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COVID-19 hospitalization rate remains over 15 percent

The weekly average of COVID-19 cases per day over the weekend decreased for both students and faculty, with a weekly average of 17 cases in comparison to 49 cases per day last Sunday to Thursday.

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ROBBINS: Make course selection less restrictive

By increasing the credit limit right off the bat, students would be able to sign up for a still entirely reasonable schedule immediately rather than having to wait until open enrollment starts a few weeks later with the risk that the courses they need will already be filled.

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Virginia basketball suffers a 77-63 defeat against hot-handed NC State

Albeit in defeat, junior guard Armaan Franklin paced the Cavaliers with fourteen points while sophomore guard Reece Beekman showed promise once again on both sides of the ball.

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COVID-19 hospitalization rate remains over 15 percent for seventh consecutive day

The weekly average of COVID-19 cases per day over the weekend decreased for both students and faculty, with a weekly average of 17 cases in comparison to 49 cases per day last Sunday to Thursday.

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The tireless pursuit of happiness

I recognize it’s important to keep my future in mind, especially as a college student, but my current state is also essential to consider.

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Burglary reported in 300 block of 14th Street NW

A victim described the suspects as three males with light complexion, one of whom was possibly wearing a dark coat or hooded sweatshirt.

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University rescinds employee vaccination rule following Youngkin executive order

The University will no longer require faculty and staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.

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U.Va. alumnus Todd Gilbert sworn in as Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates

Gilbert graduated from the University in 1993 with a degree in government.

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CANO-SANTIAGO: U.Va. needs to become a smoke free campus

The University should do its part in curbing this trend by working to reduce first and second hand smoke exposure and establishing a smoke-free Grounds.