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Will and Pilar met at the IX Art Park Sunday evening.
Beyond printing issues, covering breaking stories and managing budgets, these couples also found love.
This past weekend, downtown Charlottesville celebrated the end of Pride Week with its annual Pride festival.
As a new semester peers around the corner, the few days leading up to its start provides U.Va. students critical time to reflect on past semesters and brainstorm any changes — or “New Year’s resolutions” — they would like to make in their college lifestyles.
Many of my friends were suddenly becoming CS majors, the world was being progressed by technological startups and so-called intellectuals were crying out about a future robot takeover. Honestly, I wanted to see what the hype was about.
Arguably the most controversial television show on the Food Network, u201cDiners, Drive-Ins and Divesu201d has created a love-it-or-hate-it rift between cooking show fans and foodies.
The Alumni Weekend kicked off with the launch of the very first “Latinx History at UVA” website, which is aimed toward archiving the history of all Latinx organizations at the University.
Did being a fan of everything mean being a fan of nothing?
It’s the season where it is a little bit more socially acceptable to play “Monster Mash” on repeat.
I learned that intrinsic motivation is an important tool to carry, because I can't always rely on other people or prizes to do tough things.
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