Major Rotunda renovations underway

The massive restoration project for Thomas Jefferson’s historic Rotunda continues as students and professors return for the fall semester. The beloved University landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site has been fenced off since the conclusion of Final Exercises in May, making way for heavy duty construction equipment and teams of workers.
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Everything you need to know about the new bike share

The University announced the launch of a new bike share program called UBike this summer — a program which aims to give members of the University community an inexpensive, efficient and environmentally friendly transportation option for traveling around Grounds. The program is set to go live within the first two months of school.
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Midsummers Minute Pt. 4

With the great success of our athletics department last year — in the Directors’ Cup standings, which ranks Division I schools by their top-10 finishes in both men’s and women’s sports, Virginia finished fourth — it’s hard not be excited about what the 2014-15 year holds.
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Major Rotunda renovations underway

The massive restoration project for Thomas Jefferson’s historic Rotunda continues as students and professors return for the fall semester. The beloved University landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site has been fenced off since the conclusion of Final Exercises in May, making way for heavy duty construction equipment and teams of workers.
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Women's soccer ready for national title run

The leaves are changing, the students are returning, and the corner is draped in Cavalier orange and blue. Though many things change from year to year, one thing has stayed the same for Cavalier fans: a continuously successful women’s soccer team.
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LIFE

Hypnotist Tom DeLuca — a University tradition

First-years are bombarded with a barrage of monotonous welcome packets, information sessions and orientation activities once they arrive on Grounds. But one event during move-in weekend is not like the other: Tom DeLuca’s hypnotist show.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Exploring the Virginia Film Festival

For almost three decades, the Virginia Film Festival has provided the Charlottesville area with the opportunity to appreciate film and learn about the artists and histories that inspired great works. As VFF enters its 27th year, it continues to expand its reach within the University and Charlottesville communities.
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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

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    Rather than being an isolated incident of poor policing or just a side-effect of giving cops ever more ...

  • SPINKS: Better representation

    Having a more diverse faculty can “spread the wealth” in terms of academic opportunities. Currently, ...










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