Martese Johnson to speak at TEDx Charlottesville in November

Fourth-year College student Martese Johnson is set to give a TEDx talk in Charlottesville in November. He said his talk will address his bloody arrest last March at the hands of Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control officers, and more broadly the condition of black Americans throughout the country.
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U.Va. Career Center prepares students for on-Grounds interviews

The University Career Center on Tuesday began its first on-Grounds interview prep week, a series of events designed for University alumni within certain industries to give students feedback on resumes, interview skills and other job application materials.
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Martese Johnson to speak at TEDx Charlottesville in November

Fourth-year College student Martese Johnson is set to give a TEDx talk in Charlottesville in November. He said his talk will address his bloody arrest last March at the hands of Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control officers, and more broadly the condition of black Americans throughout the country.
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U.Va. Career Center prepares students for on-Grounds interviews

The University Career Center on Tuesday began its first on-Grounds interview prep week, a series of events designed for University alumni within certain industries to give students feedback on resumes, interview skills and other job application materials.
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Martese Johnson to speak at TEDx Charlottesville in November

Fourth-year College student Martese Johnson is set to give a TEDx talk in Charlottesville in November. He said his talk will address his bloody arrest last March at the hands of Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control officers, and more broadly the condition of black Americans throughout the country.
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Second year problems

Each year at the University is unique and comes with its own set of new experiences and, occasionally, problems. 
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Lil Dicky’s debut album cements his talent as hip-hop artist

David Burd, better known by his stage name of Lil Dicky, released his debut album on July 31st. For those who don’t know of Lil Dicky: the rapper was popularized thanks to the viral music video for his song “Ex Boyfriend,” and for several other videos that followed.While the majority of Dicky’s work to date has been comedic, he did illustrate his rapping chops on his first mixtape “So Hard.” While Dicky’s new album expands upon his skill as a “serious” rapper, it still maintains the comedic character that gained his initial following.On the opening song of “Professional Rapper,” LD (as he calls himself) refers to his genre of rap as “anti-rap.” This is due to his atypical rap background, style and lyrics.
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​KHAN: Eliminate questions about criminal history

Administrators at New York University have devised a unique solution to the issue of collecting criminal record information on university applications. In May, NYU updated its admissions policy, postponing admissions reviewers’ ability to view applicants’ criminal records.
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