Wynn, Sullivan, others request same-sex partner benefits

Recent University alum Brendan Wynn, along with 75 other students, faculty and administrators, issued a letter Tuesday to Attorney General Mark Herring, encouraging the Commonwealth to extend same-sex partner benefits to public employees in Virginia. Virginia law currently does not permit state-provided health insurance benefits for same-sex domestic partners.
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Thanks for the memories, Virginia Baseball

So much more than John Norwood’s rocket home run off junior closer Nick Howard happened to Virginia baseball in 2014. The stunned feeling one felt after that play was powerful, but it cannot override the emotion many fans likely felt watching their team play this year: Cavalier pride.
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Midsummers Minute Pt. 2

After Ryan's recap of all the the Hoos now off to the pros, here's all you need to know about the professional sporting world more broadly.
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Midsummers Minute Pt. 1

To keep you briefed on all that's going on this summer, we're bringing you a new series that will condense, analyze and contextualized all the latest sports developments. Welcome to the first-ever Midsummers Minute. For this first week, we'll focus on Virginia athletes — or rather, those who have since turned in their jerseys to join professional teams.
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Cleveland Cavaliers take Joe Harris in NBA Draft

The Cleveland Cavaliers Thursday night chose Joe Harris with the 33rd pick of the 2014 NBA Draft. League commissioner Adam Silver announced the selection on-stage at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. The standout guard becomes the Virginia’s highest-picked player since Roger Mason, Jr., who went 31st overall to the Chicago Bulls in 2001.
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Wynn, Sullivan, others request same-sex partner benefits

Recent University alum Brendan Wynn, along with 75 other students, faculty and administrators, issued a letter Tuesday to Attorney General Mark Herring, encouraging the Commonwealth to extend same-sex partner benefits to public employees in Virginia. Virginia law currently does not permit state-provided health insurance benefits for same-sex domestic partners.
read more

Thanks for the memories, Virginia Baseball

So much more than John Norwood’s rocket home run off junior closer Nick Howard happened to Virginia baseball in 2014. The stunned feeling one felt after that play was powerful, but it cannot override the emotion many fans likely felt watching their team play this year: Cavalier pride.
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SPORTS

Thanks for the memories, Virginia Baseball

So much more than John Norwood’s rocket home run off junior closer Nick Howard happened to Virginia baseball in 2014. The stunned feeling one felt after that play was powerful, but it cannot override the emotion many fans likely felt watching their team play this year: Cavalier pride.
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LIFE

A biker’s guide to hitchhiking

“That is quite the bike girls” was the only warning my friends and I received before we departed on a bike ride through the Irish countryside to arrive at Mount Errigal — the highest peak in Ireland.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Fourteen songs for six summer occasions

Summer is a magical time. Regardless of our exam results, we all deserve to celebrate the season. And what better way to celebrate than with awesome music for our favorite cliché activities? *1) Driving around with your windows down (alone, like a badass)* Whether its driving to the beach or just on the way to work, we all have times when we want to roll the windows down and blast our music.
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OPINION

SPINKS: Worth every penny

If the choice is between asking large corporations to absorb a relatively small increase in wages or asking the federal government to go even further into debt by expanding social programs and attempting to support the large impoverished population, it seems the clear option is the former.
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OPINION

  • BERNSTEIN: Protect and serve

    Camera usage allows the possibility not only of protecting the accused from police brutality, but also ...

  • SPINKS: Worth every penny

    If the choice is between asking large corporations to absorb a relatively small increase in wages or ...

  • RUDGLEY: Finding the greener path

    There are four main reasons for the failure of the American government to address climate change — ...










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