Courtney Stith


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DACA recipients question future

As Trump ends the DACA program, about 30 students are wondering how they will continue their education and way of life in the U.S. 

Which mental health service is right for you?

“How are you doing this week?” was the standard question third-year Kinesiology student Carley McQuain heard when she attended weekly sessions at the University’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services.

Anne Holton campaigns for Clinton in Charlottesville

Anne Holton, former Virginia secretary of education and wife of Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, hosted a campaign volunteer appreciation event Friday on the Downtown Mall to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

U.Va. to create multicultural center

After two years of work between the Office of the Dean of Students and the Multicultural Student Center Initiative, the University will be opening a multicultural center in fall 2016.

Rat creates power outage in Old Dorms

McCormick Road Residence Areas lost power for over an hour Thursday evening. The blackout resulted from a rat which burrowed into an electrical switch.

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