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From the archives: a look back through U.Va. history

This year, The Cavalier Daily turns 125 years old. To mark the occasion, and in recognition of the many alumni coming back to Grounds for Homecomings this weekend, we’ve compiled a selection of articles from The Cavalier Daily archives. The articles are presented as they were originally written, with the author, headline and accompanying photo presented when available.
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Homecomings Board brings hoos home

While students don gameday buttons, smile at alumni, eat pancakes on the Lawn and cheer on the Hoos each year during Homecomings, a student organization is hard at work behind the scenes coordinating the weeklong activities: the official University of Virginia Homecomings Board.
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​Court ruling may impact scholarly use of copyrighted works

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit revoked the quantitative benchmarks previously used in determining what constitutes “fair use” of copyright material Friday — a decision which could have implications down the road for colleges and universities and their use of electronic resources.
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From the archives: a look back through U.Va. history

This year, The Cavalier Daily turns 125 years old. To mark the occasion, and in recognition of the many alumni coming back to Grounds for Homecomings this weekend, we’ve compiled a selection of articles from The Cavalier Daily archives. The articles are presented as they were originally written, with the author, headline and accompanying photo presented when available.
read more

Homecomings Board brings hoos home

While students don gameday buttons, smile at alumni, eat pancakes on the Lawn and cheer on the Hoos each year during Homecomings, a student organization is hard at work behind the scenes coordinating the weeklong activities: the official University of Virginia Homecomings Board.
read more

NEWS

Student IDs permissible for voting, registrar says

University students will be able to use their student ID cards in the upcoming November midterm elections, a fact which Student Council Legislative Affairs Committee co-chair Zach Cohen said minimizes the impact of the state's new voter identification laws, which critics say will disproportionately affect minority and low-income voters.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Cavaliers host UNC in homecoming weekend game

The year was 1892. Ellis Island had newly opened as an immigration center, and the first public basketball game had been played in Springfield, Massachusetts. American football, meanwhile, was already well-established.
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LIFE

Challenging the phrase “boys suck”

I’ve said “boys suck” more times than I can count. Whether trying to ease the situation of a friend or making myself feel better, sighing and moaning the phrase always seems to do the trick.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Spectrum Theatre gets “Closer” to the edge

Spectrum Theatre is making waves in the University's theatrical community. This fall, Spectrum has chosen to produce a minimalist, modest play titled “Closer” by Patrick Marber.Described by its director as a show about “portraying sex in our modern world,” Spectrum’s production quietly seethes and churns with intense raw performances and a graphic, sexually explicit script.
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OPINION

A college’s transition

But it is becoming increasingly clear that restricting the definition of “woman” is a discriminatory practice, and it is not worth uplifting one minority group if another is oppressed in the process.
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OPINION

  • In need of SAVE-ing

    Taking away anonymous advertising opportunities will make it more difficult for them to run their ...

  • EDEL: Against Adderall

    Another’s use of Adderall doesn’t make me worse at math or biology, but another’s use of Adderall ...

  • RUSSO: Honorable eats

    Perhaps more importantly, it will serve as a reminder that the honor system exists to benefit the ...










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