Alia Sharif


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Old Cabell Hall sees roof repairs

Upon returning to the University this week, many students noticed new scaffolding in front of Old Cabell Hall and extending to the entrances of New Cabell.

Local group calls Route 29 changes unneeded

SMART29, a coalition of business owners and neighbors near the planned Route 29 tunnel under Rio Road, held a conference where they released a traffic study regarding the grade separate on the Route 29 Rio Road area.

Kluge discusses social entrepreneurship

On Thursday, the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy hosted a talk on social entrepreneurship presented by John Kluge. Kluge, a social entrepreneur with a focus on sanitation, is currently working in South Africa and Nigeria. Kluge said his mission, though important to him, is difficult and stressful.

Warner out-raises Gillespie in third quarter

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner raised $2 million in the third quarter of this year, bringing his total funds for the campaign to $8 million. Republican challenger Ed Gilespie raised $1.8 million in the third quarter.

Virginia Wesleyan College student files assault lawsuit

A former female student from Virginia Wesleyan College is filing a lawsuit against the College for allowing her sexual assailant to transfer to another university without having an expulsion on his record after being found guilty in a Title IX hearing.