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I have never tried to be the one, and in fact, I dislike the feeling of pressure imposed on the representative. Since watching Chimamanda Adichie’s “The Danger of a Single Story,” I have become less eager to share my story. On the one hand, I do not have the privilege of always keeping people’s attention, either because I am not a native speaker or I do not have a sense of humor. On the other hand, I do not want my imperfect expressions to be mistaken by people who are eloquent and know how to kill others using words.
The University Judiciary Committee had its general body meeting Sunday, where members discussed hazing at the University and the upcoming UJC Awareness Week.
The University Judiciary Committee discussed UJC Awareness Week during its biweekly meeting Sunday.
The University Judiciary Committee had its general body meeting with its new members Sunday.
The Board of Visitors Buildings and Grounds Committee met Sept. 16 to discuss future plans for Brandon Avenue, as well as capital projects and the upcoming memorial for enslaved laborers.
The University Judiciary Committee held its general body meeting Sunday.
Two trustees of the Jefferson Trust Foundation recently committed $600,000 to the Jefferson Trust Endowment to fund University-wide projects in the coming years.
The University Judiciary Committee had its first general body meeting for the 2016-17 academic year Sunday. Members discussed the upcoming internal election, advertising and recruitment of new members and a planned timeline for trials.
The Association of Physical Plant Administrators, or APPA: Leadership in Educational Facilities, recently awarded the University’s facilities management department the 2016 Sustainability Award for its efforts to integrate sustainable practices into academic buildings and facilities.
Researchers at the University School of Medicine have recently discovered why strains of the hypervirulent C. difficile bacteria are so deadly.
In the 2015-2016 academic year, Madison House had more than 3,000 students work with 175 community partners in Charlottesville during weekly volunteering shifts.
In light of the recent tensions between African-Americans and police nationally, local community members are taking action to address racism and racial disparities in Charlottesville and the surrounding area.
Racially motivated gerrymandering and Virginia's redistricting decisions have recently become a focus in the high courts.
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline — which when completed will be a 600-mile route stretching through West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina to transport natural gas — is currently facing strong resistance from environmental advocates.
The University radio station WTJU is hosting its third year of “summer radio camp” for local middle school and high school students.
Several professors and members of the University community have reacted positively to Clinton’s pick of Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine (D) as her vice presidential running mate.
State legislators have joined former Rector Helen Dragas in questioning the process which led to the formation of the University’s $2 billion Strategic Investment Fund.
Virginia Delegate David Toscano held an annual fundraiser dedicated to the arts on Thursday evening at the Vinegar Hill Theatre.
On Saturday, the Charlottesville Lady Arm Wrestlers, or CLAW, held an armwrestling tournament to raise money for the nonprofit “Building Experiences.”
From July 18 to July 21, experts from the University's Miller Center will provide political expertise at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, OH.