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Pink Verify[edit]

I think that your edit to the ITSM article was eminently sensible :-) Welcome to Wikipedia! - Ta bu shi da yu 10:03, 24 August 2007 (UTC)

March 2008[edit]

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Yeah. You've got faster reflexes. Will (talk) 21:05, 10 March 2008 (UTC)

Re: Glee Club article[edit]

I'd be happy to do a fuller assessment - I'll take a look at in the next couple of days.--Kubigula (talk) 03:40, 23 March 2008 (UTC)

John T. Casteen III[edit]

I noticed your comments at Talk:John T. Casteen III and I wanted to let you know that I have changed that page from a redirect to an article. --TommyBoy (talk) 04:25, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

No problem, I came across that page because it was a redirect to the University of Virginia, apparently created because the original creator of the article only wrote that he was the President of the University of Virginia and posted a link to his biography of the University of Virginia website. In this case, I believed that the existing information should have been expanded upon rather than simply relegating the page to redirect status. --TommyBoy (talk) 14:49, 25 March 2008 (UTC)


College of Arts and Sciences[edit]

Heya babe. I took some of your suggestions to heart regarding the CLAS page, however I'm finding it near impossible to find anything regarding the history of the CLAS. If you see any links or books which could help out, throw them my way. I would love to see that article find its potential. I did go ahead and add a smattering of notable alumni from the CLAS website. Its just so hard to get information to distinguish between the University and teh CLAS itself. Anyway, thanks for leaving the feedback, and apologies for not getting back to you earlier. Queerbubbles | Leave me Some Love 11:45, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

Ahh, online archives... what would wikipedians do without you? Thanks for the info, and I'll take a looksie. Its gonna be a big project, but we'll figure it out. Queerbubbles | Leave me Some Love 14:21, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

Paul Goodloe McIntire[edit]

Thanks for your additions to (well, really, writing of) the McIntire article, Tim. I can see that it won't be a stub much longer. :) Eventually I'd like to have maybe a half dozen to a dozen sorely-needed Charlottesville Wikipedia entries started (like this one), and then point to them on cvillenews.com and encourage people to get to work on them. It would be interesting to see what would come of having regular folks -- that is, non-Wikipedians -- given an entré to contribute to entries on topics of local importance.--WaldoJ (talk) 21:00, 23 April 2008 (UTC)

Menchville High School?[edit]

Are you a loser? Why do you constantly patrol the Menchville article? Seriously, fuck off.

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Mystical seven memberships[edit]

In each case, the fact of membership is referred to the Mystical Seven page, where ample citations for memberships are provided. Following a user through wikipedia and posting after all their posts gives the impression of stalking. I am removing your [citation needed] notes as unintentional accidents. LesleyAnnWarren (talk) 22:39, 23 June 2008 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

In recent weeks, TFMWNCB recalls a series of exceedingly unpleasant interactions with User:129.133.124.199, User:P22575R15, User:Arrrgggh et al on the talk pages of Fraternity and Fraternity (disambiguation).

I knew there was something fishy going on, but lacked the energy or the technical means to investigate it.

I really wouldn't have minded the sockpuppetry, as long as the socks' edits were productive and the sockmaster's disposition collegial, but this guy is one belligerent and uncooperative (impolite epithet redacted). I guess I guess if he were a nice, unabusive guy, he wouldn't need the socks. Anyway, thanks for taking care of this.--The Fat Man Who Never Came Back (talk) 19:56, 29 August 2008 (UTC)

In case you missed it[edit]

Here's the result. Again, nice work! Keeper ǀ 76 20:22, 29 August 2008 (UTC)

Seven Society[edit]

This is not vandalism. -Jrcla2 (talk)(contribs) 03:01, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

Late night editing always has its downfalls. -Jrcla2 (talk)(contribs) 17:21, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

UVA SON[edit]

Hey, mate; sorry about that junk in the UVA School of Nursing thread. That jerk was someone who has a grudge against me; sad, they're an admin, and they can't even hide it- and they take it out on our school. Oi. Let me know if you need any UVA-centric help. Cheers. Ks64q2 (talk) 03:49, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

The Yellow Journal[edit]

You are invited to add SOURCED information to a new article, The Yellow Journal. StopTheSanity (talk) 14:14, 23 July 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for these great contributions. I have moved your fantastic NYTimes quote to the top section of the article to improve readability and flow. A few questions now arise: Have we listed two different mottos? Also, what was the publishing schedule from 1912-1920, if it was annually from '20-'35? Where can we find further verifiable WP:RS information on the '90s era edition? StopTheSanity (talk) 19:12, 23 July 2009 (UTC)
The Dabney source I linked suggests that it appeared for a few years after 1912 (by deduction, at least in 1912 and 1913) but is not specific regarding the specific years of publication. Virgo may help there. I fear verifiable information that hews strictly to WP:RS will be challenging to find, particularly if we rule out other college media as a source. We may be able to find information about funding/defunding the YJ in the Cavalier Daily for instance. Other information may require a trip to Charlottesville. -Tjarrett (talk) 19:31, 23 July 2009 (UTC)

