Elizabeth Cornick


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Students foster, adopt pets with SPCA

After moving out of University dorms or other housing arrangements, some students choose to either foster or adopt pets in their apartments and houses.

Corks & Curls remembers the year

Corks & Curls, the University yearbook, was founded in 1888 and consisted of a staff composed of one brother from each fraternity.

Chalk murals inspire school spirit

If you have ever walked past Minor Hall before a home football game, you have probably noticed the chalk masterpieces created by fourth-year College student Cindy Song, depicting that weekend’s football face-off.

Chalk murals inspire school spirit

If you have ever walked past Minor Hall before a home football game, you have probably noticed the chalk masterpieces created by fourth-year College Student Cindy Song, depicting that weekend’s football face-off.

St. Maarten Cafe closes its doors

Since 1985 St. Maarten Cafe has served Charlottesville locals and University students alike, but its long stint on the Corner will have to come to a close this Monday, October 31, 2016.

BSA holds "College Day"

The Black Student Alliance hosted “College Day” on Friday, October 14 with local Charlottesville high school students.

Life living far from Grounds

As lease-signing season is upon us, many students get a taste of one of the most important rite of passages of adulthood.

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