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Over the past year, in the face of abominable leadership at the national, local and institutional levels, a group of dedicated and courageous students stepped up and led the way.
T-Pain's performance was part of the University Programs Council's Welcome Week festivities.
Sophomore midfielder Joe Bell scored the game-winning goal for the Cavaliers Friday night.
Sophmore Henry Kessler has big shoes to fill at center back, but his offseason training has helped him grow into the role.
The Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, designed by several architecture firms, will sit east of Brooks Hall.
Members of U.Va. Students United at a demonstration on Aug. 11, 2018.
Student Council Legislative Affairs Chair Isaac Weintz (right) and University Democrats President Mary Alice Kukoski (center) facilitate volunteers outside Observatory Hill Dining Hall
Although tomatoes go great in many dishes, they only stay fresh for five to seven days.
Interim City Manager Mike Murphy will serve in his current position until City Council appoints a permanent City Manager sometime within the next six months.
Bryce Perkins will lead the Cavaliers' offense this season.
Former U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy was tasked with leading an independent review of how officials responded to the white supremacist events in Charlottesville in the summer of 2017. Pictured: Heaphy speaking at a press conference in December 2017.
Ingredients needed for this recipe include olive oil, garlic, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, pesto and salt and pepper.
Dean of Students Allen Groves is known for his high-fives.
A February 2017 rendering of the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers — one of the main initiatives of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University.
Zoodles are much lower in calories and carbs than traditional pasta.
Supporters of the "Save Foxfield Races" congregate outside Albemarle County Circuit Court.
At the City Council listening session, University Assoc. History Prof. John Mason said the law enforcement response to anti-racist demonstrations during the Unite the Right anniversary weekend was antagonistic and aggressive.
President Donald Trump's campaign against the press is grounded in an anti-democratic philosophy — and the free press stands directly in his way.