University, Greek community members question Boys' Bid Night ban

University President Teresa Sullivan released a statement Thursday in response to the National Panhellenic Conference’s request that University chapters not participate in the 2015 Boy’s Bid Night, saying the University did not participate in making the decision.
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Weekend Previews: Jan. 30-Feb. 1

The Skinny on weekend competition for the Virginia indoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s basketball and wrestling teams. A full preview for men’s basketball is available online and in Thursday’s issue of The Cavalier Daily.
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Women’s basketball downs NC State, 71-63

After only attempting seven free throw attempts and missing four of them in its last game, the Virginia women’s basketball team practiced its foul shots minutes before Thursday night’s game against NC State—and it paid off.
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Virginia House bills seek constitutional convention

Both branches of the Virginia Legislature voted on resolutions on Tuesday calling for a constitutional convention and subsequent amendments to the United States Constitution. The resolutions seek to invoke Constitutional Article V, which states that amendments to the Constitution may be proposed if resolutions for a convention are passed by two-thirds of states.
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University, Greek community members question Boys' Bid Night ban

University President Teresa Sullivan released a statement Thursday in response to the National Panhellenic Conference’s request that University chapters not participate in the 2015 Boy’s Bid Night, saying the University did not participate in making the decision.
read more

Weekend Previews: Jan. 30-Feb. 1

The Skinny on weekend competition for the Virginia indoor track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s basketball and wrestling teams. A full preview for men’s basketball is available online and in Thursday’s issue of The Cavalier Daily.
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Men’s basketball falls to No. 4 Duke in GameDay nail-biter, 69-63

After a flurry of play-making at both ends of the floor in the final minutes of the Virginia’s men’s basketball team’s ESPN College GameDay clash with Duke Saturday night at sold-out John Paul Jones Arena, Blue Devils freshman guard Tyus Jones stepped up and delivered a dagger.
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LIFE

Stop building me up, buttercup

One evening at the end of summer, my three best friends and I were parked in our usual spot outside the ice cream parlor, listening to the final notes of “Build Me Up Buttercup” fade into an uncomfortable silence.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

The mess that is “Mortdecai”

“Mortdecai” is a lousy film, riddled by a weak and linear plot. The plot brings the audience to some attractive destinations — England, Hong Kong, Russia, and the United States — but the locales are wasted on the film’s lackluster premise and execution.The film’s protagonist — played by the ever-quirky Johnny Depp — is Charlie Mortdecai, an art-dealing English aristocrat who finds himself saddled with 8 million pounds of debt.
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OPINION

Moving forward

There is no easy solution. This will not be solved overnight. Yet, if we come together, we can improve our community’s treatment and awareness of this issue.
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OPINION

  • ​The end of the road

    We have done our best to fulfill our responsibilities as your newspaper — to be your resource ...

  • FOGEL: Unequal treatment

    In order to effectively combat suicide and mental illness, the University as well as CAPS must reach ...

  • WAN: To credit, or not to credit

    While the grading system is admittedly a strong incentive for students to achieve academic excellence, ...









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