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Cavalier Connections 9/27
In this week's episode, anchors discuss reaction to the presidential debate, protests in Charlotte, the Senate overturning President Obama's veto, and Arnold Palmer's death.
The First Year Housing Frenzy Begins
As September winds down, many newly minted Wahoos are already scrambling to make housing plans for next year.
Judge Raises Bar for Dean Eramo to Prove Defamation
After being engaged in a civil action lawsuit for the past year, UVa Associate Dean Nicole Eramo is facing a new hurdle in her ongoing battle against Rolling Stone Magazine.
Rotunda Finally Invites Charlottesville Inside
The University of Virginia’s acclaimed Rotunda reopened this Saturday after nearly two and a half years of renovations, much to the delight of students and community members alike.
Op/Ed: The Real Solution to Reducing Campus Sexual Assault
UVa’s response to the ongoing issue of sexual assault, which appears on its “Not On Our Grounds” website, is the following: “each of us has the power to step in and help someone we believe might be vulnerable to sexual violence.”
Z Society Disavows Forged Letter Endorsing Trump
On Tuesday morning, copies of a forged Z Society letter purporting their backing of Donald Trump were posted around Grounds. The letter, which has since been disavowed by the Z Society, cited America’s decline in character and the importance of the University’s role in the 2016 election as the reason for its proud endorsement of Trump.
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UVA Football Looks to Spoil Duke's Homecoming Game
After four non-conference matchups that have presented mixed results in the beginning of the Mendenhall era, the Virginia football team travels to ACC-rival Duke this Saturday to open up the conference schedule.
NCAA Student Managers Need Love Too
When you go to see a Division I college team compete, you are most likely there supporting for a few obvious reasons. As a fan, you are certainly excited to watch the players, to see the coaching staff, and the growth of the team overall from game to game. There is a very small percentage of people at that game or match that recognize the student managers for the respected team.
Ranking the NFL's Undefeated Teams Through Week 3
Through the third week of the 2016-17 NFL season there are only five remaining undefeated teams – the New England Patriots, the Baltimore Ravens, the Denver Broncos, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Minnesota Vikings. Some of these perfect 3-0 records are to be expected, while others have reached this mark despite...
Week 3 NFL Power Rankings: Why Run When You Can Throw?
With three weeks already the books, this year, like any other, has had its share of surprises. Sure the hapless Bears, Saints, Jaguars, and Browns are winless, while the consistently excellent Patriots, Steelers, and Broncos sit...
Sports, Period. 9/23/16
The Sports, Period. team talks UVA Football, UVA Soccer, and gives your Rundown on UVA Sports.
UVA Football to Host 3-0 Central Michigan on Saturday
The Virginia Cavaliers football team, 0-3, return home this Saturday to face off against the Central Michigan Chippewas.
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Entertainment News from WUVAonline
Lumineers Concert Connects Students from all Over Virginia
On Tuesday night, the popular folk-rock band the Lumineers played for a sold out crowd in Charlottesville at the Pavillion. While the crowd was heavily represented by UVa students, people from all over the Commonwealth came to see the Grammy-nominated group.
Human/Ties Festival Celebrates the Humanities at UVA
Beginning Wednesday, September 14th UVa will host the Human/Ties festival, a four-day celebration held in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the National Endowment for the Humanities. This forum will feature a wide variety of panel discussions, interviews, film screenings, art exhibits, and more.
Lake Anna: The Perfect Summer Day Trip
With a little more than a month left before fall semester starts, some Hoos may be running out of fun destinations to visit during this summer, especially with their summer budget getting smaller and smaller.
Located less than an hour and a half away from the University, one fun destination for a day trip is Lake Anna, Virginia.
X-Men: Apocalypse – An Entertaining Commercial
Bryan Singer’s last installment of the X-Men “First Class Trilogy,” while fun and entertaining, leaves a lot to be desired. The film relies on a constant build up of tension and events that should lead to an incredible climax. Yet the climax, or boss battle, is not incredible.
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