University alumni sue Rolling Stone, Erdely

Three University alumni filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Rolling Stone magazine, Sabrina Rubin Erdely and Wenner Media for defamation and negligence and are asking for $75,000 each in damages.
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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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University alumni sue Rolling Stone, Erdely

Three University alumni filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Rolling Stone magazine, Sabrina Rubin Erdely and Wenner Media for defamation and negligence and are asking for $75,000 each in damages.
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NEWS

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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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

​Former Memphis PF Nichols transfers to Virginia

The Virginia men’s basketball team was expected to face a year of rebuilding after the 2015-16 season. After all, key cogs such as guard Malcolm Brogdon, forwards Anthony Gill and Evan Nolte and center Mike Tobey will all be seniors this year.
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LIFE

Workplace envy

Yesterday, while in the middle of a frustrated rant about much I disliked a coworker, I realized I had absolutely no reason to hate her.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

“Magic Mike XXL” learns to embrace levity

People generally go see strippers for one reason: to watch them strip. People go see movies about strippers for a slightly more varied set of reasons — perhaps for the cast, perhaps for a little narrative context to go with their chiseled abs — but for the most part, they want stripping.
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OPINION

​ZIFF: Snapchat as a small step toward cultural understanding

The Live Story feature contributes to the changing relationship between the individual and the hyperconnected world, wherein our immediate circle of contacts, and by extension our awareness of the lives and situation of others, has exponentially expanded due to the ubiquity of the internet. Snapchat’s Live Story is the ultimate manifestation of an ersatz citizen journalism, democratizing “reportage” — brief and banal as it may be — such that we can now see various places and cultures around the world with jarring authenticity.
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