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Memorize the new escort digits: 242-1122 Let's say you had one too many drinks at a post move-in party last weekend and are feeling a bit tipsy.


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Beginning yet again Buzby Tuesdays will return to Charlottesville next Tuesday when the local band Buzby kicks off their Tuesday night concert series.


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U.Va.'s oldest rival: Charlottesville?

Ah, yes -- Cavalier athletics, our pride and joy as members of the University community. In our eyes, it is what presents us to the rest of the nation, what portrays the image of Thomas Jefferson's foundation.


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Convention chaos leads to excitement

PHILADELPHIA, PENN. Being on the floor of the Republican National Convention is a little like being stuffed in a closet with a bunch of University politicos who have aged about 25 years. It's hot, it's crowded and there is nothing but blue blazers as far as the eye can see.


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Odds and Ends

Making waves The University's radio station WTJU-FM 91.1 has moved from the basement of Peabody Hall into a new studio at Lambeth Commons.


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Excitement not required for

Ah ... summer. That nice little break before the beginning of the next academic year, a time when responsibility as we know it no longer exists and you can do anything you want - even if that means sitting on your couch in front of the tube, watching The Learning Channel and wondering why you haven't lapsed into a coma from sheer boredom.


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First things first

Rotunda, check. Newcomb Hall, check. First-year dorms, check. You've been all over Grounds, and you seem to know your way around all the major tourist attractions.


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The country of mountain mamas...

TAZEWELL, Va. - I knew I heard something. It was only feet away from the house. There could be no other explanation: Someone, or something, had to be outside; but what (or who?) could be prowling around at 1 a.m.? I had to investigate.


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Dining in style at C'ville's finest food establishments

When celebrated restaurant critic Phyllis Richman stepped down from her position at The Washington Post in May - after giving over 20 years of culinary advice to eager Washingtonians - the scramble began to fill the shoes and the costumes of that culinary celebrity.


Latest Podcast

Today, we sit down with both the president and treasurer of the Virginia women's club basketball team to discuss everything from making free throws to recent increased viewership in women's basketball.