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No. 2 Virginia women’s soccer takes down No. 17 Notre Dame in a tight ACC matchup

The Cavaliers and the Fighting Irish competed for 82 scoreless minutes before Virginia struck first — ultimately winning the ACC matchup 2-1.

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New Community-Oriented Policing Squad faces criticism from Law students

The letter contains the signatures of over 110 students and is undersigned by 12 organizations including the Black Law Students Association, the National Lawyers Guild at U.Va. Law and Student Council’s executive board.

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BACICA: The state of Virginia men’s soccer

As a historically elite soccer program, consecutive losing seasons now appears to be a reality for Coach George Gelnovatch’s program.

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Central American Disruption founder advocates for the disruption of disinformation

Garcia wanted more historical information about Central Americans to come from direct sources and the communities that were involved instead of from scholarly articles whose information was often incorrect.

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Men’s and women’s cross country teams perform well at the XC23 Invitational

Out of the nine schools competing in the men's categories, the Virginia men's team placed second, and the women's team placed second out of the eight schools in the women's categories.

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Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn canceled for second year in a row

The University made the decision with guidance from public health experts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to unvaccinated children and high-risk individuals in the Charlottesville community.

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Virginia football looks to extend winning streak to three games against Duke

The Cavaliers (4-2, 2-2 ACC) — beneficiaries of back-to-back missed game-winning field goals from their opponents — are heavy favorites Saturday against a Duke squad many have tabbed as the worst team in the ACC.

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U.Va. Library revises hours of operations for Clemons Library due to mask non-compliance

Clemons Library had to change their operating hours due to the behavior of some students towards library staff.

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O’REILLY: Why OERs are a great first step towards education affordability

U.Va. should move immediately to build a long-term infrastructure that will allow for a complete transition to open textbooks.

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Behind the history of 'The Good Old Song'

Written 128 years ago, “The Good Old Song” is Virginia’s unofficial fight song.