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by Owen Robinson | 12 hours ago

Honor Senior Support Officer Ian Robertson and Honor Support Officer Jaeyoon Park, both College third-years, have proposed three referenda which would establish a biannual honor system popular assembly open to the University student body, facilitate the Committee adoption of binding constitutional amendment by community vote and open to student discussion whether or not to change the single sanction policy.
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StudCo passes resolution addressing Boys’ Bid Night ban

by Kayla Eanes | 13 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2015/01/studco-passes-resolution-addressing-boys-bid-night-ban

Student Council passed a resolution Tuesday addressing the self-governance of sorority women, urging National Sorority Organizations to respect University principles of student self-governance as well as University-approved sorority safety plans.
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University will administer sexual assault climate survey

by Grace Erard and Tim Ford | 13 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2015/01/university-will-administer-sexual-assault-climate-survey

The University is planning to release a sexual assault campus climate survey this April in collaboration with the Association of American Universities — a survey which will be distributed among 29 nationwide institutions of higher education.
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University accepts 4,857 early admission applications

by Anna Pollard | 13 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2015/01/university-accepts-4857-early-admission-applications

The University delivered its first round of Class of 2019 admission letters on Jan. 23
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2015 rush numbers exceed previous year

by Anna Higgins | 13 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2015/01/2015-rush-numbers-exceed-previous-year

The number of participants in 2015 formal recruitment for both the Inter-Sorority Council and Inter-Fraternity Council’s spring rush saw an increase from last year.In total, 1,028 men rushed University IFC fraternities — a 10-person increase from last year.
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by Owen Robinson | 12 hours ago

Honor Senior Support Officer Ian Robertson and Honor Support Officer Jaeyoon Park, both College third-years, have proposed three referenda which would establish a biannual honor system popular assembly open to the University student body, facilitate the Committee adoption of binding constitutional amendment by community vote and open to student discussion whether or not to change the single sanction policy.
read more

StudCo passes resolution addressing Boys’ Bid Night ban

by Kayla Eanes | 13 hours ago http://www.cavalierdaily.com/article/2015/01/studco-passes-resolution-addressing-boys-bid-night-ban

Student Council passed a resolution Tuesday addressing the self-governance of sorority women, urging National Sorority Organizations to respect University principles of student self-governance as well as University-approved sorority safety plans.
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NEWS

Virginia Senate defeats gun regulation bills

by Reade Pickert | 13 hours ago

Two Virginia Senate bills addressing gun control, part of the numerous gun regulation bills moving through the Virginia legislature, were defeated Monday.
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FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Damned lies and statistics

by Matt Comey | 14 hours ago

There are lies, damned lies, and then there are statistics. And when it comes to Virginia basketball, traditional statistics horribly misrepresent the team’s actual performance.Just turn to the Cavaliers’ home page on ESPN. Prominently featured are a selection of four commonly cited stats: points per game, rebounds per game, assists per game, and field goal percentage.
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LIFE

The curse of the University

by Abigail Lague | 20 hours ago

Yesterday, my suitemate walked into my room inquiring about unofficial transcripts. When I asked why she needed to know, she replied, “I’m applying for a couple of government internships and a transcript is required.” Shocked by her tone of indifference, my reply went something like, “So, you’re applying for a government internship…that would put you in the government…like the U.S.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

The mess that is “Mortdecai”

by Christian Salcedo | 01/26/15 10:37am

“Mortdecai” is a lousy film, riddled by a weak and linear plot. The plot brings the audience to some attractive destinations — England, Hong Kong, Russia, and the United States — but the locales are wasted on the film’s lackluster premise and execution.The film’s protagonist — played by the ever-quirky Johnny Depp — is Charlie Mortdecai, an art-dealing English aristocrat who finds himself saddled with 8 million pounds of debt.
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OPINION

Moving forward

by One in Four and One Less and Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition | 11/21/14 2:38am

There is no easy solution. This will not be solved overnight. Yet, if we come together, we can improve our community’s treatment and awareness of this issue.
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OPINION

  • Regulate recruitment

    by Managing Board | 15 hours ago

    The potential for sexualization of hostesses in the recruitment process is problematic. Presenting ...

  • HORNE: Cause and effect

    by Lauren Horne | 15 hours ago

    The problem with the hashtag #JeSuisCharlie is it implies that if one does not stand with this publication, ...

  • Recalibrating campus police

    by Managing Board | 01/27/15 12:39am

    Campus police officers — or any police officers, for that matter — do not have to cease ...









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