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Andrew Seidman


My Cavalier Daily obituary

In Andrew Rossi's 2011 documentary, "Page One: Inside the New York Times," Times media reporter David Carr tells an audience of journalists at a publishing conference in Minneapolis: "You have lived through the worst cyclical secular recession that the publishing business has ever seen in modern times.

Moving forward

As lawyers prepare to determine the fate of George Huguely, the former men's lacrosse player charged with murdering women's lacrosse player Yeardley Love, coach Dom Starsia and the men's team are moving forward with optimism that the program will not be defined by a single investigation.

At a crosse-roads

A fine line separates the letter and spirit of the laws of men's college lacrosse recruiting, and enterprising Division I coaches are now crossing it with increasing regularity, potentially placing the best interest of the student-athlete at risk. Hardly any coach advocates early recruiting, a practice that has stirred controversy in the lacrosse community.

Duke spoils Virginia

[caption id="attachment_39046" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Senior guard Mustapha Farrakhan's hot hand carried Virginia to a 31-25 halftime lead, but he was limited to a single shot attempt after the break.

No. 4 Vols pose early season test

The Virginia women's basketball team will take on Tennessee tonight in Knoxville with the hopes of winning its first game against a power conference school. The Cavaliers (2-0) last defeated the Lady Volunteers in 2008, when they shocked then-No.

Shabaz climbs rankings

[caption id="attachment_38063" align="alignleft" width="213" caption="Senior Michael Shabaz became the first collegiate player since 1987 to reach a Challenger Tour final Sunday at the Virginia National Bank Tennis Championships.

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