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NEW UVA LOGO STRESSES "CAVALIER" IMAGE
Published May 1, 1995
The UVA Licensing Department unveiled four new graphic designs. Two of the marks feature a "sabre-wielding Cavalier on a horse, while the other two designs are progressive wordmarks emphasizing" the school's "Cavaliers" nickname. With assistance from the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), New York-based graphics firm Sean Michael Edwards Design (SMED) helped design the new logos. Among SMED's clients are the NHL Panthers and NBA Raptors (CLC). CORRECTION: Friday's story on the status of the college bowls should have reported that the Peach Bowl is indeed searching for a title sponsor. In addition, the Peach Bowl does not have a guaranteed payout, but simply follows NCAA guidelines.