Meg Gardner


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Sullivan launches several new safety initiatives

At a Dec. 19 Board of Visitors special meeting, University President Teresa Sullivan announced several new safety programs set to begin in the spring semester, which include updating on Grounds cameras, partnering with Corner merchants to implement cameras, increasing on-Grounds lighting and lighted crosswalks, creating a patrol system around grounds, hiring new sexual assault counselors and hiring two Title IX investigators.

Deans respond to Rolling Stone article

Several University deans are seeking student advice on how to address sexual assault at the University and how to turn this feedback into a course of action.

University proposes updated sexual misconduct policy

The University posted its proposed new sexual misconduct policy Wednesday, more explicitly establishing how and by what means victims can respond to sexual assault, expanding the definition of what the University views as sexual assault and modifying the procedures surrounding the reporting and judicial processes related to circumstances of misconduct.

Bus Lines gets poetry competition moving

Charlottesville Bus Lines, a local association that solicits poetry from students and Charlottesville residents to display inside city buses, announced its annual contest this week.