Jefferson Trust awards over $630,000

The Jefferson Trust held an award ceremony Friday in Pavilion III, honoring and granting money to organizations and efforts in the Charlottesville area that have worked to better and uphold the University community. The group will give grants in 2015 totaling over $630,000 to at least 14 initiatives.
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Jefferson Trust awards over $630,000

The Jefferson Trust held an award ceremony Friday in Pavilion III, honoring and granting money to organizations and efforts in the Charlottesville area that have worked to better and uphold the University community. The group will give grants in 2015 totaling over $630,000 to at least 14 initiatives.
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Through the Cavalier Education Program, these students instruct a course for their peers, combining academic interests with a passion for teaching.
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Keeping up with Kardashian antics

The Kardashians returned to the E! network this past March and have proven to be as engaging as ever to “keep up with.” This season, viewers get an uncomfortably close peek into the lives of these women for the 10th time.
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​Student groups handled “American Sniper” right

By turning the viewing into an opportunity for dialogue about the state of Muslims in America and globally and how the film contributes to perceptions of Muslims, the MSA made it possible for the film to be contextualized. Students who may not otherwise question the presentation of Muslims and Middle Eastern individuals in the film had the opportunity to do so this weekend. In fact, it was probably better for students to watch “American Sniper” in this setting — a setting that ultimately forced them to think critically — than to see it at a movie theater where they may not view the movie the same way.
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