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Several low-income University students who lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic say their off-Grounds landlord threatened them with Honor charges if they did not pay rent by Monday, April 6. Failure to pay rent is currently included in the Honor Code’s definition of stealing and students who are found guilty will be permanently expelled from the University.
University Dining workers were laid off by Aramark — a University dining service provider — when their workplaces were shuttered during the University’s transition to long-term online learning.
All classes will remain online throughout the semester, and Final Exercises will not proceed as planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic, University President Jim Ryan and Provost Liz Magill announced in an email to members of the University community Tuesday night.
Gov. Ralph Northam declared a state of emergency during a press conference Thursday afternoon in response to the continued spread of the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Virginia. The Commonwealth recorded its first known coronavirus case Saturday at Fort Belvoir, and had 17 presumptive positive cases as of press time, including one in Central Virginia.
Dozens of community members gathered in Court Square Sunday night for Beloved Community CVille’s slave auction block vigil to honor the enslaved people of Charlottesville, many of whom were sold into bondage outside the courthouse.
Nearly 200 community members gathered at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center for a sold-out discussion Sunday, moderated by University History Professor Brian Balogh, with a panel of prominent activists who discussed social justice organizing.
Reconciling an institution’s past controversies with the comparatively liberal present is a challenge that often surfaces when assessing its favorite historical figures. The University faces this challenge directly when addressing the legacy of its first president, Edwin Alderman. Though Alderman is notable for his leadership and contributions to the University community, an increased awareness of Alderman’s involvement with eugenics and ties to white supremacy has begun to overshadow his integral role in the University’s development, and complicates the community’s task of coming to terms with its history.