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Car Flipped on Grady Ave., Road Closed
On Friday, a car flipped on the western-bound side of Grady Avenue next to the 14th street intersection.
College of Arts & Sciences to Pilot Historic Curriculum Changes
On May 5th, UVa’s College of Arts and Sciences faculty voted in favor of making comprehensive changes to the undergraduate curriculum. This is the first time in more than 40 years that significant modifications will be made to the core curriculum.
Pulitzer Prize Winner T. Christian Miller Discusses Journalistic Integrity
On Thursday afternoon, ProPublica journalist T. Christian Miller sat down with Media Studies professor Andrea Press for a discussion about journalistic integrity. Miller recently won a Pulitzer Prize for his long-form investigative story, “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” which examined how a legitimate rape case...
Cavalier Connections 05/01/16
News Anchors Mekenzye Schwab and Caroline Coleburn report on the new Contemplative Science Center and Terry McAuliffe's new Executive Order granting voting rights to felons. Correspondent Lucie Lyon discusses UVa's new sustainability plan.
Seeds for Sustainability: How two UVA Students are Bridging the Gap in Charlottesville’s Ecological Policies
If you’ve recently turned on your TV or even paid brief attention to Leonardo Di Caprio’s Oscar acceptance speech, you would be under the impression that sustainable living is a responsible no-brainer we should practice in daily life.
Sustainability at UVa: Beyond Earth Week
Last week, UVa and the greater Charlottesville community sponsored a series of events with various on-grounds organizations to celebrate Earth Week, leading up to Earth Day on Friday, April 22.
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A Sign of Life in the North
With all of the drama following the Thunder’s blowout victory in game 3 of the Western Conference Finals and Draymond Green’s “kick heard ‘round the world”, it’s pretty easy to forget that game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals is tonight.
The Sports, Period. team recaps UVA baseball's huge series win over Miami, UVA tennis' ACC tourney run, and the Stanley Cup Playoffs first round. Plus, Allegra and Mariel give you the Rundown on the remaining UVA sports.
UVA Sports 5/16-5/22 Recap
#8 Baseball (36-18) : 8-3 Win vs. Virginia Tech, 7-6 Win vs. Virginia Tech, 4-1 Win vs. Virginia Tech
The Eighth ranked UVa baseball team kicked off its three game series against rival Virginia Tech with an 8-3 win on Thursday. Sophomore Ernie Clement shined out of the lead off spot for Virginia, going 4-5 and scoring two runs. Junior Matt Thaiss helped clean things up, tallying three hits and four RBI’s, including a two-run home run in the sixth inning.
Virginia Baseball Takes 2 of 3 From Top-Ranked Miami
CORAL GABLES, Fla. — This past weekend, the University of Virginia baseball team (26-17, 11-10 ACC) traveled to Coral Gables to take on the No. 1 ranked Miami (30-8, 14-5 ACC) Hurricanes. The Hoos defeated the nation’s top team in two...
UVA Baseball Team Bus Involved in Accident
On Thursday evening, the UVA team bus crashed into 3 parked cars and a motorized scooter around 6pm after the bus driver lost consciousness.
All players, coaches, and team staff are okay, but the driver has been taken to Mercy Hospital in serious condition. Team staff administered CPR until Miami Fire-Rescue crews arrived.
The Sports, Period. crew talks UVA golf and baseball, plus Greta and Bryan give the Rundown on all the latest UVA sports news.
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Entertainment News from WUVAonline
Restaurant Review: The Local
Charlottesville is not only the home of the ‘hoos, but it is also home to some of the best restaurants. Us college students might not realize it, but we are beyond lucky to have an abundance of options to choose from when we are in the mood to treat ourselves to a plentiful meal.
The Alternative Guide to Foxfield Saturday
So you’re not a Foxfield person. Lucky for you, UVa and Charlottesville have much more going on this weekend than just the horse races (and a lot of it is free or much cheaper!)
UVa's Competitive Bhangra Team Reflects on Successful Season
On Saturday, UVa’s competitive co-ed Bhangra team finished their season at the Bhangra Blowout in Washington D.C. Though the team did not place this weekend, the UVa Di Shaan team did achieve top 3 honors in all of the other competition this season, an impressive feat for a young team.
Ten Things You Don't Want to Miss at Tom Tom
If you are looking for a cool way to spend your weekend then the Tom Tom Founders Festival is perfect for you. This festival is a Charlottesville staple which connects students and innovators through different events and promotes the importance of creativity.
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