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For those whose cravings were unsatisfied following the dining halls’ renditions of Thanksgiving dinner last week, the Korean Student Association provided its members yet another opportunity to enjoy their holiday favorites. Members gathered in the Multicultural Student Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday to feast on all of the classics, including turkey and mashed potatoes as well as homemade pumpkin pie for dessert.
The Mapping Cville Project has obtained over 300,000 pages of property records from the City and the County, and volunteers have begun reviewing City deeds for racially discriminatory language to help provide historical context for Charlottesville’s current housing landscape.
The Virginia volleyball team defeated Boston College (19-10, 10-6 ACC) in straight sets Friday night at Memorial Gymnasium. It was the final home game of the season for the Cavaliers (12-18, 4-13 ACC), who honored four players on Senior Night.
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At an open house event in Jefferson Hall Friday, “Reflections: Oral History at U.Va.” officially celebrated the launch of its website by inviting the public to visit the website and engage with members of the student team running the project. The “Reflections” project works to collect oral interviews from members of the University and Charlottesville community to uncover and preserve a more personal history of the University.
No. 1 men’s soccer took down No. 24 Campbell 2-0 Sunday afternoon. The Cavaliers (18-1-1, 6-1-1 ACC) controlled the game from start to finish — creating many scoring opportunities while well as stifling a powerful Fighting Camels (17-3-2, 8-0-0 Big South) offense.
No. 10 Virginia women’s squash travelled to play several high-ranked opponents this weekend, including No. 3 Princeton, No. 21 Wesleyan, No. 5 Yale and No. 2 Trinity. The Cavaliers (4-3) fell to the Tigers (2-0) 0-9 Friday, but rallied to beat the Cardinals (2-2) 8-1 before falling to the Bulldogs (2-0) 1-8 Saturday and the Bantams (2-0) 0-9 Sunday.
No. 7 Virginia managed to come away with a 48-45 win against Arizona State in the final of the Air Force Reserve Hall of Fame Tip-Off Sunday. The Cavaliers (6-0, 1-0 ACC) held the lead against the Sun Devils (3-2, 0-0 Pac-12) through the first half, but had to fight their way back after a 19-0 run by Arizona State. Freshman guard Casey Morsell had his best game of the season, leading Virginia with 19 points and scoring the go-ahead three-pointer to give the Cavaliers the final advantage.
The Thai Student Organization celebrated and shared Thai culture with the University Saturday at their annual Pad Thai Party. Leaders of TSO hoped that the event would allow students to engage with real Thai culture, beyond stereotypical conceptions of it, and that it would encourage more students to join and attend other TSO programming.
Although the launch of fifth-generation technology by major networks has led to faster speeds for users and increases the efficiency of larger machines and platforms, this upgrade has only been rolled out in large cities. Many communities in America including Charlottesville do not have access to this feature, and may not gain access in the near future, further contributing to the digital divide. This divide refers to unequal access to forms of technology and communication among marginalized communities.
To better learn about what our genes can do, researchers have recently used a plant hormone to make improvements to a decade-old system for degrading proteins. The work, published in a paper in August, was done in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics by Asst. Prof. Michael Guertin and research scientist Sathyan Mattada. The lab has a $1.25 million grant distributed over five years from the NIH, part of which has been used towards their work on the degron system.
Virginia beat Liberty 55-27 Saturday afternoon on a cold day at Scott Stadium, overcoming early struggles to win in dominant fashion.
No. 7 Virginia won the Air Force Reserve Hall of Fame Tip-Off semifinal against Massachusetts Saturday afternoon, 58-46. Despite the fight of the Minutemen (5-1, 0-0 Atlantic-10), the Cavaliers (5-0, 1-0 ACC) held their fourth opponent to under 50 points en route to another decisive victory.
The Virginia field hockey team lost 2-1 to Princeton in the NCAA semifinals Friday afternoon. The matchup featured two equally matched teams that battled until the final seconds of the game. Ultimately, the Cavaliers (18-5, 4-2 ACC) failed to find an equalizer late in the game, and the Tigers (16-4, 7-0 Ivy League) prevailed.
No. 3 Virginia fell to Washington State 3-2 in a hard-fought battle Friday night at Klockner Stadium. The Cavaliers (17-2-3, 6-0-3 ACC), who have dominated opponents throughout the season, couldn’t generate enough scoring drives to counter the Cougar (14-6-1, 5-5-1 Pac-12) attack.
No. 24 Campbell travels up to Charlottesville to play No. 1 Virginia Sunday afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Camels (17-2-2, 8-0-0 Big South) rode a three-goal second half to defeat James Madison 3-1 Thursday night in order to face the Cavaliers (17-1-1, 6-1-1 ACC), who earned a first-round bye as the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament.
Netflix released the highly anticipated third season of “The Crown,” which picks up in 1964 — the same year that season 2 ended — and is set to cover through 1976. While still stylish and grandiose, it is clear in the first episode that the introduction of an almost entirely new cast has shifted the tone of the show towards a more shrewd disposition.
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A normal Wednesday at 8 p.m. found over 100 students squeezed into the back section of Boylan Heights’ upstairs bar, craning their necks to see the small stage set up with a rug, lights and a projector screen. Decorated with a TEDx banner, the college bar was transformed into a space of ideas and stories for two hours.
Dear fellow undecided major,