Catherine Griesedieck


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Student Council, Office of the Architect plan memorial garden reconstruction

The Student Council Arboretum and Landscape Committee and the Office of the Architect Buildings and Grounds Committee announced plans to reconstruct the Student Memorial Garden between the Special Collections Library, Newcomb Hall and Clemons Library in order to fulfill the needs of the University community in times of grief and mourning.

Students, facutly host 'Teach-In'

The University’s Women, Gender & Sexuality Program hosted a “Teach-In” Wednesday in response to the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control’s March 18 arrest of third-year College student Martese Johnson and other events over the past year. Faculty members were invited to speak about how the recent events at the University relate to their own work.

Revised ethics legislation sets lower cap on campaign gifts

The Virginia House of Delegates passed a new ethics reform bill Tuesday which tightens certain restrictions of the reform bill passed last year. The new bill sets a $100 cap on gifts for political campaigns and strengthens the independent advisory panel created in the 2014 bill.

Student group holds Ebola Awareness Week

Student group Action Against Ebola is hosting Ebola Awareness Week this week to raise funds for and student awareness of the outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.