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Food-related CIOs plan to form food union

The proposed food union would be composed of the student leaders of each food-focused CIO and would meet twice a semester to coordinate food-related goals for the University.

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A Very Important Reminder

The summer time is when most fall victim to forgetfulness, but fear not, I am here to start the gears back up in your mind.

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Governor Youngkin appoints four new members to the Board of Visitors

Composed of 17 voting members appointed by the governor, the Board meets four times per year and is responsible for the long-term planning of the University.

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Robyn Hadley to serve as both Dean of Students and Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer

Historically, the Dean of Students has been a separate role within Student Affairs.

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EDITORIAL: Virginia cannot move backwards — keep abortion legal

Let us be clear — abortion should be kept legal in Virginia.

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EDITORIAL: Virginia cannot move backwards — keep abortion legal in Virginia

Let us be clear — abortion should be kept legal in Virginia.

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Burglary reported to the CPD in 1400 block of Virginia Avenue

The suspect entered the home before leaving in an unknown direction and was wearing a ski mask.

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Three Virginia swimmers claim medals for the U.S. at FINA World Championships

After helping Virginia women’s swimming and diving to its second consecutive national championship, three Cavalier swimmers returned to action to compete at the 19th FINA World Championships in Budapest to represent the United States.

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Three Virginia Swimmers claim medals for the United States at the FINA World Championships

After helping Virginia women’s swimming and diving to its second consecutive national championship, three Cavalier swimmers returned to action to compete at the 19th FINA World Championships in Budapest to represent the United States.

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“I felt my gut drop:” U.Va. community reacts to Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade

Currently, abortion is still legal in Virginia in most cases and there will be no immediate restrictions or changes.