Being Phi Psi: fraternity looks forward

For many students, the Rolling Stone saga began Wednesday, Nov. 19. The article, posted online that morning, prompted a series of protests and meetings, before being thrown under strict scrutiny after a host of discrepancies came to light in December.
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University Professor urges Rolling Stone lawsuit

Law School Prof. Robert F. Turner and his son Thomas Turner, a third-year Batten School student, released an article last month in the Richmond Times Dispatch titled, “It’s time for a U.Va. apology.” In it, they argue Rolling Stone inappropriately handled its investigative report of University Greek Life and an alleged sexual assault described in the November article, “A Rape on Campus.”
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Student Council, City Council launch student liaison partnership

The Charlottesville City Council unanimously passed a plan last week to establish a University student liaison to the city council.This liaison will act as a link between the University and the City, providing a way for both parties to easily communicate questions and concerns.
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Cavaliers top upset-minded Hokies in Blacksburg, 50-47

The Virginia men’s basketball team survived a major scare against in-state and conference rival Virginia Tech Sunday afternoon at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg. Trailing 43-33 with less than 11 minutes to play, the No. 2 Cavaliers reeled off a game-ending 17-4 run to deal the Hokies their seventh straight defeat by a final score of 50-47.
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Being Phi Psi: fraternity looks forward

For many students, the Rolling Stone saga began Wednesday, Nov. 19. The article, posted online that morning, prompted a series of protests and meetings, before being thrown under strict scrutiny after a host of discrepancies came to light in December.
read more

University Professor urges Rolling Stone lawsuit

Law School Prof. Robert F. Turner and his son Thomas Turner, a third-year Batten School student, released an article last month in the Richmond Times Dispatch titled, “It’s time for a U.Va. apology.” In it, they argue Rolling Stone inappropriately handled its investigative report of University Greek Life and an alleged sexual assault described in the November article, “A Rape on Campus.”
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

LIFE

Swimming for Cam

When second-year College student Shannon Rauth joined the Women’s Swimming and Diving team, she introduced her teammates to the story of Cameron Evans – a family friend who battled with leukemia for seven months before passing away in 2012.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

The mess that is “Mortdecai”

“Mortdecai” is a lousy film, riddled by a weak and linear plot. The plot brings the audience to some attractive destinations — England, Hong Kong, Russia, and the United States — but the locales are wasted on the film’s lackluster premise and execution.The film’s protagonist — played by the ever-quirky Johnny Depp — is Charlie Mortdecai, an art-dealing English aristocrat who finds himself saddled with 8 million pounds of debt.
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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

  • MENNINGER: Dangerous double-standard

    Instead of adopting this dangerous double standard, the NFL must resolidify its brand. It must either ...

  • ​A sense of community

    A four-year degree from a community college is a low-cost option for those interested in fields which ...

  • BERNSTEIN: Give what is due

    If the University does owe fraternal organizations due process, this would only apply if the University ...









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