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Israel Fest, a joint collaboration between Hoos for Israel and Brody Jewish Center, was held for the first time in Lambeth Field on Friday. The festival is a celebration of Israeli culture and included attractions for attendees such as a live camel for attendees to pet and take pictures with.
Rep. Tom Garrett (R-Va.) introduced a bill March 15 seeking to do away with the prohibition of assault and high-capacity weapons in Washington, D.C.
The Power, Violence and Inequality Collective at the University welcomed Asst. African American Studies Prof. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor from Princeton University on Wednesday for a public lecture entitled “Black Lives Matter in the Trump Era.”
President Donald Trump’s ascension to the presidency has raised many questions regarding the status of DACA students, or those who are protected under former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy of 2012. These students are given a deferral of deportation if they arrived in the U.S. as children.
Democrat Heather Hill announced her candidacy for Charlottesville City Council at the central branch of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Feb. 21.
The University’s Information Technology Services and the Information Security, Policy and Records Office will continue to use phishing simulation exercises to promote cyber safety and awareness for cyber scams.
This week, House Bill 2001 was tabled in the Virginia State Senate. Sponsored by Del. Charles Poindexter (R-Glade Hill), the HB 2001 would require the University to cooperate with U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement on enforcing federal law.
Ragged Mountain Running Shop, a well-known family-owned business on the Corner that sells gear for runners, celebrated its 35th anniversary last Friday. Opened in January 1982, Ragged Mountain is the oldest running store in Virginia.
The Board of Visitors recently approved the creation of the Student Advisory Committee to the Strategic Investment Fund, which will give the student body greater input into the decision-making process regarding the SIF.
An open discussion with the design team for the memorial for enslaved laborers to will be built on Grounds met with the University community Monday. The memorial will commemorate the enslaved laborers who built the University and who have remained largely hidden from the historical narrative in the surrounding area.
The University is opening a satellite campus in 2021 as part of a collaboration with Inova Fairfax Hospital. The new campus is expected to host 30-50 faculty members in addition to research teams and medical students.
As a swing state, Virginia has been a focal point throughout the entire 2016 presidential process. Virginia has voted Republican in every election between 1968 and 2004, only to switch and vote Democratic in 2008 and 2012. That change came when the President Barack Obama was up for election — beating both the 2008 Republican candidate John McCain and the 2012 Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The Democratic Party won those races by 52.6 percent to 46.3 percent in 2008 and 51.2 percent to 47.3 percent in 2012.
Every year at midnight on Oct. 31, the P.U.M.P.K.I.N. Society releases its annual list of carved pumpkin recipients, who are chosen due to their outstanding contributions to the University community.
In the Nov. 8 election, voters registered in Charlottesville will choose to vote not only for the president but also for the representative of the fifth district in Congress. Democratic candidate Jane Dittmar and Republican state Sen. Tom Garrett are running head to head for the seat.
The University Office of Admissions denied having a “special relationship” with a Chinese education company accused of admissions fraud in an investigative report Reuters published Friday.
University students and faculty were part of the 66.5 million people who tuned in to watch Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump participate in the second presidential debate Sunday. The debate, moderated by both ABC Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and co-anchor Martha Raddatz and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, was held at Washington University in St. Louis.