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In addition to weekly lessons, Salsa Club also hosts larger events like Showcase, which takes place at the end of each semester to display what student choreographers and club members have been working on together.

The University Salsa Club has all the right moves

Since the group's formation in 2006, its members have been dedicated to making dance styles like Salsa, Bachata, Cha Cha and Merengue accessible, giving those who want to learn a space to do so right here in Charlottesville.

Flux’s open mic nights — the club’s hallmark event — are where this celebration of all art forms takes place most frequently.

Flux celebrates self-expression through spoken word

Every Thursday evening in the belly of Brooks Hall sits the collection of poets, creatives and arts enthusiasts that make up Flux, the University’s student-led poetry and spoken word organization. The only one of its kind on Grounds, Flux plays a unique and important role in the community, giving its participants a place to express themselves and a platform to share their work.

Set in the picturesque Pacific Northwestern town of Chatham, the season follows the relationship between childhood best friends Megan Landry and Luke Chambers and the complications that arise when foreign exchange student Isabella LaRue moves to town with a suitcase full of clothes and secrets.

“Cruel Summer” cast talk season two’s Y2K murder mystery and messy depiction of young-adulthood

The highly anticipated return of Freeform’s “Cruel Summer” is right around the corner, and it is packed with as much thrilling drama and suspenseful mystery as season one. Ahead of its June 5 premiere, the main trio of the anthology series’ second season sat down with The Cavalier Daily last month to talk transforming into Y2K teenagers, and the escapades of the first seven episodes.

McNulty plans to continue both writing and playing music after his graduation this May, and is currently in the process of figuring out his next moves musically. 

Michael McNulty’s Distinguished Major Recital ends with a standing ovation

Rhythmic jazz and melodious rock filled Old Cabell Hall on Friday night at the Distinguished Major Recital of fourth-year College student Micheal McNulty. The evening’s performance was a culmination of years worth of composing and arranging, taking the audience on a journey through McNulty’s time as a musician at the University. 

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