Polls

Mar 09, 2012

Where did you study as a student?

  • Alderman
  • Clemons
  • Other UVA libraries
  • My room
  • Other

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Where We Study

Where We Study
During finals week, students contemplate and learn in shared spaces

Feb 05, 2012

Where do you think the men’s basketball team will finish in the ACC standings?

  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • Fourth
  • Fifth or lower

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Feb 03, 2012

What is your favorite thing about post-grad life?

  • Getting a paycheck (no matter how small)
  • Having time for the hobby that you never had the time for as an undergrad
  • Meeting new people
  • Life without homework
  • Meeting up with fellow Hoos around the world

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Feb 03, 2012

Have you gone green?

  • Yes! As green as they get.
  • Started to make the switch, but not there yet.
  • I recycle occasionally.
  • No, haven’t thought about it.

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Saving Green

Saving Green
Rethinking energy use

Feb 03, 2012

What’s your favorite thing about Charlottesville in the fall?

  • Football games
  • Other U.Va. fall sports
  • Autumn foliage
  • Halloween on the Lawn
  • Virginia Film Festival

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Feb 03, 2012

Football season is on the way. What side of the fence do you fall on?

  • Sundresses/Coats and Ties
  • Sea of Orange

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Feb 03, 2012

Of these Charlottesville food traditions, which is your favorite?

  • Bodo's
  • Littlejohn's
  • The Tavern
  • Spudnuts
  • The Whitespot

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Feb 03, 2012

Which prominent UVA alum would make the best graduation speaker?

  • Tina Fey
  • Brit Hume
  • Katie Couric
  • Tiki Barber

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Feb 01, 2012

The Rotunda’s roof is leaking and needs to be replaced. What should the new roof look like?

  • Like the current one
  • Stanford White's copper dome
  • Jefferson's chalky gray shingles

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This Old Academical Village

This Old Academical Village
Preserving a national treasure

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Highlights

The First President

The First President

UVA’s first president introduced the modern era, but some of Edwin Alderman’s progressive notions were anything but.