Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam meets with University students

Commonwealth Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam held a meeting with student leaders Wednesday to discuss problems on Grounds which included sexual assault, the recent violent arrest by ABC officers, the state drinking age and the new affordable excellence model.
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Student Council, Office of the Architect plan memorial garden reconstruction

The Student Council Arboretum and Landscape Committee and the Office of the Architect Buildings and Grounds Committee announced plans to reconstruct the Student Memorial Garden between the Special Collections Library, Newcomb Hall and Clemons Library in order to fulfill the needs of the University community in times of grief and mourning.
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Sullivan appointed to American Academy of Arts

University President Teresa Sullivan was appointed to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Wednesday, a prestigious honor society and leading center for independent policy research.
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Tom Tom Founders Festival concludes most successful year to date

The 2015 Tom Tom Founders Festival concluded Sunday after a week of music, art and innovation. This year’s fourth annual festival was the most successful to date, hosting 30 events in nearly 60 locations April 13-19. A total of 26,230 people attended, a 58 percent increase from last year despite the rainy forecast. James Cunningham, the production coordinator of the festival, called the turnout “spectacular.”
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Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam meets with University students

Commonwealth Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam held a meeting with student leaders Wednesday to discuss problems on Grounds which included sexual assault, the recent violent arrest by ABC officers, the state drinking age and the new affordable excellence model.
read more

Student Council, Office of the Architect plan memorial garden reconstruction

The Student Council Arboretum and Landscape Committee and the Office of the Architect Buildings and Grounds Committee announced plans to reconstruct the Student Memorial Garden between the Special Collections Library, Newcomb Hall and Clemons Library in order to fulfill the needs of the University community in times of grief and mourning.
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NEWS

Student Council discusses BSA's recommendations, finals week

Student Council held its last meeting of the year Tuesday to address announcements from committee chairs, student concerns and Black Student Alliance’s report on the institution of more inclusiveness throughout the University.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Weekend Previews: April 24-26

The Skinny on weekend action for Virginia’s baseball, track and field, women’s tennis, softball, men’s golf and men’s tennis teams
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LIFE

Missing “Justified”

Last week, “Justified” came to a glorious conclusion — a fact I was sadly reminded of when my 9:57 p.m.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Hoos in the Stairwell steps it up

Virginia’s all-female musical theatre a cappella group Hoos in the Stairwell — also referred to as the Hoosits — will perform their spring concert, “Our Time” Tuesday, April 28.
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OPINION

​RUDGLEY: Clinton should move a little left

There is cause for hope among progressives as they look to 2016. It is very possible that if Clinton’s competitors for the nomination all level concerted, persistent policy criticisms her way then she could be forced to adopt a more liberal, populist platform in several key areas. Clinton’s challengers can successfully push her to the left if they focus on issues that play well with the Democratic base, like income inequality, a cautious foreign policy and climate change.
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