While sorority and fraternity members have been busy recruiting pledges this past week, an anonymous source has been working against them.
It's odd when one person can eat two entrees and still have room for dessert. But at the Downtown Grille, where the paltry portions do not correspond with the steep prices, we'd have no problem believing that. Nestled in an airy space on the Downtown Mall, the restaurant cooks up usual grille fare served by the bow-tied waitstaff on tables dressed in white linen. The interior features a tall ceiling, wood-paneled walls, columns that house wine bottles and an open kitchen in the back of the restaurant.
The Pepsi challenge: Darden style Are you ready to take the Pepsi challenge? Try multiplying a simple taste test by 40 companies and you get the Darden Marketing Club's Brand Challenge, an intense day of consumer fun and a whole lot of carbonation. The event starts at 2:30 p.m.
Whitman wrote, "the game of ball is glorious." It teaches, revives, placates, unifies. It frames life.
When I returned to the University late Sunday night, Mariah Carey was singing loudly next door.
Painfully difficult exams and papers larger in scale than Katherine Harris's newfound fame - this is what the next several weeks hold in store for us.
Make a Difference at Dinner When state Sen. Emily Couric (D-Charlottesville) was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer last July, 2000 College graduate Joshua Scott wanted to find a way to honor her. He found his answer with the Make a Difference Day organization, committed to improving local communities.