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In the three years I’ve written for The Cavalier Daily, this is the first time I’ve ever penned something in the first person, or something containing my own opinion. Though not shy, I’m often a private person who does not publicize my internal thoughts or share my perspective. Working for our news staff was the perfect job for me because I enjoyed managing the paper’s most difficult section, but I didn’t feel compelled to push across my opinion to our readership, attend any sporting events or entertain anyone.
Secretary of State John Kerry gave his inaugural public address Wednesday morning in Old Cabell Hall, speaking on a wide range of foreign policy topics, but also a share of domestic issues, including the ongoing sequestration battle in Congress.
Prosecutors in the trial of former University lacrosse player George Huguely yesterday read from email correspondence between Huguely and ex-girlfriend Yeardley Love, in which Huguely said, “I should have killed you.” Huguely stands accused of the first-degree murder of Love.
By 11:20 p.m. Tuesday, the major media networks declared President Barack Obama the winner of Ohio and the 2012 presidential election. Obama will be sworn into his second term Jan. 20, 2013.
By 11:20p.m. on Tuesday night, the major networks declared current President Barack Obama the winner of Ohio and the 2012 Presidential election. Obama will be sworn into his second term on January 20, 2013.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama spoke at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Thursday afternoon as part of a two-week tour of the East Coast promoting the teaching of compassion within education systems. He spoke of how spiritualism can survive in an increasingly secular world.
A single sheet of white, standard-sized paper with unadorned and purposeful type seemed out of place hanging on a door in the University’s centerpiece property. “2008 Resolution: Unless the Rotunda is on fire, we are out of here by 6 p.m.!” it read, with the “2008” crossed out and each successive year through 2012 handwritten and subsequently stricken down the side of the page.
The Board of Visitors appointed attorney George Keith Martin as its new vice rector Thursday evening following the June resignation of former Vice Rector Mark Kington. Martin, who will serve as the University’s first African-American vice rector, will succeed Rector Helen Dragas next July as chairman of the Board.
The storm may have dissipated, but a few clouds still linger from University President Teresa Sullivan’s botched ouster as the Board of Visitors convenes on Grounds Thursday for the first time since June.
Rector Helen Dragas’ history with firing presidents runs deeper than her botched ouster of President Teresa Sullivan this June.
The Democratic National Convention kicked off last night from Charlotte, N.C. with appeals to youth voters who will likely prove central to the political conversation in the coming weeks.
The University announced today a new agreement to distribute several courses online beginning in fall 2013 through a new partnership with Stanford-based education-technology corporation Coursera.
Gov. Bob McDonnell today reappointed Helen E. Dragas to the University Board of Visitors after several weeks of her being at the center of the widespread uproar around Grounds.
President Teresa A. Sullivan and Rector Helen Dragas entered the Rotunda Board Room together, tellingly, 10 minutes after others in the room had all taken their seats. Their shared entrance set the conciliatory tone of today’s meeting, during which the Board of Visitors unanimously reinstated Sullivan as the University’s president.
Approximately 1,500 members of the University community gathered at the Rotunda Sunday afternoon for the third time in six days to call for the reinstatement of University President Teresa A. Sullivan. The Rally for Honor marked two weeks since University Rector Helen Dragas announced Sullivan’s resignation in a University-wide email.
McIntire School of Commerce Dean Carl Zeithaml stepped away from his role as University interim president designate Friday, saying he was “walking a tightrope” until the Board of Visitors convenes Tuesday to possibly make a final decision on the employment of President Teresa A. Sullivan.
There is going to be a vicious, finals-esque fight for the #1 Bodo's ticket at this rate. #bov #needcaffiene
The University's Board of Visitors will reconvene Tuesday in the Rotunda's Board Room to "discuss possible changes in the terms of employment with the President," according to a University media alert, and could potentially reverse the controversial decision that led to President Teresa A. Sullivan's forced resignation.
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Mark Kington resigned from his post as the Vice Rector of the Board of Visitors Tuesday afternoon, saying he hoped his departure could help bring about “a needed healing process at the university” following the Board’s abrupt ouster of President Teresa A. Sullivan on June 10.