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by Kaelyn Quinn | 1 hour ago

As September comes to a close, most upperclassmen have re-entered the academic mode. First years are continuing to acclimate to a new environment.
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Police employ drones in Graham investigation

by Kelly Kaler | 1 hour ago

Albemarle County Police employed the use of drone technology Wednesday in their continuing efforts to locate missing second-year College student Hannah Graham.
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Student plan to allow same-sex spouse benefits

by Jenna Dickerson | 1 hour ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2014/10/aetna-plan-lgbtq-benefits

The University announced Tuesday that students enrolled in the Aetna Student Health plan are now allowed to add either same- or opposite-sex domestic partners to their plans.
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Student wages held constant, cost of living not accounted for in University policy

by Meg Gardner and Sara Rourke | 1 hour ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2014/10/student-wages-decrease

Students doing multiple on-Grounds jobs reported the University does not adjust its salaries for inflation, or the general increase the price of everyday purchases over time. Student wages seem to be, on average, about 18 to 20 cents lower per hour than if they were adjusted for inflation.
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Cavaliers face Pittsburgh in ACC clash

by Grant Gossage | 5 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2014/10/cavaliers-face-pittsburgh-in-acc-clash

This Saturday evening, when the Virginia football team (3-2, 1-0 ACC) takes on Pittsburgh (3-2, 1-0 ACC), Scott Stadium will be the place to be. Following a third-quarter coast to victory over non-conference opponent Kent State, Virginia recognizes that a win Saturday versus an ACC coastal division foe would be an even bigger step in the right direction.
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by Kaelyn Quinn | 1 hour ago

As September comes to a close, most upperclassmen have re-entered the academic mode. First years are continuing to acclimate to a new environment.
read more

Police employ drones in Graham investigation

by Kelly Kaler | 1 hour ago

Albemarle County Police employed the use of drone technology Wednesday in their continuing efforts to locate missing second-year College student Hannah Graham.
read more

NEWS

Women's Center get $3 million endowment

by Katie Grimesey | 1 hour ago

The University’s Women’s Center announced a $3 million endowment Monday from Maxine Platzer Lynn, 1951 graduate of the Education School.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

The story of Tori

by Chanhong Luu | 5 hours ago

Senior outside hitter Tori Janowski has a chance to leave the University one of the school’s best volleyball players in the past decade — but her aim isn’t to climb the ranks with impressive statistics. It’s to lead the Cavaliers to their first NCAA tournament appearance in over 10 years.
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LIFE

The art of people watching

by Avery Moyler | 09/30/14 8:20pm

My father’s good friend always says, “Nothing good ever happens past midnight.” I beg to differ.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

Tom Tom Fall Festival fosters intimate, enriching experience for patrons

by Kristen Clevenson | 09/30/14 3:43pm

As University students and community members headed downtown to the Tom Tom Founders Festival event Friday night, the streets buzzed with chatter as the fall block party amassed a couple hundred participants to celebrate art and innovation in the Charlottesville community.From families to young adults, students to dogs, a large cross-section of interested parties came out to the McGuffey Art Center, blocking off 2nd Street for the celebration.
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OPINION

Finding the good

by Managing Board | 09/30/14 1:59am

We are not going to see incidents of gender-based violence disappear overnight. We must remember that tangible change will take time.
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OPINION

  • A matter of choice

    by Managing Board | 35 minutes ago

    For a school to create policies which impose or prohibit certain habits like smoking is to assert ...

  • FOGEL: Not the best choice

    by Jared Fogel | 41 minutes ago

    This demonstrates that students taking a multiple-choice test may focus too much on the recall aspect ...

  • Methods and material

    by Managing Board | 10/01/14 1:13am

    Delaware State University associate professor Cyril Broderick has recently come under fire for an ...










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