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RG 32/216 -

Records of The Virginia Eagle


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.3 Cubic Feet (1 archival box)

Scope & Contents

The Virginia Eagle was founded in 2002 as a “non-partisan political quarterly published by the University of Virginia School of Law.” Stephanie Russek, Ian Bryan, Lynne C. Fogarty, Kevin G. Ritz and Joseph Tubin were the founders of the new student publication that "wanted to explore the events that unfold far outside of our bucolic quadrangle, in “The Real World”.”

The Virginia Eagle had a short life and became inactive in 2004.

Collection Description

seriesRG 32/216-2010 Records of The Virginia Eagle, 2002 - 2004Box 1
itemThe Virginia Eagle, Vols. 1-2. (Four Issues), 2002 - 2003Box 1
fileThe Virginia Eagle Agreement with the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia and University of Virginia Guidelines for Student Organizations, 2002Box 1
fileThe Virginia Eagle Articles of Incorporation with the State of Virginia and Statement of Resignation to the Commonwealth of Virginia, 2002 - 2004Box 1
fileLaw School Foundation Grants. Proposals and Allocations, 2002
fileLaw School Grants. Proposals, 2002 - 2003Box 1
fileLaw School Student Organization and Journal Space Use Agreement., 2002 - 2003Box 1
fileUniversity of Virginia Student Council. First Allocation to The Virginia Eagle, Manuals and Instructions, 2002 - 2003Box 1
fileThe Virginia Eagle, taxes, 2003Box 1
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