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The University’s recreation department has restructured the payment model for its intramural sports programs, requiring students to buy individual memberships for participation rather than paying to register by the team. The department also changed the platform that hosts intramural games to a software called Fusion Play.
Computer science faculty at the University have begun taking steps to set a precedent on the use of generative Artificial Intelligence in the classroom as its popularity with students continues to grow. While perspectives on its use vary, faculty appear to be open-minded about their students using AI.
Thousands of students flocked to Peabody Hall, South Lawn and the Amphitheater Monday in the August heat to find more than 500 organizations eager to recruit new members to their ranks. The activities fair hosted by Student Council lasted from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m and featured a wide spectrum of organizations ranging from the University Judiciary Committee to Challah for Hunger to the Barbell Club.
A new group of fourth-year students moved into the 54 historic rooms lining the Lawn in the heart of Grounds last weekend. Those living on the Lawn — widely known as “Lawnies” — take on the long-standing responsibility of helping cultivate its welcoming environment for all members of the University community.
As summer approaches, many University students look to sublet their living spaces as they leave Charlottesville, while a smaller group searches to find summer housing in the area. With a lopsided market given the volume of empty apartments versus a relatively low demand for subletting, students find themselves navigating an informal system and advocating for themselves to work out deals that benefit both parties.
Augie Maurelli, former associate vice president for financial operations, said he plans to be a “change leader” as the new Chief Financial Officer. Maurelli further hopes to improve the University by focusing on new financial managing software, safety initiatives and student financial accessibility from an operational perspective.