Katherine Raichlen


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Holocaust survivors share stories

Herbert Finder has visited the University four times in the past 10 years to speak to students in the introductory course "The Holocaust" about his experience as a teenager in the Nazi camp system.

Volleyball hires Dennis Hohenshell

Dennis Hohenshelt will replace Lee Maes as head coach of the Virginia volleyball team, Athletic Director Craig Littlepage announced yesterday.

Houck concedes race

State Sen. Edd Houck, D-Spotslvania, conceded defeat yesterday in the race against Republican Bryce Reeves for the 17th district in the state Senate, according to numerous reports. Reeves declared victory early Wednesday night by a margin of 86 votes out of about 45,000 cast, entitling Houck to a recount.

Defense gains access to Love

[caption id="attachment_47930" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="George Huguely's defense attorneys submitted printouts of 744 print and visual stories from local and regional media into evidence yesterday.

A shocking decision

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Supreme Court Justice Scalia visits Law School

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Cavalier Daily staff meets to elect publication

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Study finds new truth about Gingko

An eight-year series of trials conducted nationwide by a team that included University researchers has debunked the popular belief that ginkgo biloba can prevent dementia or improve cognitive function in older adults. Ginkgo biloba is a flavanoid, an anti-oxidant substance that has anti-inflammatory properties, said Lewis Kuller, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh who helped conduct the trial.