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Virginia Film Festival combines local documentaries, big-name features

(11/01/18 12:26am)

Now in its 31st year, the Virginia Film Festival offers an excellent opportunity for students to interact with the community beyond Grounds, whether by venturing to a theater in a new part of town or joining film discussions with students, faculty and locals. This year in particular offers several documentaries surrounding race, politics, life as a refugee and personal stories which seek to unify Charlottesville. 

The guide to your best cup of tea

(10/31/18 1:46am)

As the leaves begin to change and the temperature starts to drop, there's nothing like a warm drink to sip on the way to class. Coffee is great but expensive, and too much of it can give you the jitters. A great substitute that is cost-effective, delicious and low-calorie is tea. I’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to your perfect cup of tea and included a few of my favorite types and suggestions.

UPD chief defends law enforcement response to Aug. 11 and 12 anniversary at UJC meeting

(10/30/18 3:59am)

During the University Judiciary Committee general body meeting Sunday night, University Police Department Chief Tommye Sutton defended the strong law enforcement presence during this year’s anniversary weekend marking one year since the white supremacist rallies of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017. Sutton said that law enforcement’s previous failure to prevent violence at the 2017 rallies was paramount to this year’s preparations in terms of reducing conflict among demonstrators. 

Honor ’s Contributory Health Impairment reforms take effect, but still await University Counsel approval

(10/30/18 3:22am)

The recent changes to the Honor Committee’s bylaws and procedures concerning the Contributory Health Impairment process went into effect Monday, with the Office of the University Counsel still yet to officially approve of the changes.

No. 11 women’s soccer advances to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament

(10/30/18 2:31am)

The No. 11 Virginia women’s soccer team took care of business this past Sunday by defeating Louisville by a score of 2-1 to advance to the semifinals of the ACC Tournament. Despite an early goal by the Cardinals (12-6), the Cavaliers (15-3) rebounded and showed tremendous resolve to come from behind and finish the match on top. 

'Wellness Week' event addresses history of sexual assault, misconduct at U.Va.

(10/29/18 5:22am)

In an event at Old Cabell Hall Sunday afternoon, students and community members discussed the history and repercussions of sexual assault at the University. Entitled “Rolling Stone Wasn’t the Beginning: A History of Sexual Violence at UVA,” the event was the capstone presentation concluding this year’s “Wellness Week” — a week of dialogue at the University centered around student wellbeing and health, including discussion around sexual assault awareness. 

How I would re-do college

(10/30/18 2:38am)

If you could rewind Father Time’s clock to move-in day your first year and re-do college, would you? Personally, I would pass. I don’t have any hefty regrets to prevent or could-have-beens that I wake up wondering about every day. I am trying to live my fourth year a bit differently though, and I wonder how much I would’ve accomplished if I somehow retroactively applied my new habits to the John of younger days.

‘Nuestra Universidad Para Dar Forma’: los estudiantes latinx publican una propuesta para la administración de la U.Va. [Universidad de Virginia]

(10/28/18 9:38pm)

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