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The undergraduate class of 2023 has experienced profound challenges and loss, from a pandemic that prompted global lockdowns to a tragic shooting that shocked Grounds in November and resulted in the death of three students. Departing students shared the lessons learned about finding their place both within and beyond the University’s classrooms before receiving their diplomas and officially beginning the next chapter of their lives.
Rapper Baby Tate will be the first female artist to perform at the University Programs Council’s Springfest in more than ten years, joining rapper NLE Choppa. UPC also hinted that a third artist will be announced in the future, writing “⅔” in the caption of the announcement post.
The University of Virginia Medical Center was ranked the No. 1 hospital in Virginia in Newsweek’s annual “World’s Best Hospitals” guide. The Medical Center also ranked 42nd overall across the nation with a composite score of 70.83 percent, maintaining its ranking from last year’s list.
Dave Norris, former Charlottesville mayor and city council member, has declared his candidacy for the 54th district seat in the Virginia House of Delegates. Norris is running as a Democrat with a campaign primarily focused on reproductive freedom, affordable housing and mental health and education reform.
The Audit, Compliance and Risk Committee held its first meeting Thursday to discuss the Annual Compliance Report, as well as to evaluate changes made to safety and security since the events of Aug. 11 and 12, 2017. The Board of Visitors’ U.Va. Wise Committee met the following morning to discuss bylaw revisions for the College and heard updates from representatives on plans for increased enrollment and outreach.
After a string of thefts around first-year dormitories, the University Police Department is performing extra patrols around all on-Grounds housing areas. The decision comes after several bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters have been stolen from the racks outside dorm buildings within the past few weeks.
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Students and University members may have noticed a handful of abstract structures popping up around Grounds throughout the spring. These structures were public exhibits — parts of a larger project by Architecture students and professors in collaboration with architects across the country who hope to reinvent construction norms. The exhibits came to a close recently after decorating Grounds for nearly a month.
Fourth-year College student Sarita Mehta is entering into the final months of her tenure as student member of the Board of Visitors after entering the role in June 2021. While on the Board, Mehta has worked to connect as many students as possible with the Board and University administration in order to give them a voice in a body she feels many students feel disconnected from.