A look back at the Morgan Harrington case

Virginia State Police released a statement Monday confirming a forensic link between second-year College student Hannah Graham’s recent disappearance and Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington’s death in 2009.
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College Council approves sidewalk project for front of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity

College Council approved funding Tuesday to pave and redesign the pathway in front of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity house overlooking Mad Bowl. Proponents of the sidewalk argued that the current pathway was unsafe to walk on, especially at night when many intoxicated students use the path to cross from Madison Avenue to Rugby Road, and during inclement weather during which the path becomes muddy and slippery.
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Cavaliers face Pittsburgh in ACC clash

This Saturday evening, when the Virginia football team (3-2, 1-0 ACC) takes on Pittsburgh (3-2, 1-0 ACC), Scott Stadium will be the place to be. Following a third-quarter coast to victory over non-conference opponent Kent State, Virginia recognizes that a win Saturday versus an ACC coastal division foe would be an even bigger step in the right direction.
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American Planning Association recognizes the Lawn as Great Public Space

The American Planning Association has included the Lawn in its annual listing of Great Places in America, a distinction based on its cultural, historical and local significance.Three categories of great American places are enumerated, including Great Streets, Neighborhoods and Public Spaces.
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A look back at the Morgan Harrington case

Virginia State Police released a statement Monday confirming a forensic link between second-year College student Hannah Graham’s recent disappearance and Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington’s death in 2009.
read more

College Council approves sidewalk project for front of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity

College Council approved funding Tuesday to pave and redesign the pathway in front of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity house overlooking Mad Bowl. Proponents of the sidewalk argued that the current pathway was unsafe to walk on, especially at night when many intoxicated students use the path to cross from Madison Avenue to Rugby Road, and during inclement weather during which the path becomes muddy and slippery.
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Right motives, wrong proposal

The problem with the proposed system is that compensation would most likely have to be reported as income for the athletes on either the W-2 or Form 1099 as misc. income.
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LIFE

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Tom Tom Fall Festival fosters intimate, enriching experience for patrons

As University students and community members headed downtown to the Tom Tom Founders Festival event Friday night, the streets buzzed with chatter as the fall block party amassed a couple hundred participants to celebrate art and innovation in the Charlottesville community.From families to young adults, students to dogs, a large cross-section of interested parties came out to the McGuffey Art Center, blocking off 2nd Street for the celebration.
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OPINION

Finding the good

We are not going to see incidents of gender-based violence disappear overnight. We must remember that tangible change will take time.
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OPINION

  • Methods and material

    Delaware State University associate professor Cyril Broderick has recently come under fire for an ...

  • WHISNANT: Duplicitous politics

    In recent years, neoliberal ideology has increasingly revealed its limits while illustrating the ...

  • HORNE: Just a gift

    In modern society, men do not pay for dates because the woman cannot. Men pay for dates as an act ...










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