#7: Streak The Lawn

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UVA is known to be a pretty fit campus.  Each day, you can see hundreds of students working out or running around Charlottesville.  If you want to see some of UVA’s most seasoned… Continue reading

#73: Witness the Purple Shadows on Jefferson’s Birthday

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April 13th is a time for celebration at the University of Virginia. Founder’s Day (Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday) marks a time for ceremonies, celebratory events and secret society activities. The List of 113 Things… Continue reading

#87: Use the 21 Box on the Lawn

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#87 on the list is one that goes well with picnicking on the Lawn. While you are enjoying a beautiful UVA day, munching on your Bodo’s or Take-It-Away, and making memories with your… Continue reading

#33: Watch the Sunset From Humpback Rock

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When looking for a challenging hike with a spectacular view, Humpback Rock is the place to go. Whether it’s at sunrise or sunset, you surely will not regret it. Recently, I visited Humpback… Continue reading

#94: Go Wine Tasting.

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Charlottesville is home to many wonderful establishments: Monticello, the University of Virginia, countless wonderful dining spots…and of course, an inexhaustible amount of top-notch vineyards.  We have compiled a list of some of Charlottesville’s… Continue reading

#63: Eat a Picnic on the Lawn

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When the weather is warm, and you want have a fun, relaxing time, eating a picnic on the lawn is a great outdoor activity! On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, my boyfriend and I… Continue reading

#71: Cheer for the Lacrosse Team at Klockner Stadium

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(image source) If you haven’t caught a lacrosse game yet this season, April is the perfect month to make room in your schedule for a trip to Klockner Stadium. As the men’s team… Continue reading

#10: Experience Late Night at Little John’s

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When’s 2 a.m. and you’re hungry, you’ve got a few options for late-night munchies on the Corner. You could grab pizza, tacos, or Dunkin Donuts Munchkins. However, no late-night dining is quite like… Continue reading

#56: Study in the McGregor Room

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When looking for a quiet and stress-free atmosphere, many UVA students flee to the McGregor Room, located on the second floor of Alderman Library’s East Wing. Known as the “Harry Potter Room,” this… Continue reading

#105: Eat at Crozet Pizza

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The Corner is home to delicious pizza joints such Mellow Mushroom, Christian’s, but there is one restaurant that serves arguably the best pizza in the Charlottesville area – or even the world, as… Continue reading

#106: Support Someone Who Does St. Baldrick’s

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UVA students pride themselves on engaging in a diverse range of activities on Grounds. From the start of our time at the University, we are given the opportunity to sign up for a… Continue reading

#50: Take Advantage of “Half-Price Thursdays” at IHOP

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Thirsty Thursdays….more like Pancake Thursdays!  With IHOP’s “Half-Price Thursdays” deal, students with a valid college ID get a 50% discount on entrees from 6pm-6am. You have to admit, there’s nothing better than a… Continue reading

#69: Grab Some BBQ in Belmont

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There’s a reason why Belmont BBQ is consistently ranked high on Charlottesville’s best BBQ list. It’s fast, delicious, and reasonably priced comfort food. While my previous posts have been about new experiences and… Continue reading

#89. Hang out at a Final Friday Reception at the U.Va. Art Museum

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Museums and fun are not normally two words we put together in a sentence.  After crossing #89 off your bucket list, though, you won’t hesitate to admit you had an awesome time at… Continue reading

#8 Paint Beta Bridge

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Beta Bridge is a UVA tradition, a billboard, a work of art, a giant memo board for students to use as they please. It is graffiti at it’s finest, constantly changing and attracting… Continue reading

#60. Stargaze at Open Observatory Night at O-Hill

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“O-Hill” often makes people think of the cafeteria-style food we all ate three (or more) times a day during our first-year.  Unless you took any of the intro-level astronomy classes to fill UVA’s… Continue reading

#78 Participate in a Sorority of Fraternity Philanthropy Event

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The past few months, Mad Bowl has been more suitable for ice-skating than frolicking. As winter starts to thaw, however, you may have noticed a sharp increase of fratstars out with their puppies,… Continue reading

#104: Go to Breakfast at Pigeon Hole

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Charlottesville is a town filled to the brim with great restaurants. In fact, many residents boast that the city has more restaurants per capita than the great New York City. With all of… Continue reading

#42: Check Out One of CVille’s Breweries

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For this post I decided to go to Starr Hill Brewery, located in neighboring Crozet. I took one of their brewery tours and learned a lot! (They offer them Saturdays and Sundays at… Continue reading

#75: Get Artsy at the Fine Arts Café

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If you’re ever in the mood for delicious food and a great place to study, you have to check out the Fine Arts Cafe. Located in Campbell Hall, this cafe predominantly caters to students in… Continue reading