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The four panelists included (from left) Halle Buckles — a fourth-year undergraduate student and the outgoing president of Native American Student Union — and Joanna Ajex — a member from the Women’s Initiative which provides mental health services to women.
Arts and Entertainment had the opportunity to sit down with three members of the four-person group — third-years Evan Frolov, Marshall Perfetti and Ever Hernandez.
The failures of the caucuses abundantly clear to anyone who stood in the line that wrapped around Burley Middle School, where the Charlottesville caucus was held.
“Art of Protest” orchestrates a collection of black-and-white photos and objects depicting a long history of dissent throughout the twentieth century.
Barbie’s menu keeps it simple with a pork burrito, chopped bowl, guacamole tostada and tacos as the only possible entrees.
The Pigeon Hole french toast was crispy on the outside and moist but not soggy on the inside.
This whole “fitness” trend seems like a marketing ploy to get me to spend hundreds of dollars trying to attain a physique that’s primarily determined by genetics. F*ck that. I’m getting cheese fries.
The food truck “Got Dumplings” is owned by Phung Huynh and her sister Kynnie Wong.
Arts & Entertainment Editor Dan Goff interviews three of four members of band, Inning.
Public school educators around the country have been taking to the streets to object to the fact that they have to teach the future generations on a salary that makes McDonald’s look like a private equity firm.
The fliers made the claim that both the University administration, including University President Teresa Sullivan, and StudCo are mere puppets of Hoos for Backgammon.
I selected the breakfast tacos, which consisted of two tortillas, your choice of corn or flour, filled with scrambled eggs, melted pepper jack cheese, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo and your choice of a protein.
The resolution passed unanimously with four abstentions.Third-year Commerce student and representative Billy Hicks, who was present at the meeting, decided to abstain from voting on the resolution.