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TBTN hosts sexual violence awareness Vigil

The University hosted a vigil by Take Back the Night Foundation to generate awareness about gender-based sexual violence and give survivors of sexual assault an outlet to speak and share their stories.
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Gillespie raises $2.2 million during first quarter

Ed Gillespie, the likely Republican nominee for the Senate in Virginia, recently announced his campaign raised $2.2 million in fundraising in the first quarter. In addition, three out of five donations made to the Gillespie campaign were from Virginians and donations came from a wide variety of areas including 89 different counties across the state.
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Tech pays $32,500 Department of Education fine

Virginia Tech paid a $32,500 fine in February after a review by the United States Department of Education (DOE) concluded that it failed to respond appropriately during the 2007 mass shooting.__
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Administrators, student leaders discuss tuition increase

University officials and student leaders met Friday to discuss implications of the proposed tuition hike for the 2014-15 academic year. The budget, which puts forth a 4.3 and 5.9 percent increase in overall tuition and fees for in-state and out-of-state undergraduate students, respectively, will be put to vote at this coming Wednesday’s Board of Visitor’s meeting.
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BOV member Goodwin appointed Gillespie campaign co-chair

University of Virginia Board of Visitors member William H. Goodwin Jr. was appointed as a finance committee co-chair for Ed Gillespie’s senatorial campaign Wednesday. Gillespie, a communications consultant and former White House aide, is the likely Republican nominee for the Virginia seat in the Senate currently filled by Sen. Mark Warner.
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Virginia Supreme Court says FOIA does not cover faculty emails

The Virginia Supreme Court ruled Thursday to uphold the decision to deny the American Tradition Institute access to the emails of Michael Mann, a climate scientist and former University professor, staying consistent with the Prince William County Circuit Court’s previous ruling.
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