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Picture this: You are a first-year writer for The Cavalier Daily’s life section, overexcited to be at the University and involved in the paper. You were just published for the first time, and feel as though you are bound to be the Rory Gilmore of The Cavalier Daily. Logging into your University email, your heart suddenly drops when you see a message from a stranger — you’ve just received your first hate-mail.
1. The granola bar in the bottom of your backpack
For most of the 15,669 undergraduate students at the University, Nov. 8 presented the first opportunity to vote in a presidential election. Throughout the day, students descended upon the polls to exercise their civic duty.
While the Khan name has been frequently evoked at this point in the national election, some forget the person behind the name. Army Captain Humayun Khan, a 2000 College graduate, was remembered by fellow classmates as a calm and thoughtful friend.
The Black Student Alliance hosted College Day Friday, Oct. 14, with local Charlottesville high school students. The event sought to encourage college attendance and expose students to the University.
1. Katie Couric
University students engaged in Hazing Prevention Week — spanning Sept. 19-23 — aiming to bring to light the harmful behavior of hazing. The U.Va. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team campaign, entitled “These Hands Don’t Haze,” gave students the opportunity to pledge their support throughout the week.
Reading Days, Oct. 1-4
While many students utilize the University Transit Service to get to and from class, most are unaware of the training and care of the driver behind the wheel. Almost entirely student-driven, UTS allows students a flexible work schedule to make money while balancing their academics.
While the Cavalier Marching Band usually echoes through Grounds and fills Scott Stadium on game days, this week, the band is bringing its good ol’ cheer to the Big Apple.
Nathan and Emily met on Saturday at 2 p.m. and went to Duck Donuts.
Joe and Shweta met at 1 p.m. at Clemons Library and walked around Grounds.
Although the University seeks to serve the student body in a variety of ways, a group of students noticed a void in what the University provides for students. The Multicultural Student Center Initiative — an organization with the goal of opening a multicultural resource center for students on Grounds — was born to fill this void.
Brendan and Jessica met at the Rotunda at 7:00 p.m. and went to The Biltmore on the Corner.
The first month of school is filled with constant adjustments and non-stop activity. By September, students breathe a sigh of relief as things begin to calm down — that is, until the great housing “crisis” begins.
Sean and Grace met at the Rotunda at 7 p.m. and went to Lemongrass on the Corner.
As classes start to pick up, reading assignments pile up and midterms draw near, most students begin their countdown to fall break and look forward to the extra days as an opportunity to relax. Participants in Alternative Fall Break, however, kick into overdrive in their mission to serve the Charlottesville community.
Rohan and Kiley met at the Rotunda at 6 p.m. and went to The Virginian on the Corner.
A first look at the University for incoming students and a steadfast tradition for those returning, University Program Council’s Welcome Week 2015 is anticipated to be as exciting as ever.
Chase and Isela met at the Rotunda at 7 p.m. and went to Café Caturra on the Corner.