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Board of Visitors meeting to cover tuition increases, developing research opportunities

(12/05/18 4:36am)

The Board of Visitors will convene Wednesday for its December meeting, which is scheduled to run through Friday. The Board will discuss approving increases in tuition rates and fees, establishing professorships and approving funding for new buildings and renovations for the inpatient rehabilitation hospital at the University’s Fontaine Research Park.  


Ryan expresses support for tuition increases as students plan protest

(12/06/18 9:24pm)

Ahead of a hearing on an approximately three percent tuition hike at the Board of Visitors later this week, University President Jim Ryan told The Cavalier Daily Tuesday he supports increasing U.Va. tuition for third- and fourth-year students to offset costs, though he said he hopes this hike is “the last significant bump that you see.”



HIRSCHFELD: The Board of Visitors ought to listen to students before raising tuition, again

(12/06/18 5:06am)

This Friday, the U.Va. Board of Visitors will likely vote to raise tuition and fee rates by a proposed range of 2 to 3.5 percent. Considering that the University’s tuition and fee rates have already increased 78 percent in the past decade, the Board of Visitors owes students a better explanation on why they are considering raising tuition, yet again.



Prof. Sally Hudson challenges David Toscano for House of Delegates seat

(12/05/18 3:01am)

Sally Hudson, an assistant professor of public policy, education and economics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, announced her Democratic candidacy Tuesday evening on Twitter for Charlottesville’s seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, challenging in a primary Democratic incumbent Del. David Toscano. 


Police Advisory Board outlines vision in first meeting

(12/05/18 3:52am)

The Police Advisory Board held its first meeting Nov. 28, where the body initiated discussion about how the installation of the program can facilitate engagement between students and the University Police Department. The meeting was attended by 13 undergraduate and two graduate students from the board, which consists of 19 students total. Their mission is to advise decisions concerning student safety by bridging communication between the student body and safety officials.


In ‘Creed II,’ everything is different — but nothing has changed

(12/14/18 6:03pm)

After nine years of dormancy, the venerable “Rocky” sports film franchise was revived with a spinoff sequel in 2015, “Creed,” in which Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) sought the help of former series protagonist Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) in following in the footsteps of his deceased father, former heavyweight boxing champion Apollo Creed. This more sober but still exhilarating entry into the franchise was propelled by great writing, stellar choreography, wonderful performances and above all, a keen understanding of the “Rocky” legacy, and the film earned immense critical praise. “Creed” put a great amount of effort into proving worthy of carrying the torch handed down by the “Rocky” series, but the sequel, “Creed II,” almost seems to be trying now to hand the torch right back.


‘Tartuffe’ is surprisingly fresh, lively

(12/21/18 4:44pm)

In the nearly 400 years since its publication, “Tartuffe,” by French playwright Molière, has been performed countless times. Its enduring appeal has caught the eye of many ambitious directors and casts, earning it a place as a classic work of theater. Earlier this month, the University Drama Department opened its own production of “Tartuffe,” a surprisingly energetic and refreshing rendition that, if not for the period dialogue and costumes, could just as easily have been a modern piece. 




Internet aficionado 6ix9ine misses all the marks with ‘DUMMY BOY’

(12/17/18 10:16pm)

At this point, whether you like it or not, 6ix9ine is a name — and more unfortunately a face — that cannot be ignored in today’s mainstream music realm. The Brooklyn-based rapper is the exemplar of internet fame gone wrong — being famous more for his internet persona than this actual musical output. With the premature release of “DUMMY BOY,” early due to leaks and 6ix9ine’s recent arrest, music fans wonder how they let the candy-colored content creator get this far. 



Commerce students breathe new life into indie film ‘Hot Air’

(12/06/18 3:03am)

The struggles of indie filmmaking have long existed, as filmmakers Jeremy Goldstein and Derek Sieg experienced first hand with the initial release of their independent film “Hot Air.” But with the help of Commerce students in Assoc. Commerce Prof. Natasha Foutz’s Entertainment Marketing course, Goldstein and Sieg hope to change this narrative.




Six ways to shake up your hot cocoa

(12/05/18 1:16am)

Winter break is just in sight, and nothing beats a nice warm cup of hot chocolate to get me in the holiday spirit. While a regular cup of cocoa never fails to hit the spot, I decided to try a variety of different combinations to spice up my hot chocolate drinking experience. All of the different recipes can be thrown together with simple ingredients and a microwave. They are fast, easy and taste delicious.


Your favorite snacks that go festive in the holiday season

(12/05/18 1:33am)

With finals right around the corner, most people would expect an article detailing the newest health craze snacks or the best homemade nut mix for that crunch you crave when your textbook glares up at you dauntingly — but I digress. There is nothing that screams “holiday” more than your favorite munchies celebrating the festivities of winter.