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SAS Students Try Their Hand at Kung Fu
Swords were whipped through the air, feet were flying, and bodies were flipping. Everybody was Kung Fu fighting in Beijing on Thursday. As part of a six-day tour of China, a group of Semester at Sea students and lifelong learners spent a morning visiting the Beijing International Kung Fu School.
"Fortune Assists the Daring:" Cornell’s First Female President to Receive Distinguished Alumna Award
“Fortune assists the daring.” So goes the family motto of Elizabeth Garrett, Cornell University’s first female president and this year’s recipient of the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center Distinguished Alumna Award.
Two Virginia Tech Students Charged with the Murder of 13 Year Old
Two Virginia Tech students have been arrested for the murder of 13 year old Nicole Lovell from Blacksburg, Virginia, who disappeared from her home last week.
UVa Student's Online Jewelry Site Flourishes
Second year LeiLei Secor created an Etsy shop when she was a sophomore in high school; she has since started her own website and cultivated a global online presence.
Save Clem 2? Student Opinions On New Advising Center
Reporters Robert Shimshock and Abby Diaz investigate student responses to the renovations taking place on the second floor of Clemons Library.
OPINION: Trump Can't Get Out of his Own Way
The latest drama in the never ending soap opera that is the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump came and went this past Thursday with his boycott of the Fox News Republican Debate.
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Virginia Basketball Wins 7th Straight
The Virginia Cavaliers avenged their harsh January 4th defeat last night against rival Virginia Tech with a 67-49 home victory. This “commonwealth clash” triumph gave Virginia their 7th consecutive win.
Some key players along with the Cavalier’s usual stifling defense made it happen. Anthony Gill led the Cavaliers with 16 points while Isaiah Wilkins followed with a career high 14. Malcolm Brogdon, a usually prominent player on offense, took a more defensive role in which he manned up with Tech's Seth Allen to keep him from making plays.
February 9, 2016
The Sports, Period. crew talks UVa Basketball, Track and Field and Wrestling then gives your weekly Rundown on the remaining UVa sports.
UVa Sports Weekly Recap
#9 Men’s Basketball (19-4): 61-47 Win vs. Boston College, 64-50 Win at Pitt
The UVa men’s basketball team cruised past Boston College on Wednesday in Charlottesville. Virginia dominated both sides of the floor, as great defense limited BC to shooting only 27% in the game, while an explosive Wahoo...
Men's Tennis Crushes Elon, Furman In Double-Header
The Virginia Men’s Tennis Team won soundly in their double-header match on Saturday against Elon. Within half an hour, No. 1 and No. 3 doubles were off the court with wins. No. 1 doubles partners Ryan Shane and Luca...
Cavaliers Win Big on the Road
The No. 9 Virginia Cavaliers (19-4, 8-3 ACC) traveled to the Oakland Zoo on Saturday where they defeated the Pittsburgh Panthers 64-50 to continue their six-game winning streak.
Malcolm Brogdon led the ‘Hoos with 21 points while London Perrantes contributed 14 to the winning effort.
Super Bowl Preview
The Grandaddy of them all, the Super Bowl! One of these teams was predicted by most to play this weekend and the other is quite a surprise that went through ups and downs all season long. Quarterback issues ravelled the Broncos this season as they switched between the old vet Peyton Manning and his mentee Brock Osweiller. Osweiller did some heavy lifting for the team, and they definitely would not be in the Super Bowl without him, but ultimately this team has relied on Peyton to get them to this point. In most likely his last season, Peyton has struggled mightily. He has thrown for 2,249 yards, 9 scores, and a whopping 17 picks. He looks worn out and a foot
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Entertainment News from WUVAonline
Seriously Funny: BoJack Horseman Review
Over the past 5 years Netflix has become a haven for programs that may be too bold or creative for network television. As a result numerous Netflix originals have received critical praise and recognition. Netflix allows the creators to stay true and honest to their visions, rather than censoring or controlling the content. One of the best examples of this and my personal favorite is BoJack Horseman.
Coming to You Live: Upcoming Concerts
A new semester entails more work and the pressure to push yourself to do the best you can. What better way to soothe your stress than with music? For those of you looking to stay local, check out the following artists coming to the Charlottesville area this year:
UVa's Best Moments of 2015
The start of the spring semester symbolizes a fresh start which many students are using to their advantage. This can be seen through their hard work and determination as well as motivation to take new interesting classes to raise their GPAs.
December Events to Look Out For
‘Tis the season to be overwhelmed and extra-studious because finals are upon us. Luckily, UVA has some events going on this month to give you an excuse to step foot out of the library.
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