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Hundreds of students and community members gathered on South Lawn Friday evening for a vigil mourning the death of thousands of Palestinian civilians in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. The vigil was organized by Students for Justice in Palestine, and co-hosted with other student groups, including Young Democratic Socialists of America, Dissenters and many others who also helped to organize the Oct. 25 walkout.
Formal and informal acts of remembrance dotted Grounds today, as events were held and students sought to remember the lives of Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry, the three student-athletes who lost their lives one year ago.
Author André Aciman spoke about his identity as a Sephardic Jew and the unique challenges of Jewish identity around the world at the keynote opening presentation for the Inaugural Conference on Jewish Life in the Diaspora Sunday. The event was organized by the Jewish Studies Program, an interdisciplinary program in the College of Arts and Sciences that offers both a major and a minor, as well as graduate degrees.
Interim Dean of Students Cedric Bernard Rucker spoke to The Cavalier Daily about his position and top priorities since he assumed his interim position Aug. 1. Here are his thoughts on challenges he has faced so far, rewarding experiences and what ultimately brought him back to Charlottesville.
Ix Art Park, a nonprofit known for its organization and involvement in several Charlottesville-area arts events and exhibits, has announced that it will be pausing operations because of funding challenges. Five full-time employees were removed from the payroll as part of the ongoing pause.
The University Judiciary Committee processed 14 cases between January 1 and May 1 — 10 individual and four organizational cases per the spring 2023 statistics report. There are six individual cases pending.
When a pyrotechnic machine ignited packing peanuts during a March party at the Kappa Sigma fraternity, the dance floor was set ablaze — quite literally. The University Judiciary Committee and Inter-Fraternity Council have issued sanctions against the fraternity, striving to improve safety regulations for all fraternities at future events. Criminal charges are currently being considered against at least one individual.
In compliance with Virginia law, University employees — including contracted and student workers — will no longer have access to TikTok and WeChat on University-issued devices or University networks, according to an email sent to the University community Friday. The law follows years of concern over data privacy and national security risks from the Chinese-owned apps.
Graduating students will have the opportunity to say goodbye to legendary Newcomb Hall staff member Ms. Kathy at a free breakfast event hosted at 1515 before the graduation ceremonies on May 20 and 21. Breakfast — which starts at 6 a.m. — will include free breakfast burritos and coffee, as well as one last hug and some words of encouragement from Ms. Kathy.
From studying pregnancies in rural settings to developing support systems for tuberculosis patients, 29 Center for Global Health Equity scholars are gearing up for a summer of international research. Through the CGHE’s research grants, these students will travel abroad to engage in interdisciplinary research related to topics in global health equity.