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(11/04/13 5:15am)

The Cavalier Daily is the only daily news organization at the University of Virginia and the oldest newspaper in Charlottesville. It is an entirely student-run, non-profit organization with an operating budget that it accrues solely through selling advertisements. The Cavalier Daily maintains a 10,000 twice-a-week print circulation, publishes a daily online edition with expanded and enhanced content, and publishes a daily e-newsletter. In addition, it has recently developed a mobile application for smartphones.

Play On

(10/28/13 7:47pm)

Yesterday, the University of Virginia Club Field Hockey team hosted the University of North Carolina and the University of Maryland yesterday at our very own Carr’s Hill Field. The Virginia field hockey team (8-2-1) is currently ranked 10th in the nation, with the outcome of this tournament potential being a measure of the team’s national title aspirations.

The Cinephile: Evil Dead (2013) Film Review

(04/17/13 12:22am)

Dear Reader, “ As I mentioned earlier, I am a film lover. The one genre that shall always hold a special place in my heart has to be horror. This is one type of review blog that I call “The Cinephile.” Feel free to recommend any further films, that you would like me to review. You may either email me at or message me on Youtube ( Now, without further ado, here is my first review for “The Cinephile.”

Allow Me To Introduce Myself...

(04/17/13 12:12am)

Hello Readers, Some of you may not know me very well, so allow me to introduce myself. My name is Corbin Bond, and yes I realize my last name matches that of a famous British agent. Here’s another fun fact, my first name comes from the Latin term “Corvus,” which means raven, hence my obsession with Poe and the word “nevermore.” Trust me that will explain a lot in the future. Anyways, I’m just your average student. That is if you like to use surface level analysis to truly understand people. In actuality, I like to consider myself many things other than average. In fact, once you get to know me, you might realize that I tend to find being “average,” or “normal,” to be vastly overrated. Now that that ice is broken, let me just say that one of my main goals is to converse with all of you over a few interests that you and I might share. First of all, I am a complete movie and book addict. I like escaping either into the celluloid of cinematic art or between the lines of a great work of literature. Furthermore, I love talking with people about them and sharing my reactions. Meanwhile, besides the books and films, I love to travel and find retreats all over the world. With so many people and wonders in the world, I cannot successfully deny myself from seeing them and telling everyone I meet all about these adventures. In addition, there are times where I definitely feel a necessity to speak my mind about specific happenings in the world. From the media and popular culture to random factoids about daily life, I have no hesitation with giving my honest opinion about things I witness in life. Finally, as I said earlier, I want to talk with you. I want to answer whatever questions you may have for me, and I would love to give whatever advice I can to help you. Here is where the fun begins. Not only do I want to converse with you, but I want to hear from you as well. You may want to read my reaction to a specific book or film. Then feel free let me know. If you know of a location that you think I should visit and experience, then by all means tell me so. Furthermore, if you want to discuss something going on in the world or in daily life, then I would love to hear your thoughts. Finally, if you have any questions, I have no problem with providing you with my best possible answers. Essentially, I want to show you how trying to be “normal,” or “average,” is nothing compared to being yourself, no matter how strange or different you are considered by others. Therefore, I am rebelling against the norms to be my full self with all of you. I may not be perfect or the best person. However, I give you my word – “The Word of Bond” – that you will get nothing but the honest opinions and words of a strange, unusual, different, and abnormal individual. In short, I want you to get to know me for me.

Not That Funny

(11/05/12 4:50am)

In my third review of Virginia Film Festival screenings, I’m faced with a reprise of sorts: Not That Funny is what I Am Not a Hipster is titularly: sort of a misnomer. Well, yes, it tends to be what Thursday’s delightfully-indie film could not accomplish and carries a plot that does hold close to the promise its title strings up in lights. But, it has its chuckle-catalyzing moments. Although, Not That Funny seems to have a cast cursed with an ironic case of arrested development. It neither breaks new ground nor induces vomit, and those wishing that Tony Hale would return to his typecasted role as the awkward, coddled kid brother will leave NTF with a bitter taste of disappointment.

Fat Kid Rules the World

(11/05/12 3:23am)

Matthew Lillard (The Descendants, Scooby Doo) and Billy Campbell (The Rocketeer, Dracula) came along to the Newcomb Theatre to present Lillard’s directorial debut and Campbell’s role in Fat Kid Rules the World. Lillard’s energy and high spirits bring this story to life. After a rough life, obese high school teenager Troy (Jacob Wysocki) finds himself dragged along the mishaps of expelled band junkie Marcus (Matt O’Leary) after Marcus saves Troy from his suicide attempt. By the end, Troy is saving Marcus from his downward spiral. This film has a ton of heart, from the amazing performances of the actors to the truthful environment that Matthew Lillard created. Fat Kid Rules the World came from a lot of hard work and dedication on the part of Lillard to make and is one that everyone should see. From the first shot, you can tell that this film is a character in itself. Lillard and Campbell stayed long after the film ended to talk to basically every fan in the theatre, and his emanating energy made everyone feel like he truly loved the experience. I highly, highly recommend checking this film out when it comes to iTunes next week and on VOD. 5/5 stars. – Annie Wilmer