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Board hears report on University response to sexual assault allegations

The Board of Visitors heard an oral report last week from O’Melveny and Myers, LLP on the status of their independent review of the University’s response to the 2012 sexual assault detailed in Rolling Stone. The firm is scheduled to release a final written report sometime in April.
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Center for Politics hosts Argentine Republic ambassador

The University Center for Politics hosted Ambassador of the Argentine Republic Cecilia Nahón Monday, with the Latin American Studies Program as part of the Center’s Global Perspectives on Democracy Program’s Ambassador Series. 
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Board hears report on University response to sexual assault allegations

The Board of Visitors heard an oral report last week from O’Melveny and Myers, LLP on the status of their independent review of the University’s response to the 2012 sexual assault detailed in Rolling Stone. The firm is scheduled to release a final written report sometime in April.
read more

Center for Politics hosts Argentine Republic ambassador

The University Center for Politics hosted Ambassador of the Argentine Republic Cecilia Nahón Monday, with the Latin American Studies Program as part of the Center’s Global Perspectives on Democracy Program’s Ambassador Series. 
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NEWS

Legislation proposes to remove ABC's law enforcement powers

The altercation between third-year College student Martese Johnson and Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control officers early Wednesday morning brought lawmakers’ attention back to legislation proposed by Senator Creigh Deeds to remove law-enforcing powers from the ABC.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Baseball survives late rally to defeat VCU, 5-3

The ninth-ranked Virginia baseball team dodged a late comeback bid to down Virginia Commonwealth University at the Diamond in Richmond. The Cavaliers rode a career night from freshman pitcher Derek Casey to their fifth straight win, 5-3.
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LIFE

Playing dress up

A few days ago, I knocked on my friend’s door in the middle of the afternoon to use her printer.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

OPINION

​ZHENG: A false accusation off-campus

I was accused of felony abduction with intent to defile and felony rape of my ex-girlfriend. At that moment, I faced the harrowing possibility of two life sentences for a crime I did not commit. Once in jail, I learned that, in conjunction with the criminal charges, I was also put on an interim suspension and faced charges through the University Judiciary Committee, even though the University had contact neither with the complainant — who has never been enrolled at U.Va. — nor the Fairfax County police.
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