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The Cavaliers closed out their 2017-18 season by reaching the NCAA Tournament — the team’s first appearance since 2010 — falling to No. 2-seeded South Carolina in the second round. This season, the team returns with a largely new coaching staff after the University named Tina Thompson, the first player drafted in WNBA history, as head coach.
This past August, the Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau, which promotes tourism and markets Charlottesville as a destination, launched its “Joined in Strength” campaign as an attempt to unite the City of Charlottesville in response to the anniversary of the white supremacist rallies of August 2017.
The Student Council, Honor Committee and University Board of Elections have proposed changes to their constitutions this year.
The white nationalist rallies of Aug. 11 and 12 continue to impact the University, student body and larger Charlottesville area. The Aug. 12 ‘Unite the Right’ rally resulted in numerous injuries and three deaths, including Charlottesville resident Heather Heyer. In response, community members held events of their own, including counter-protests like the March to Reclaim Our Grounds by student groups and candlelit vigils for all affected by the rally.