Women's soccer looks to remain undefeated Friday

Third-ranked Virginia women’s soccer hit the ground running this season, picking up right where the team left off last year. This weekend, the Cavaliers look to continue their strong play when they play host to Richmond in the second game of the team’s season-opening, three-game home stand.
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Albemarle Supervisors affirm "Route 29 Solutions"

The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors voted 5-1 to send a resolution to VDOT affirming the community’s backing of a plan known as Route 29 Solutions. The plan will improve the way traffic flows along one of the most congested areas of the busy north-west corridor.
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Women's soccer looks to remain undefeated Friday

Third-ranked Virginia women’s soccer hit the ground running this season, picking up right where the team left off last year. This weekend, the Cavaliers look to continue their strong play when they play host to Richmond in the second game of the team’s season-opening, three-game home stand.
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Virginia comes up just short against No. 7 UCLA

In a game defined by staunch defenses, the first-half benching of sophomore quarterback Grayson Lambert and the emergence of sophomore backup Matt Johns, Virginia showed it can play with the country’s best teams—but certainly not beat them if its offense is sloppy.
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LIFE

The making of a first year

What makes you a first-year is how you’re connected with 10,000 other young adults who, if not in the same boat, are at least in the same naval fleet.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Exploring the Virginia Film Festival

For almost three decades, the Virginia Film Festival has provided the Charlottesville area with the opportunity to appreciate film and learn about the artists and histories that inspired great works. As VFF enters its 27th year, it continues to expand its reach within the University and Charlottesville communities.
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OPINION

WHISNANT: A long time coming

Rather than being an isolated incident of poor policing or just a side-effect of giving cops ever more dangerous weapons, Michael Brown’s shooting can be traced to systemic changes in American life beginning half a century ago.
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OPINION

  • The wrong kind of mandate

    But some survivors simply are not ready to report. To juggle an emotional recovery along with a formal ...

  • FOGEL: Size does matter

    The Honor Code will likely become less effective as the number of students at the University rises.

  • ALJASSAR: The merits of GMOs

    Nothing is intrinsically virtuous about consuming food crops that are grown “naturally.”










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