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I walked into The Cavalier Daily in 2016 like I wanted to run the whole show — and honestly, when I was a first-year, that was the end goal. But life happened — injuries knocked me out of commission, elections were lost and by the middle of third year, it became clear that the titles that had glimmered in my head for years were out of reach.
A staff member of the University’s Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center has tested positive for COVID-19, University President Jim Ryan announced Monday afternoon in a University-wide email.
This article has been updated to include additional statements from University spokesperson Brian Coy and president of the Queer Student Union Blake Hesson.
Messages including “DIVEST UVA,” “PEOPLE + PLANET over PROFIT,” “UVA PROFITS OFF DESTRUCTION OF OUR ENVIRONMENT,” “F—k UVA SAVE THE PLANET” and “DIVEST UVA from fossil fuel companies” were found graffitied in chalk across Central Grounds Saturday morning.
The University Office of Undergraduate Admission released its early decision offers for the Class of 2024 Friday evening. The University offered admission to 749 students, or 35 percent of the 2,157 people who participated in the early decision process, which requires accepted students to attend the University and rescind all other college applications.
The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Market Street Park was found vandalized Thursday night with “this is racist” spray-painted on one side of its base and “IMPEACH TRUMP” sprayed on the other.
The Honor Committee distributed an open invite to its weekly meeting to the University community via social media as part of their Popular Assembly initiative — a biannual effort required by Honor’s constitution to educate students and encourage their engagement with the Honor system and its leaders.
With the Nov. 5 general election just over a month away, and the Oct. 15 voter registration deadline only two weeks away, student groups are working to make sure all those eligible to vote are registered. In Virginia, all 100 House of Delegates seats and all 40 Senate seats are up for grabs, though there are no federal offices on the ballot this year.
Board of Visitors member Robert Hardie and his wife Molly Hardie made a $7 million gift towards the Athletics Master Plan and the new Student Health facility earlier last week, the University announced Tuesday.
The University of Virginia Press hosted a ceremony Thursday afternoon in the Rotunda Dome Room to commemorate its publication of “Educated in Tyranny: Slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s University” — a book about the history of slavery at the University and founder Thomas Jefferson’s involvement in bolstering pro-slavery, racist ideals.
Fourth-year College student Michael Marrow went to the University Medical Center Emergency Department Feb. 27 with chest pains. According to medical records provided by Marrow, he left with $636.25 in medical debt, and his insurance footed an additional $2,299.75. In a recent interview with The Cavalier Daily, Marrow said that at the time, he had no idea he owed anything.
After being closed for the entire 2018-2019 academic year for renovations, the first floor of Clemons Library reopened to the public last month.
Cayden Dalton, a former College student charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend after last year’s Wertland Street Block Party, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Thursday.
Four arrests, all for drunk in public, were made at Saturday’s 42nd annual Foxfield Races, according to data from the Albemarle County Police Department. The arrest count marks a decrease from previous years.
Student Financial Services is now requiring noncustodial parents to submit a College Scholarship Service Profile for dependent students applying for financial aid. Custodial parents and their dependent students, regardless of the parents’ marital status, must also submit a general CSS Profile if applying for financial aid.
Antuan Raimone — an actor in the Broadway shows “Hamilton” and “In The Heights” — spoke about his experiences as a survivor of sexual assault at an event hosted by the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center’s Gender Violence and Social Change program in Nau Hall Monday evening with an audience of about 15 people.
According to a community alert sent out to the University community late Saturday evening, a female victim reported that an unknown male had threatened to sexually assault her that afternoon.
English Prof. Jeffery Allen was charged with felony strangulation and misdemeanor simple domestic battery in November.
The University Board of Elections has begun preparing for its upcoming student election cycle, where candidates can run for positions on Student Council, Class Council, individual school councils, Honor Committee and the University Judiciary Committee.
In light of a sexual assault that reportedly took place before the start of Ambassador patrol one September evening, a data analysis initiated by the Office of Safety and Emergency Preparedness and feedback from Student Council, the Ambassadors program has recently undergone several changes — but some students argue there is more work to be done.