Americans should applaud Zuckerberg for refusing to censor political ads, as this decision serves to safeguard free political discourse.
The Cavalier Daily has continued to shine a light in dark corners and to ask tough questions.
The newspaper’s work prompted the occasional controversy from the earliest days of the publication’s life.
The Blue Ridge Guild, by asserting their intention to unionize shows a path to resist corporations' carving up of newspapers.
The city must assess whether or not a rally is intending to incite violence and if it is, they must not issue permits to such groups.
Incursions into the freedoms of Virginians will invariably prioritize the interests of progressive elites over the needs of the Commonwealth and its people.
Thomas Jefferson was a bad man, and that is something we need to come to terms with.
The University's implementation of a living wage is the most important aspect of his ongoing goal to create better relations with the Charlottesville area.
If the New College Curriculum is as great as its advocates contend, then there should be no reason to mandate enrollment in it.
Riggleman has already failed us as a member of Congress with his voting record, but respecting democracy should not be a partisan issue.
To treat these districts like lost causes only serves to further alienate this segment of the electorate.
While News and Opinion are important, The Cavalier Daily should be looking towards the Life section to be a new leader in diversifying the paper’s staff and content.
Global temperatures are rising at an unsustainable rate and our current inaction threatens the world and our future.
Differences that exist between professors of the same courses, present an unnecessary obstacle to students for mostly arbitrary reasons.