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Take a walk through the University Bookstore, through the aisles of licensed Nike merchandise and orange hoodies, and you’ll find everything from an infant’s sabre onesie to a Rotunda teacup and a puppy cheerleader dress. With a seemingly endless array of options, fans can purchase nearly any piece of gear imaginable — given such a high output, maintaining high ethical standards for the manufacturing of these products requires a high level of commitment.
The University held a Veterans Day Ceremony Tuesday that concluded a 24 hour vigil in remembrance of prisoners of war and those missing in action. The ceremony opened at 4 p.m. as the heat of the day died down, on the steps at the North side of the Rotunda.
The Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program, which provides access to chronic kidney disease screenings in medically underserved communities, recently opened a chapter at the University last fall. The organization has already held two events in Charlottesville and will hold their next free screening at Charlottesville’s Southwood Boys and Girls Club Nov. 18.
Graduate students in the School of Architecture have been working with Cultivate Charlottesville, an organization that centers around combatting food inequality in Charlottesville, to design plans for a proposed community garden in Booker T. Washington Park. Students worked with community members throughout the design process to maximize local impact.
The Honor Committee held a training for due process guidelines and continued their consideration of a community service sanction at their meeting Sunday. With 20 out of 27 members present, the Committee met quorum and was able to vote on matters concerning the constitution and bylaws.