The Virginia men’s lacrosse team did not get the win it was hoping for Saturday night, but it did come closer to the performance that it has been aiming for. The Cavaliers (3-5, 0-2 ACC) fell against No. 2 Notre Dame at Arlotta Stadium in South Bend, Ind. in a back and forth contest that resulted in a heartbreaking overtime loss.
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- Sean Hood said:
I can't believe the C'ville CC even pretended to care about the 1st Amendment. If that permit is revoked they might as well haul down the American flag ...
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- William Glasheen said:
Harm to my brother is harm to me. Today I grieve. My thoughts and prayers go to the Warmbier family.
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The citizens of Virginia heavily subsidize the University. They have a right to influence the direction of the University. The value and quality of ...
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No, but congratulations on your intellectually dishonest apples vs. penguins comparison! I think your statement falls into the category of "the fallacy ...
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