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No. 9 Virginia men’s basketball team’s offensive struggles were apparent against South Carolina as the Gamecocks (8-4, 0-0 SEC) grinded out a 70-59 win Sunday at John Paul Jones Arena. The Cavaliers (9-2, 2-0 ACC) allowed a season-high 33 points in the first half but were able to fight back into the game in the second half. Virginia’s 19 turnovers proved fatal as South Carolina ran away with the lead in the final minutes of play.
University Police arrested Charlottesville resident Anthony Lyle Lee Jr. Saturday, after a verbal altercation led to shots fired. He was charged with attempted malicious wounding and is being held at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail.
Virginia traveled to Las Vegas last weekend as part of the annual Duel in the Desert Tournament, played at UNLV’s Cox Pavilion. After a resurgent win against host team UNLV Friday, Virginia fell at the hands of No. 15 Mississippi State to settle at 5-6 on the season. Virginia will look to build upon this tournament’s performance as the Cavaliers enter ACC play next week.
Earlier this month, the secret SABLE Society painted a message of solidarity with black transgender women on Beta Bridge as part of a wider campaign across Grounds to raise awareness about the disproportionate rate of violence black transgender women face. Since the start of 2019, black transgender women represent 91 percent of known victims of anti-transgender fatalities, and at least 24 individuals have been killed or have gone missing so far, including a Charlottesville native.
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Lately, junior transfer guard Tomas Woldetensae has been on fire. Recruited to join a depleted guard corps after Ty Jerome and Kyle Guy declared for the NBA Draft and Marco Anthony transferred, Woldetensae had a disappointing start to the season. He shot 20.6 percent from the field and 14.3 percent from three-point range through Virginia’s first seven games. In the last four games, however, Woldetensae shot 47.6 percent from the field and 53.3 percent from three, including a season-high 11 points in the Cavaliers’ 56-47 win over North Carolina.
When Annaliese Estes began her sexual assault investigation through the University’s Title IX Office, she received an outline of the formal resolution process which said the investigation period typically does not exceed 60 days.
Rejection. Disappointment. Failure. These things are the bane of the typical University student’s existence — they are our kryptonite.
The early National Signing Period for college football was open at the end of last week, as Virginia saw 13 of its 14 current commits officially sign letters of intent. The class consists of three 4-star players and 10 3-star players, according to 247Sports recruiting rankings.
No. 9 men’s basketball defeated Stony Brook 56-44 Wednesday night in the second game of a five-game home stretch. The Cavaliers (9-1, 2-0 ACC) never allowed the Seawolves (7-6, 0-0 America East) to take the lead, forcing 17 turnovers along the way.
*Spoilers for the HBO series “Watchmen” ahead*
According to separate rankings by U.S. News and World Report and the CollegeNet Social Mobility Index, the University falls in the bottom 15 percent of institutions in terms of social mobility for its students. Social mobility can be a difficult term to define, but broadly speaking, social mobility is the ability of an individual to move from one class to another, whether that is upwards or downwards.
The Federal Communications Commission announced their plan to fully repeal former President Obama’s 2015 net neutrality decision in late 2017, and soon after were met with deafening fanfare and outrage from critics across the nation. These activists found success inciting the public by leveraging trite boogeymen and hackneyed, fear-mongering tactics — demonizing the “big cable companies” who purportedly wanted nothing more than to make life a living hell for their consumers. We all remember the viral tweets prophesying the end of the internet as we know it — but the proposed repeal quickly came and went, and none of the foretold doomsday scenarios ended up materializing whatsoever. In fact, I would assert that the internet is healthier and faster now than it has ever been, and we owe it all to the astute decision-making and bold leadership of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
I have worked at the University for 20 years. For the first time, I feel I truly belong.
During yet another stress-filled finals season, students were once again forced into unhealthy, often binge-centered habits in order to survive the last few assignments separating them from winter break. Every year students pack into Clemons Library, where they consume higher levels of caffeine to get through an excruciatingly long week of exams and papers. Much of this is fostered by the University’s stress culture — a common state of academic competitiveness that encourages unhealthy behavior and poses significant threats to mental wellness.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine — a national nonprofit with more than 12,000 doctors — filed a federal complaint last week against the University for their use of live animals in general surgery resident training.
The fall season was a memorable one for Virginia sports. From winning championships and rivalry games to making postseason runs, Virginia teams have certainly stood out. With the fall season wrapping up, the CD sports staff reflects on some key questions that need to be answered.
The Board of Visitors announced this month that the University will be raising on-Grounds housing rates by 3.5 percent next fall in order to address increased debt and operating expenses. Last year, the University also raised on-Grounds housing rates by 3.5 percent.
Early this month, London hosted the 2019 North Atlantic Treaty Organization Summit, a meeting of the Western Coalition’s leaders and figures. Heads of state from all over the world, including the United States, met to discuss the future of the Cold War-era alliance on its 70th anniversary. The alliance has been fending off multiple threats, including Russia, terrorism and the Trump administration throughout its existance.
This article has been updated to include additional statements from University spokesperson Brian Coy and president of the Queer Student Union Blake Hesson.