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Los estudiantes y organizaciones Latinx escriben una carta abierta para llamar la atención sobre temas de apoyo institucional e inclusión en la U.Va. [Universidad de Virginia]

(10/16/18 7:54pm)

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Audience's Spidey sense will be tingling during ‘Venom’

(10/18/18 10:34pm)

Since Sony Pictures first set its release date, audiences have been eagerly anticipating the release of “Venom,” hoping it would provide the advantages of a film related to Spider-Man but not actually featuring him — mainly, not having to witness Uncle Ben’s death yet again. As the first official installment in Sony’s own Marvel Universe, “Venom” had big shoes to fill, but ultimately, it gets two “tongues” down for being more cluttered than creepy.


U.Va. Health System and Charlottesville community work together to raise breast cancer awareness

(10/27/18 6:25pm)

Originating more than 30 years ago as a joint effort between the American Cancer Society and a leading manufacturer of oncology drugs now known as AstraZeneca, National Breast Cancer Awareness month is every October. The U.Va. Health System is using this month to educate the public about the robust range of care options it provides for breast cancer patients —  highlighting its unique team approach to patient care and partnerships with businesses around Charlottesville to raise money for research.


The dedication of a former doodler: U.Va student self-publishes coloring book dedicated to different aspects of femininity

(10/18/18 1:14am)

A little more than two years ago, University student Uzo Njoku enrolled in an introductory drawing class while pursuing a major in Statistics. It was a life of success that her parents had in mind for their daughter, and while she did find the analytical work enjoyable, it was in that secretive drawing class that Njoku discovered an irresistible passion for creating works of art. 




Latinx students, organizations pen open letter calling attention to issues of institutional support and inclusion at U.Va.

(10/16/18 10:51am)

Latinx students and organizations published an open letter to the University community Monday — the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month — on behalf of Hispanic/Latinx students on Grounds, calling attention to issues of institutional support and inclusion at U.Va.






What you need to know about navigating the Charlottesville grocery store circuit

(10/17/18 3:23am)

This summer, tired of unsatisfying visits to dining halls, I decided to opt out of a meal plan altogether. I felt that I had enough cooking experience to take on feeding myself. What I wasn’t prepared for, however, was the vast variety of options for grocery shopping in Charlottesville. Some chains I was familiar with, but others I had never heard of. And what about the small local food stores in the area? After a few months of exploring and comparing grocery stores in the area, I have compiled this list of ratings on local stores.


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville to further pursue de-gentrification efforts within the City

(10/19/18 5:40am)

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville is currently in the process of pursuing de-gentrification in and around the Charlottesville metropolitan area, which includes surrounding Albemarle County as well as nearby Fluvanna, Greene and Nelson Counties. 




Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis offer political passions

(10/18/18 6:16am)

Hours before Leslie Cockburn’s C’Ville Stand Up and Vote rally at The Jefferson Theater last Sunday, the iconic Downtown Mall venue was bustling with the Fifth Congressional District candidate’s staff and volunteers. They were hard at work, transforming The Jefferson into a suitable space for the supporters who had already begun to form a line outside. These attendees’ buttons and shirts asserted support for Cockburn, but with a lineup as impressive as this event’s — boasting Cockburn’s daughter and actress Olivia Wilde, her fiancé and fellow actor Jason Sudeikis along with a host of figures both political and musical — C’Ville Stand Up and Vote felt more like a festival of culture than a partisan rally.


My friends are getting engaged — Is it time to download Tinder?

(10/16/18 2:11am)

Have I found The One yet? No. Not yet, not yet. If you see her reading on a bench or giving her bus seat to an elderly man, tap her on the shoulder and let her know I’m out here — J. P., the Single Pringle, the 100 percent-wholesome wheat bread, the full snack and a half. Let her know I’m out here walking.



Computer Science Department plans to change curriculum

(11/02/18 1:06am)

The Computer Science Undergraduate Curriculum Committee is considering curriculum changes to both the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees for computer science. During this current fall academic semester, the CS UGCC has initiated its first pilot program with the goal of full implementation by the fall of 2020.