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Tuesday, May 5, 2020



Legendary NFL coach Don Shula passed away Monday at the age of 90. Shula is best known for being the head coach of the Miami Dolphins for 33 years, but his humbel beginnings were much more Hoo-centric.



@UVAWomensSoccer sophomore Rebecca Jarrett used her creativity to raise funds for Feeding America. Jarrett designed “Quarrantine Tees” and sold them with 100% of the profit being donated to the charity, the cash being the equivalent of 6,000 meals. If you would like to see more of her work or find out how to help out her drive, check out her Instagram page

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UVA Today is continuing its series of feature stories on graduating fourth years. Today they are profiling @UVASquash’s Sarah Doss, a fourth-year student from Richmond who helped lead the UVA squash program to new heights, will look to put some of the lessons she’s learned in her economics major to use in her new job in the affordable housing sector. Check out the full profile here



May the Fourth is #StarWarsDay with many of our sports going out of their way to show off their Nerdspeak on the topic. Yesterday’s @Home With the Hoos ws a special edition with the self-proclaimed World’s Biggest Star Wars Fan, Sean Doolittle. UVA Football got into the game with the post below. Our favorite, however, is the video above of two very unlikely Star Wars fans, @UVAWomensHoops seniors Lisa Jablonowski and Felicia Aiyeotan. One is an old-school purist with some strong Han/Leia shipping thoughts and the other is a little more of a new school John Boyega fan. Give it a watch above. And #MayTheFourthBeWithYou. Always.