​Men’s basketball slams Georgia Tech, 57-28

The Virginia men’s basketball team stung Georgia Tech, 57-28, Thursday night at John Paul Jones Arena. The No. 2 Cavaliers (18-0, 6-0 ACC) kept the Yellow Jackets (9-9, 0-6 ACC) to 12 second-half points while holding an opponent to less than 30 overall for the third time this year.
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Weekend Previews, Jan. 23-25

With a loss to Miami Wednesday night, Virginia fell to 0-3 on the road against ACC opponents, but the team hopes to bounce back against Georgia Tech at home, where the Cavaliers are 10-1 this season.
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Global Internships seeks to place students in internships abroad

University Career Services has launched a new resource for students looking to intern abroad. Global Internships will utilize alumni, partner organizations and employers to provide students with internship opportunities during a semester or summer.Majida Bargach, formerly the director for the Center for Global Inquiry and Innovation, will direct the new program.
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Gov. McAuliffe's task force recommends six drug abuse bills

Governor Terry McAuliffe issued a press release Wednesday unveiling recommendations for six pieces of legislation to address the laws surrounding opiate and heroin abuse.The Task Force on Prescription Drug and Heroin Abuse drafted the legislation, which will be proposed in the Virginia General Assembly 2015 session.
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​Men’s basketball slams Georgia Tech, 57-28

The Virginia men’s basketball team stung Georgia Tech, 57-28, Thursday night at John Paul Jones Arena. The No. 2 Cavaliers (18-0, 6-0 ACC) kept the Yellow Jackets (9-9, 0-6 ACC) to 12 second-half points while holding an opponent to less than 30 overall for the third time this year.
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Weekend Previews, Jan. 23-25

With a loss to Miami Wednesday night, Virginia fell to 0-3 on the road against ACC opponents, but the team hopes to bounce back against Georgia Tech at home, where the Cavaliers are 10-1 this season.
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NEWS

OpenGrounds hosts first student entrepreneur mixer, more to follow

OpenGrounds hosted the first IDEAmixer to offer students and graduates a chance to pitch their innovative ideas to fellow students and community members.Batten graduate student Ilgiz Saubanov, a marketing intern at OpenGrounds, organized and promoted the event. Saubanov said the goal of the mixer was to create a more collaborative space for development.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Weekend Previews, Jan. 23-25

With a loss to Miami Wednesday night, Virginia fell to 0-3 on the road against ACC opponents, but the team hopes to bounce back against Georgia Tech at home, where the Cavaliers are 10-1 this season.
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LIFE

Ups and downs — but mostly ups

While college is full of ups and downs, our community has experienced the worst down — eternal goodbye — far too often this past year.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

“Archer” aims high in season 6

In season five, “Archer” veered away from its tried and true formula of portraying the exploits of a bumbling spy agency made up of mad scientists, chronic alcoholics and sex maniacs, shutting down the agency in the pilot episode.
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OPINION

Moving forward

There is no easy solution. This will not be solved overnight. Yet, if we come together, we can improve our community’s treatment and awareness of this issue.
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OPINION

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  • KHAN: Leave the lecture hall

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