Category Archive: Social

#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

#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

#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

#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

#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

#64: Compete in Trivia Night at Mellow Mushroom

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If you’ve ever tried to go to Mellow Mushroom on a Wednesday night, you know how intense Trivia Night can be. Even though the competition begins at 9p.m., trivia fanatics know that you… Continue reading

#11: Volunteer in the Charlottesville Community

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(Some Clark Elementary students during their annual 5K Run/Walk) For many students, there are so many opportunities and events on grounds it can be easy to get stuck in the “UVa bubble.” But… Continue reading

#72: Sled Anywhere on Grounds

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When we were children, we all loved the winter weather – which meant snow days, building snowmen, and of course – going sledding. In college, we still appreciate the rare snow day that… Continue reading