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Going the distance

The bikes in front of Clark Library last week may have been stationary, but on them, U.Va. students cycled toward a worthy goal: building a school in Kampala, Uganda.

Locally Delectable

Edible Blue Ridge Magazine brought students and Charlottesville residents free cupcakes and the chance to purchase fresh foods from local vendors last Tuesday at the Artisan Food Fair and Cupcake Walk.

Challah for Hunger satisfies cravings, helps worthy causes

Looking for a way to satisfy your carb cravings and help a worthy cause at the same time? Challah for Hunger has a table on the Lawn you may actually want to visit. The University’s Challah for Hunger branch is part of an international nonprofit organization that raises money for charity by baking traditional Jewish bread from scratch using ingredients donated from Albemarle Baking Company.

Scooting around the 'ville

Hauling a heavy backpack across Grounds can be difficult, especially when attempting to walk from class to class in 10 minutes.

	A student enjoys some frozen yogurt while studying.

Fro-yo frenzy storms the Corner

“Peanut butter is tight! Peanut butter is gooood,” said Rob Archer, owner of Arch’s Frozen Yogurt, lauding his favorite flavor at the newly renovated frozen yogurt shop on the Corner. During the summer, Arch’s made the switch from over-the-counter service to the trendier self-serve setup.

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