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Centers for students of color on Grounds are incredibly valuable to the University community.
Americans are finding it increasingly difficult to develop shared goals.
Placing the responsibility on University students to care for themselves when an emergency arises is not enough
Thomas Jefferson does not need defense.
It feels as though a lack of thought and consideration has been put into dealing with student concerns and addressing fears as well as a physical time delay in reporting.
"Before we rip our monuments down — a process which I am all for in many cases — we should pause for a moment and think about what they can teach us."
An analysis of the current safety measures demonstrates a wide variety of issues, from a lack of adequate transportation to a narrow range of ambassador zones.
Financial aid does a good job of getting people in the doors, however, it does little to combat the inequality that exists amongst the lives of students here at the University.
A man who owned and raped his fellow human beings should not be honored with a day of remembrance or even statues in the middle of campus.
For students staying in the Charlottesville area, U.Va already limits in-person gatherings to 10 people — a policy it has enforced since Oct. 13.
The University has continued prevalence testing over the break, and required that students staying in Charlottesville be tested once a week at the Central Grounds garage.
Mientras que los casos a través del estado aumentan, el distrito de salud Thomas Jefferson vio una reducción en casos con un índice de resultados positivos de 2,1 por ciento a través de siete días.
Despite rumors that Prof. Leopold had been told to resign or has been terminated, the McIntire School confirmed to The Cavalier Daily that Leopold continues to work at the School.
Junior guard Kihei Clark will certainly be the Cavaliers’ primary ball-handler, as he proved last season that he can step up when called upon.
While cases across the state tick up, the Thomas Jefferson Health District has seen a decline in cases with a seven-day positivity rate of 2.1 percent