Martese Johnson appears for initial court hearing following ABC arrest

The initial hearing of third-year College student Martese Johnson took place Thursday morning at the Charlottesville General District Court regarding his arrest last Wednesday morning. Johnson was released on bond, and is scheduled to return to the court May 28.
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New dorm to honor University slave family

The University Board of Visitors voted Wednesday to name Alderman Road Residence Hall Building 6 the Gibbons House in recognition of William Gibbons and his wife Isabella Gibbons, two slaves who worked in the Academical Village between 1840 and 1863.
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Transparency of tuition increase decision questioned

The Board of Visitors Finance Committee’s decision to approve a substantial tuition increase this week has been met with significant concerns about the Board’s lack of transparency throughout the decision-making process.
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Green Dot launches at University

The Green Dot Program held its launch event at the University’s Amphitheatre Thursday in an effort to familiarize the University community attendees with the program and to gather information on sexual assault bystander intervention. The program aims not only to train students to become better bystanders but also to encourage community engagement and mobilization against sexual assault and violence.
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Martese Johnson appears for initial court hearing following ABC arrest

The initial hearing of third-year College student Martese Johnson took place Thursday morning at the Charlottesville General District Court regarding his arrest last Wednesday morning. Johnson was released on bond, and is scheduled to return to the court May 28.
read more

New dorm to honor University slave family

The University Board of Visitors voted Wednesday to name Alderman Road Residence Hall Building 6 the Gibbons House in recognition of William Gibbons and his wife Isabella Gibbons, two slaves who worked in the Academical Village between 1840 and 1863.
read more

NEWS

Legislation proposes to remove ABC's law enforcement powers

The altercation between third-year College student Martese Johnson and Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control officers early Wednesday morning brought lawmakers’ attention back to legislation proposed by Senator Creigh Deeds to remove law-enforcing powers from the ABC.
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SPORTS

Weekend Previews: March 27-29

“The Skinny” on weekend matchups for track and field, baseball, men’s lacrosse, softball, women’s lacrosse, men’s golf, women’s tennis and men’s tennis
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LIFE

March sadness

I think it’s pretty clear, at least to Virginia fans, that March is the cruelest month. College basketball — college being the operative word here — is my favorite team sport, and March brings an overwhelming amount of meaningful games in rapid succession.
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