Z Society[edit]

Despite Bruce's history, I would check the 1890's Corks & Curls to see what they called themselves when they published their member lists. I don't think it is Zeta. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.57.117.107 (talk) 05:46, 22 November 2009 (UTC)

Interesting point. I don't have access to the 1890s C&C, but I do see in some references that precede Bruce a few references to the Z Society, and none to the Zeta. Probably a good idea to put a little nuance in the article. -Tjarrett (talk) 00:20, 23 November 2009 (UTC)

Also, I'm pretty sure that I've seen advertisements and announcements in the Cavalier Daily for the "Z Society Distinguished Faculty Award," not the "Z Society Award for professors." —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.57.117.107 (talk) 05:49, 24 November 2009 (UTC)

Good catch. We call it by its full name ("Distinguished Faculty Award") in the lede but not in the body. I made that correction as well. -Tjarrett (talk) 16:57, 24 November 2009 (UTC)

Saw your recent activity on the Z page. Off the top of my head, just wanted to point out that other notable members include Shawn Moore (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shawn_Moore), named as the top quarterback in UVa football history (http://www.uvamagazine.org/sports/article/virginias_top_5_quarterbacks/); Bill Dudley (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Dudley), an NFL Hall-of-Famer for whom the Z Society Dudley Award (given to the top football player in his first year of play) is named; Robert Gooch, former University professor and dean; T. Munford Boyd, former University law professor; and Herb Bryant, inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and for whom Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium is named (http://www.thesabre.com/football/stadium/). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 96.255.154.22 (talk) 20:43, 27 November 2009 (UTC)

I'd love to list some of these folks, but haven't found a source yet that authenticates them as members. Will keep looking. -Tjarrett (talk) 01:08, 28 November 2009 (UTC)
All except Moore are probably listed in various Corks & Curls, which you can get in Alderman. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.57.117.107 (talk) 15:41, 7 December 2009 (UTC)
Ah, there's the rub. Until someone digitizes the back numbers, my ability to research those from almost 500 miles away is a little limited. -Tjarrett (talk) 00:49, 8 December 2009 (UTC)

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RE: The Lawn[edit]

Don't remember where I mentioned referencing issues. Bbut as for the slave, I was under the impression that there was only one slave owned by the university (and only in the country?), the others were probably owned by individuals instead of the school (Jefferson, etc). There was some room on the lawn he stayed in, probably a basement if I recall correctly. I was just looking for mention of this on the artciel itself.(Lihaas (talk) 00:11, 21 January 2014 (UTC)).

Thanks. It seems there were more slaves owned by the University than just the one. From a recent article in the UVA Alumni Magazine:

The University owned outright a handful of slaves. Jefferson himself, in his role as a member of the Board of Visitors, agreed to purchase a slave for $125 in January 1819. By 1830, the University owned four slaves. In 1832, the University purchased a slave named Lewis Commodore for $580, Henry Martin's predecessor as bell ringer. At any given time, however, there were as many as 100 or more slaves working on Grounds. (Wolfe, Brendan (Spring 2013). "Unearthing Slavery at the University of Virginia". Retrieved 2014-01-22. )

And while there is no mention of slaves living in the student rooms on the lawn, they appear to have lived in the "Pavilion and Hotel cellars" and in other outbuildings and additions to the buildings. These were primarily to house slaves belonging to the professors, as students weren't permitted to bring their own slaves to school. (Schulman, Gayle M. (May 2003). "Slaves at the University of Virginia". Retrieved 2014-01-21. ) Schulman calls Lewis Commodore "the only slave the University ever owned," but based on more current research this seems incorrect.
Long story short: there's certainly enough research to justify some mention of slavery in the article, if not a broader article on slavery at the University in general. I'll see what we can do. In the meantime, I'm removing the tag for referencing issues and leaving the tag for expansion. -Tjarrett (talk) 13:40, 22 January 2014 (UTC)
Which issue of our mag? Ah, that link.
btw- working on ground doesn't mean owned though
never said student rooms...other buildings and basements more likely
no probs
btw you stayed on the lawn?Lihaas (talk) 07:05, 24 January 2014 (UTC)
You're right regarding working on grounds ≠ owning. However, there is documentary evidence in a few cases, including Lewis Commodore, that the University did on rare occasions purchase slaves directly. Most of the slaves on Grounds either belonged to the professors or were hired by the University from their owners.
Yes, I was a resident of 3 West Lawn in 1993-1994.
I've moved my changes into the main The Lawn article. If you'd like to take a look and offer additional suggestions for improvement I'd be appreciative. -Tjarrett (talk) 14:28, 24 January 2014 (UTC)
That should suffice now, unless you want to create a seperate article. Not sure theres enough content for it though.
Wow, more thjan a decade before me. Have you see us win a game against Tech? This year was orse than AL Groh!Lihaas (talk) 18:05, 24 January 2014 (UTC)
Tech has always been a tough opponent. I remember the 1990 season -- we lost against GA Tech and then dropped most of the games the rest of the season including Tech. Don't remember any other games. -Tjarrett (talk) 18:52, 24 January 2014 (UTC)

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