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Student group holds Ebola Awareness Week

Student group Action Against Ebola is hosting Ebola Awareness Week this week to raise funds for and student awareness of the outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
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A conversation with Kevin Spacey

The University welcomed world-renowned entertainer Kevin Spacey to John Paul Jones Arena Saturday, in the second installment of the President’s Speaker for the Arts series. The sold-out event was preceded by performances from University dance students and selections from the University Singers’, in celebration of the University’s revitalized commitment to enriching arts initiatives and programs across a variety of creative outlets.
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NEWS

Student groups raise awareness, acceptance for disabled people

Student Council, the Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures and the Disability Access Committee are sponsoring Disability Acceptance Week this week in an effort to increase acceptance of and foster discussion about disabilities within the University community.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

What Jameis Winston tells us about Virginia athletics

As a University student committed to the Honor Code and a longtime Cavalier sports fan who has seen her fair share of player dismissals, it seems odd to me that Winston would continue playing despite his troubled past and the new allegations against him.
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LIFE

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

Without a home

If having permanent housing will improve health, the homeless who are given apartments would be more likely to get back to work, and will eventually not need their rents subsidized.
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OPINION

  • Being clear about Clery

    Requiring colleges to report these different types of incidents rightly responds to statistics which ...

  • KELLY: Deriding Deep Throat

    The administration’s goal of defending national security through increased secrecy measures has ...

  • BERGER: A lose-lose situation

    Criminalizing this type of drug use could act as a deterrent for pregnant women who abuse illegal ...










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