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  • Remember Yeardley Love

    Remember Yeardley Love
    George Huguely is guilty of murder. He went to the apartment of his on-again, off-again girlfriend, University of Virginia classmate Yeardley Love and, in a drunken rage, broke through her door, confronted her about infidelity, grabbed her, shook her,...
  • On U.Va. campus, Huguely trial a sobering moment

    On U.Va. campus, Huguely trial a sobering moment
    Sarah Wooten played lacrosse at her high school in Woodbridge, Va., but when she decided to go to the University of Virginia last year, her parents suggested she look elsewhere for extracurricular activities. "Maybe sports teams your first year isn't a...
  • George Huguely's father convicted of DWI

    George Huguely IV, whose namesake son was convicted of second-degree murder this winter for beating University of Virginia student Yeardley Love to death while in a drunken rage, pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving while impaired by alcohol, according to...
  • The legacy of Yeardley Love

    The legacy of Yeardley Love
    Katherine Williams, a second-year student at the University of Virginia, never had the opportunity to meet Yeardley Love. But like other students who arrived on campus after Love's death in May 2010, Williams lives with her legacy. "I took a class on...
  • On Huguely's behalf, silence

    On Huguely's behalf, silence
    The Charlottesville jury recommended a sentence of 26 years for George Huguely V for the murder of Yeardley Love. Ms. Love's village continues to mourn her death; Mr. Huguely's village is mortified and silent. The phrase "It takes a village to raise a...
  • Lacrosse a victim of stereotyping

    Susan Reimer's recent column ("For lacrosse parents, a tragedy too familiar," Feb. 23) points, once again, to the unfounded argument that somehow the sport of lacrosse is to blame for the senseless tragedy of Yeardley Love and George Huguely. Ms....
  • Has UVA learned from Huguely case?

    The silence from the University of Virginia in regard to the case of George Huguely V and Yeardley Love is deafening. There was excessive alcohol abuse and domestic violence that no one reported. Many students saw this and did nothing. Administrators and...
  • Moving Forward after the George Huguely Trial

    After tragedy caused by human dysfunction, the resolve always is not to forget. The end of World War II brought global resolve not to forget Nazi crimes against humanity and to prevent future atrocities. Decades later, genocide continues.Closer to home is...
  • Where were George Huguely's parents?

    The editorial regarding the verdict in the Yeardley Love murder case ("Remember Yeardley," Feb. 26) left out a very important item when trying to piece together why the incident happened and what everyone should learn from it. It lays most of the...
  • It's OK to take pride in lacrosse

    It's OK to take pride in lacrosse
    Lacrosse is more than a sport in Maryland; it is a critical part of our culture and our very spirit. Marylanders are leaders in the world of lacrosse, and as a "Maryland lacrosse mom" I am a proud member of that culture. When my son was 3 months old, he...
  • Lacrosse is not the problem

    I recently finished reading Susan Reimer's column about the disgrace of lacrosse as a sport and the detrimental actions it encourages ("For lacrosse parents, a tragedy too familiar," Feb. 24). I don't know her background in lacrosse, but from what I...
  • George Huguely may seek retrial in Yeardley Love case

    George Huguely may seek retrial in Yeardley Love case
    Lawyers for a former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend have asked a judge for a hearing on a motion to have the case retried. George Huguely and his lawyers appeared in Charlottesville Circuit...