Katherine Ballington


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Due process, Title IX, campus sexual misconduct panel held

A panel on due process, Title IX and campus sexual misconduct was held at the Caplin Pavilion at the University Law School Wednesday evening. After concerns of poor representation on the panel, Student Council decided yesterday to no longer sponsor the event.

Sweet Briar College to close following 2015 academic year

Sweet Briar College announced Tuesday it will be closing permanently after the end of the 2015 academic year. The liberal arts women's college cited “insurmountable financial challenges” as the reason for its Aug. 25 closing.

University works to reduce suicide risk what CAPS director terms "all-out blitz"

In what Counseling and Psychological Services Director Tim Davis has termed an “all-out blitz,” the University has been aggressively working to reduce suicide risk and build prevention efforts following a difficult fall semester, involving both Counseling and Psychological Services and Madison House in the process.

Honor multi-sanction referenda on student election ballot

Honor Committee elections and referenda voting open online Friday. In addition to electing representatives, students will have the opportunity to vote on the referenda to change the current Honor single-sanction system. The referenda are comprised of three proposal — the first two are binding constitutional amendments and the third is non-binding.