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Writers for The Cavalier Daily’s abcd magazine often produce some of the best journalism the newspaper has to offer. From mental health to the Black Bus Stop to white supremacy, the magazine beautifully reports on topics that go untouched or aren’t covered in the same way by other sections.
In conversations about increasing diversity at The Cavalier Daily, both in content and staffers, the News and Opinion sections are typically at the forefront. This makes sense — these two sections are usually the most well-known among the University community and largely control the discourse about the paper, making the inclusion of a variety of stories and viewpoints extra important.
From the football team’s next matchup to the women’s soccer team’s latest win, the Sports section has it all for game previews and recaps. The problem? That’s all it has.
The Health and Science section writes articles that span a variety of topics — where’s the best place to exercise in Charlottesville on a budget? What is the University doing to promote energy conservation? What was the effect of Clark Hall’s $2 million water and energy infrastructure upgrade?
I recently read a tweet by “The Black Sheep UVA” account that listed, “CIOs that take their job too seriously.” At the top of their list was “cav daily.”
On the final day of fall semester exams, students leaving the Central Grounds Parking Garage would find a woman in the payment booth wearing holiday-themed reindeer antlers, smiling and waving cheerfully to those handing her their white parking slips and crisp dollar bills. The woman’s name is Jada Howard, and this was one of the last times she would be doing this.
Last August, two Latinx Lawn residents hosted a gathering in their rooms to welcome both new and returning Hispanic and Latinx students back to the University. A festive occasion turned sour when officers from the University Police Department broke up the gathering just before 11 p.m., as the last of the students present were preparing to leave. Those in attendance characterized one of the officers’ behavior as “aggressive” and said the first years who were there were “terrified.”
Third-year Engineering student Courtney Baugh said her mom submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid in early October 2017, shortly after the application became available. She followed the University’s financial aid to-do list throughout the year, sending Student Financial Services everything it requested to process her financial aid award.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Approximately two dozen individuals gathered in Lafayette Square across from the White House Sunday afternoon to commemorate the deadly Unite the Right rally last August in Charlottesville. Although a much larger demonstration was expected — the rally’s permit estimated between 100 and 400 protesters — the white supremacist demonstrators were greatly outnumbered by thousands of counterprotesters, who assembled in the opposite side of the park, separated by police and barricades.
With this weekend marking the one-year anniversary of last August’s deadly rally in Charlottesville, a group of white supremacists will head to the nation’s capital for a sequel to last year’s events.
当新泽西第一夫人Tammy Murphy出席在新泽西Morristown进行的Women’s March活动时，她表示她原以为只有几千人会参加。但是据报道，在UVa监事会分享了她曾经在UVa读大二时被性骚扰的经历后，在场的人数高达15000人。
When New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy attended the Women’s March in Morristown, N.J. last Saturday, she said she expected a few thousand people to be present. Instead, the crowd was reportedly as large as 15,000 people when the U.Va. Board of Visitors member shared that she was sexually assaulted during her second year at the University.
The City of Charlottesville announced Monday evening that it is denying Jason Kessler’s permit application to hold an event in Emancipation Park on the one-year anniversary of the Aug. 12 “Unite the Right” rally.
A new Title IX complaint has been filed against English Prof. John Casey by former student Sharon Harrigan. This is the third complaint filed against Casey in November, accusing him of sexual and gender-based harassment.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was warmly welcomed to Grounds Tuesday afternoon with a standing ovation to deliver the closing remarks for the Women’s Global Leadership Forum, hosted by the University’s Morven Programs. Her speech was titled, “Women and 21st Century Democracy: The Path Forward.”
Translated by Jingnan Sun and Ying Dai
距离佛吉尼亚州长竞选投票日还有一周，19%的学生称他们仍不确定支持哪位候选人。据Cavalier Daily调查显示，53%的调查者表示他们将投给民主党候选人Ralph Northam，19%的调查者表示他们将投给共和党候选人Ed Gillespie，4%支持自由意志党候选人Cliff Hyra.
With Election Day less than a week away, 19 percent of students say they are undecided on for whom they support in Virginia’s gubernatorial election. In a poll conducted by The Cavalier Daily, 53 percent of respondents indicated they would vote for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam if the election were held today, compared to 19 percent who would vote for Republican Ed Gillespie and four percent for Libertarian Cliff Hyra.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be the headlining speaker for the Women’s Global Leadership Forum, which will be held at the University Nov. 13-14.
Kirstjen Nielsen, a 1999 graduate of the University’s School of Law, will be the next secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, pending confirmation from the U.S. Senate. Nielsen currently serves as the principal deputy chief of staff in the White House.
Saturday afternoon’s Bicentennial football game was met with a protest organized by the Black Student Alliance in order to support both the demands from the “March to Reclaim our Grounds” and those who have taken a stand against white supremacy.