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The American Association of University Women of Virginia held a conference Saturday at the Doubletree Hotel in Charlottesville to celebrate the chapter’s ninetieth anniversary and address major issues, including campus sexual assault, human trafficking and the use of archives.
A special committee selected third-year Batten student Israel Vaughan to live in Lawn Room 1 West, the John K. Crispell Memorial Room.
The Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs hosted the final of Three Minute Thesis Competition Monday in the Harrison Institute & Small Special Collections Library. This academic competition challenges doctoral students to describe their dissertations within three minutes to a general, non-specialized audience.
Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones proposed a spending plan for the next fiscal year which would increase the city’s meals tax rate by 25 percent — raising the tax from four to five cents on every dollar. If approved, the increase would supplement the city’s 5.3 percent sales tax, resulting in a 10.3 percent combined tax for meals in Charlottesville restaurants.
University President Teresa Sullivan hosted a reception Thursday in the Special Collections Library to discuss the issue of sexual violence at the University. The reception covered a variety of issues, including the implementation of mandatory campus safety classes for students, how to better support survivors of sexual violence as a community and the issue of alcohol and partying.
Batten Prof. Raymond Scheppach, Batten faculty member Gerry Warburg and Center for Politics spokesperson Geoffrey Skelley held a discussion in the Batten School Thursday following the strong Republican showing in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
The Alumni Association hosted its annual “Cocktails and Conversations” for fourth-year students Thursday, offering an opportunity for students to network and meet University alumni who graduated with liberal arts degrees.
The appeal of former University student George Huguely V, who was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend Yeardley Love in May 2012, also a University student at the time, went before the Virginia Supreme Court this week. The Court received the initial petition in April and the court record in June. A hearing was scheduled this week to determine whether the Court would hear the appeal.
The University Federalist Society hosted Law Prof. Douglas Laycock Thursday to discuss his involvement as a defense attorney in the Supreme Court's Holt v. Hobbs case.
Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton spoke to members of the University Board of Visitors Thursday about problems within Virginia’s education system and potential solutions to address them.