the University received scholarships from the Fulbright Student Program, an organization run by the Department of State.
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​The South’s Oldest (and Oft Forgotten) Rivalry

Now, I love beating the Hokies just as much as the next person, but in my four years at the University I’ve noticed that, to most students, Virginia Tech seems to be our only rival. What I want to know is: why not UNC?
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Parental rules

During your first year of college, you receive a lot of advice — whether it is asked for or not.
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​ALJASSAR: Opt-out organ donation saves lives

There currently exists a disjuncture between the proportion of Americans who are willing to donate their organs and those who actively register to become organ donors. Many polls and surveys demonstrate that the majority of Americans would be willing to donate their organs upon death, yet only about 45 percent of American adults are registered donors.
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