University works to reduce suicide risk what CAPS director terms "all-out blitz"

In what Counseling and Psychological Services Director Tim Davis has termed an “all-out blitz,” the University has been aggressively working to reduce suicide risk and build prevention efforts following a difficult fall semester, involving both Counseling and Psychological Services and Madison House in the process.
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Virginia tops Tech on Senior Day, 69-57

The Cavaliers had just won their 27th game in 28 tries, matching the best start in Virginia history and clinching at least a share of their second consecutive ACC regular season title. 
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Lessons from man’s best friend

Last weekend at the Florida State men’s basketball game, the halftime show featured two dogs running around, catching frisbees and doing the occasional back flip. It sounds simple, but it was the best half time show I have seen to date.
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Recapping the 87th Academy Awards

The 87th Academy Awards Sunday evening brought an end to a contentious and controversial awards season, though the telecast itself was a mixed bag.
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​Standardize interrogation practices

Perhaps not every confession can be recorded, but the argument that this means police should not record interrogations is unpersuasive. If police are excessively forceful or brutal in their interrogation tactics, but no recording exists, a defendant’s claim that his confession was coerced or that he was subject to police brutality can’t be substantiated. In such a he-said, she-said scenario, a police officer — even if he did in fact coerce a confession — will appear much more believable than a potential criminal.
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