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Valentine’s Day 2020 will be the 22nd anniversary of V-Day, an international movement “to end violence against all women and girls (cisgender, transgender, and those who hold fluid identities that are subject to gender based violence).” The day coincides, however, with Valentine’s Day, one of the most commercialized holidays embedded in American culture. This leads one to wonder why the days are paired together in such a way. Perhaps, to answer this question, one could address V-Day’s four core beliefs, one of which is a dedication to “lasting social and cultural change … spread by ordinary people doing extraordinary things.” The V-Day movement brings attention to the problematic traditions that we associate with our celebrations of Valentine’s Day.
We all know fans of Virginia sports have passion for their teams, but many of them have a passion for that special someone as well. This is for all those love-struck Cavalier fans who need some ideas for the perfect date this Valentine’s Day.
About 70 community members gathered on Sunday for a mid-session legislative review hosted by Delegate Sally Hudson, D-Charlottesville, at the Charlottesville downtown Cityspace. Hudson, who is also an assistant professor of Public Policy, Education and Economics in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, spent the evening responding to questions from audience members about various pieces of legislation that are currently moving through the General Assembly and how they will affect the Charlottesville community.
Forgot to make a reservation for Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry. This fresh, light salmon recipe is simple and stress-free to prepare, sure to impress your date and the cooking process is almost as enjoyable as the meal itself.
When imagining the everyday lives of some of the music industry’s most prevalent artists, a typical mental picture might encapsulate the thrill of screaming crowds, masses of doting fans and a whirlwind life full of parties and wild excitement. However, for Jeremiah Fraites — one of the founding members of indie rock band The Lumineers — the experience of headlining a large-scale tour for the band’s most recent album, 2019’s “III” — which will come to John Paul Jones Arena Feb. 16 — has been exciting not only for those reasons, but also on a more significant level because of the time he has spent with his family.
Virginia squash competed at the Mid-Atlantic Squash Conference Championships over the weekend, with the men’s team winning the regional tournament and the women’s team becoming the regional runner-up.
Valentine’s Day is an inescapable holiday. It is everywhere, from the heart-shaped chocolates in grocery stores to the cringeworthy and saccharine Valentine’s Day posts soon to be plastered on everyone’s Instagram feeds. However, not everyone has caught the love bug. Falling into this category can make it an isolating holiday. Here are nine songs that encapsulate the feeling of being exhausted with Valentine’s Day.
One would think that the 14th day of the month couldn’t approach this quickly. Nevertheless, as a full-time college student, this date seems to emerge out of nowhere amidst the busyness of exams and projects. For me, cravings for sweets go hand-in-hand with this frantic season of assignments. Thus, my journey to satisfy my sweet tooth in a thematic fashion began.
The University administration has recently announced several construction projects that will change the landscape of Grounds. Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village has inspired generations of students, faculty, staff and visitors. Its forms — grounded in Federalism, Neoclassicism and Neo-Palladianism — embody the democratic mission of the University as a public institution. As the University community accommodates arising facility needs through additions to the architectural landscape of Grounds, it must maintain the forms of Jeffersonian architecture to not only preserve visual consistency but exemplify the spirit of the University.
After a 70-54 win at home against Clemson, Virginia lost a nail-biting match-up on the road against No. 17 Florida State 63-55. Jocelyn Willoughby, senior guard and perennial team star, averaged 20.0 points over the two-game stretch while freshmen guards Carole Miller and Shemera Williams also had standout performances.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and Charlottesville’s most popular date night spots are nearly booked. I am here to reassure you that if you don’t have a reservation yet, you’re okay. In fact, you are more than okay, and here’s why.
Anastasia Carvalhais: first-year College student
Following its first ACC victory of the season against Boston College, No. 11 Virginia traveled to Chicago for the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, facing No. 3 Georgia, No. 6 Pepperdine and No. 14 Arizona State in the team’s first appearance there since 2016.
Around 100 students gathered outside of the McCormick Road dorms Sunday evening for a remembrance vigil in honor of Nicholas Palatt, a first-year Engineering student who passed away Jan. 31. The ceremony included remarks from first-year College student Basak Gafoor, who was Palatt’s roommate, and First Year Council President Jared Rooker.
Love is in the air, but so is Coronavirus, and I’m staying FAR away from both.
Strokes are one of the leading causes of disabilities in the United States and cost an estimated $100 billion each year to prevent. That's why Mark McDonald, neuroimmunology fellow at the University’s School of Medicine, and Omar Uribe co-founded an early-stage digital health company — NeuroView — using artificial intelligence to identify early risk factors for strokes and provide a plan of action to each patient to alleviate these risks. Overall, this product works to reduce the number of strokes each year and help patients receive the best care in the shortest time possible.
With both Valentine’s Day and the spring collegiate athletics season nearing, let’s take a look at the most attractive feature of every varsity-level Virginia team playing this spring.
Fresh off a loss to Central Florida Feb. 2, the Virginia men’s tennis team faced a pair of ranked teams over the weekend. Virginia’s two opponents — No. 11 TCU and No. 6 Wake Forest — entered this weekend with a combined record of 8-2, ensuring a couple of difficult tests for the Cavaliers.
1. A coffee shop
1. “I’m no photographer, but I can picture us together.”