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The University calls on individual students and organizations to adhere to student self-governance in order to hold one another accountable for public health guidelines.
87 percent of students surveyed “agree” or “somewhat agree” that they could adapt to taking large courses online.
President Ryan noted that the University will discuss modifying tuition rates if fall semester courses are also online.
There are more than 60 UBikes available in 17 locations around Grounds, including outside Clark Hall, Newcomb Hall and the Aquatic & Fitness Center.
There was a heavy traffic build-up on Jefferson Park Avenue as a result of the incident.
The area around the garage was closed for nearly an hour and a half after the accident, resulting in a heavy traffic build-up on Jefferson Park Avenue this morning.
The panelists praised the University for its long-standing commitment to educating students and conducting research on topics related to preserving democracy.
Jim Ryan sat down with The Cavalier Daily Feb. 27 in Madison Hall for a 30 minute interview to discuss a range of topics.
Paulina spoke in detail to the 40-person audience — more than half student protesters — about how a past home burglary incident convinced her to apply for a conceal carry permit.
At their meeting Sunday, UJC Members discussed the implications of implicit bias in their role as adjudicators for students who violate the University's Standards of Conduct.
The FYJC holds its own trial for sanctions to determine a fair and reasonable punishment, separate but under the supervision of UJC. Khanbabayev (left) and Moreira (right) both said that attempts to correct student violations should be rehabilitative and educational in nature.