Search Results


Below are your search results. You can also try a Basic Search.





No. 1 Virginia advances to the ACC semifinals with a 1-0 win over No. 9 Duke

(11/04/19 4:46am)

No. 1 Virginia brought down No. 9 Duke 1-0 in a highly competitive ACC quarterfinal matchup Sunday at Klockner Stadium. The Cavaliers (15-0-3, 7-0-3 ACC) played the Blue Devils (8-3-7, 3-2-6 ACC) to a scoreless tie earlier in the season but were able to overcome Sunday with a goal by senior forward Meghan McCool.


Los estudiantes presentan sus proyectos de investigación acerca de la salud pública mundial en el Center for Global Health Research Symposium [el Simposio de Investigación del Centro para la Salud Global (CSG)]

(10/29/19 4:00am)

El artículo no expresa las opiniones o posiciones de los traductores. El artículo es una versión traducida del artículo que se encuentra a continuación: enlace



The Cavalier Daily’s matchmaking service

(11/06/19 4:24am)

It’s the atypical office romance — late deadlines, cutting and pasting headlines and resisting the Oxford comma to abide by AP-style guidelines. It’s the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s — dozens of young college students are bonding in The Cavalier Daily office over sleepless nights. While covering Watergate, President Hereford’s election and even facing the University administration’s shutdown of the paper, some staff members also found their lifelong partners among their companions in the office. 




Rotunda Planetarium Project aims to highlight the building’s complex history

(11/05/19 3:50am)

Members of the University and Charlottesville community gathered at the Rotunda Friday evening to witness the unveiling of the Rotunda Planetarium. The planetarium is a tribute to Thomas Jefferson’s original vision for the purpose of the Rotunda. In addition, the installation attempts to remind people of the stories surrounding the Rotunda’s creation. 


The female invasion: Feminist critiques of media in The Cavalier Daily

(11/06/19 3:22am)

The University has been celebrating the Bicentennial since Oct. 2017, hosting various concerts, talks and events to commemorate the 200 year anniversary of the University’s founding. This birthday is certainly something to be proud of, but it’s important to note that for many, the University has not been an opportunity for two centuries. The first class of women was only admitted to the University in 1970 and was capped at 450 students, and the University only began widely admitting students regardless of sex in 1972. 



No. 6 field hockey ends regular season with 3-1 win against No. 20 Wake Forest

(11/04/19 3:09am)

No. 6 Virginia traveled to Winston-Salem Friday and defeated No. 20 Wake Forest 3-1 to end the regular season. Virginia (15-3, 4-2 ACC) won thanks to brilliant scoring efforts by freshman back Cato Geusgens and freshman striker Laura Janssen, while the Demon Deacons (8-10, 0-6 ACC) struggled offensively.


No. 23 Virginia men take 4th, women finish 11th at ACC Cross Country Championships

(11/04/19 4:43am)

In the first postseason meet of the season, the Virginia men’s and women’s cross country teams vied for the top position in the conference. The No. 23 Cavalier men placed fourth overall, edged out by Syracuse, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech. Following the conclusion of that race, the Cavalier women finished 11th.



Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn takes place a day late due to inclement weather

(11/03/19 6:37pm)

Due to inclement weather, the University’s annual Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn hosted by Housing and Residential Life took place Friday evening, the day after Halloween. University community members and Charlottesville residents flooded the Lawn wearing creative costumes to receive treats from student volunteers and rescue squad workers. 



Women’s basketball: Key matchups in the 2019-20 season

(11/04/19 4:44am)

After finishing the 2018-19 season with a 12-19, 5-11 ACC record, Virginia seeks to improve upon last season’s underwhelming performance during the new season and Coach Tina Thompson’s second year. With six new freshmen players and redshirt freshman guard Amandine Toi’s debut, the Cavaliers start with a deeper and more capable roster than the previous year. With the season just a few days away, it’s time to preview the 2019-20 schedule. 



Charlottesville Attorney Elliott Harding to challenge Deeds for Virginia State Senate Seat

(11/04/19 5:03am)

Local Charlottesville attorney Elliott Harding is challenging incumbent Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds, D-Bath, for the 25th District Virginia Senate seat this week as an independent candidate. Harding, a 2012 University alumnus of the College, previously worked as legislative director for former 5th District Rep. Tom Garrett, R-Buckingham, and served as chair of the Albemarle County Republican Committee. On his campaign website, Harding highlights criminal justice reform, equal access to education and energy deregulation as some of his top priorities. 


No. 1 Virginia to host No. 9 Duke in ACC tournament quarterfinal Sunday

(11/02/19 11:02pm)

No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer finished the regular season perfect, remaining undefeated and having conceded just five goals to opponents. The Cavaliers’ (14-0-3, 6-0-3 ACC) next challenge comes Sunday, when they square off against No. 9 Duke in the ACC quarterfinal at Klockner Stadium. The teams’ last matchup Sept. 29 ended in a scoreless draw as neither team could take the lead through two periods of overtime play. 


FERGUSON: State Democrats want a 'New Virginia.' Why?

(11/04/19 4:41am)

Virginia Democrats — who expect to take control of the General Assembly after the upcoming elections on Nov. 5 — have put forth a progressive agenda to make significant changes to the Commonwealth’s laws and economy. Former governor and shady businessman Terry McAuliffe, D-Va., recently asserted that Democrats “are going to make Virginia a new state.” However, such a radical change demands some form of justification — which progressives have yet to articulate in any logical manner. Policy initiatives including increasing gun control, ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment and raising the minimum wage would damage the character and economic climate of the state. Come Election Day, Virginians must reject efforts to model our Commonwealth after the failures of California, New York and other progressive strongholds. Incursions into the freedoms of Virginians will invariably prioritize the interests of progressive elites over the needs of the Commonwealth and its people.