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A rendering of the West2nd development on how it would have looked from the intersection of Water Street and 1st Street.
The Class of 2022 exceeded classes that matriculated before them in qualifications, including an increase in academic strength and students accepting offers from the University.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, housed in Madison Hall, works on several initiatives to increase diverse applicants to the University.
On Aug. 11 2017, white supremacists marched across Grounds chanting anti-Semitic slurs.
Ackerson's case was dismissed with prejudice on Aug. 24, according to court documents.
The long-term goal of UTS is to rename all bus routes with color-related names, for instance, the former Colonnade Shuttle is now the Purple Route.
The Alumni Association partners with Lifetime Learning to host More Than the Score and the lectures take place in Alumni Hall.
No one has told me that I can’t walk across a patch of grass. That doesn’t stop the guilt from hitting me, or from staring at someone else cutting corners when there’s a sidewalk right there.
Despite the jokes, we must pity the Stale Man, for the only thing keeping him from breaking out of his shell, is well… himself.
A land use map of the City of Charlottesville from the 2013 comprehensive plan showing the different areas of proposed development types in the City.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) passed away at the age of 81 on Aug. 25.
Student Council met on Tuesday to discuss Student Activity Fee funding and the Student Financial Services office.
President Jim Ryan addressing the Class of 2022 at convocation.
Figuring out where, when and what to eat is an integral part of your first week.
Several bars around the Corner did not have strong opinions on the policy, as they maintain that they have never encountered fake IDs ever in Charlottesville.