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Over a year after coming forward with claims that he was racially profiled and intimidated by the University Police Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2011, U.Va. Law School alumnus Johnathan Perkins returned to the University last Thursday for an open conversation at an event in Caplin Pavilion. The event was organized by the University’s Black Law Students Association.
Starting this year, the University Judiciary Committee no longer required applicants to take a preliminary multiple choice and short answer exam to become a member. UJC announced this summer that it would be reforming its application process so that students could apply for appointed positions.
Fifth Congressional District candidates, Democrat Leslie Cockburn and Republican Denver Riggleman, squared off Friday evening at Garrett Hall for their third debate, sparring over immigration, taxes and support of the Trump administration.
Last October, the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies became a full-fledged department in the College after years of appeals and requests by members of the institute. Since achieving departmental status, the institute has hired two new faculty members and seen an active increase in enrollment for courses.
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine began a three-day campaign swing through Virginia with a stop at his regional campaign office in downtown Charlottesville Friday afternoon for a meet-and-greet with members of the University Democrats. Kaine was also accompanied by Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District candidate Leslie Cockburn where they spoke about the importance of students being engaged in the upcoming statewide elections.
Virginia State Police spent around $3.1 million assisting the City of Charlottesville on the one-year anniversary weekend of the white nationalist rallies of Aug. 11 and 12, according to information released by officials Thursday.
The University Judiciary Committee gathered Sunday night to hear a presentation on its growing partnership with the Office of the Dean of Students and how UJC should work with accused students going forward.
The University Board of Visitors’ Buildings and Grounds Committee met in the Rotunda Wednesday to approve the schematic designs for the Student Health and Wellness Center, along with other new and continuing projects.
The University Board of Visitors Buildings and Grounds Committee met in the Rotunda Wednesday to approve the schematic designs for the renovations to Alderman Library, the Student Health and Wellness Center and the new softball stadium, along with other new and continuing projects.
During its first general body meeting of the semester earlier this month, the University Judiciary Committee announced its plan to create a committee tasked with analyzing and publishing historical UJC documents on its website in an effort to provide access to the materials for students. The materials are expected to be released early next year.
One year after the white supremacist tiki-torch rally at U.Va., hundreds of people joined student activist group U.Va. Students United this past August to protest white supremacy and the heavy police presence in Charlottesville on the anniversary weekend of last summer’s violent rallies.
This fall, the University will welcome more than 4,000 new students to Grounds — most of whom will be learning how to navigate a college campus for the first time. There are a number of transit services that can get students where they need to go, whether to class, the Corner or to the Downtown Mall — these include the University Transit Service, Safe Ride and the Charlottesville Area Transit bus system.
The Albemarle County Police Department released preliminary figures Saturday evening stating there were five arrests made at this year’s Foxfield Races. One of the five individuals arrested was a University student.
The University Judiciary Committee held its last general body meeting of the semester Sunday night. Kevin Warshaw, a third-year Engineering student and newly elected UJC chair, asked Andy Petters, assistant dean of students at the University, to talk to members about how Housing and Residence Life decides to refer students for trial by the UJC.
Third-year College student Robert Andrews was elected Tuesday evening as the College Republicans Chairman for the 2018-19 academic year. Andrews will succeed third-year College student Adam Kimelman in the position.
The College Republicans hosted Bill Kristol, conservative commentator and editor at large of The Weekly Standard, Tuesday night in the Physics Building for a discussion on modern conservatism and the future of the Republican party.
Law student Peter Bautz sat down Sunday with Cavalier Daily Associate News Editor Nik Popli to discuss his experience as University Judiciary Committee chair for the 2017-18 school year. Bautz talked about the accomplishments of the Committee and what he hopes to see in the future.
The University Judiciary Committee undertook a number of initiatives during their 2017-18 term. Law student Peter Bautz sat down with The Cavalier Daily to discuss his experience as UJC Chair for the 2017-18 school year and the accomplishments of the Committee. Bautz highlighted eight key initiatives the UJC took on this past year.
The University Judiciary Committee reviewed case statistics from the past term as well as a breakdown of delivered admonitions during their general body meeting Sunday. The analysis found violations of nearly every standard was broken, and the committee administered 88 admonitions ranging from hours of community service and educational classes to expulsion. The committee also delivered support officer awards.
The University’s celebration of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month began with celebrations of the cultures, traditions and histories of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States Wednesday with an opening ceremony featuring Virginia Del. Kathy Tran (D-Springfield).