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The American Indian Student Union was unanimously voted into the Minority Rights Coalition Sunday night, joining the ranks of six other organizations that serve minority groups on Grounds.
Wednesday's shooting at the University of Texas, Austin has highlighted the ever-expanding role that technology and social media are playing behind security and relaying information on college campuses.
NuRide, an organization that promotes "green" transportation, is now collaborating with the University to make carpooling easier for students.
New data collected by the U.S. Department of Education shows the number of students defaulting on their student loans has increased during the past year.
A recent study found that lack of a social life, childhood or adolescent exposure to domestic violence and symptoms of depression are major factors that can lead to suicidal thoughts in college students.
Kim Hazelwood, an assistant computer science professor at the University, recently joined the ranks of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
An official groundbreaking took place yesterday in Newport News, Va., for renovations and additions at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, or JLab, a center that University professors and students rely on for research.
This past Saturday at the Foxfield Races, police arrested 45 patrons for 51 different offenses, according to an Albemarle County Police Department press release. Sixteen of the offenders are students at the University, said Sgt. Peter Mainzer of the Albemarle County Police Department.
A new device known as a dual modality tomographic scanner, developed by researchers from the University's radiology department, has the potential to become more effective than mammograms for detecting breast cancer in its early stages.
A case calling for a restored ban of alcohol advertising in collegiate journalism publications was upheld by a federal appeals court fourth circuit last Friday. The majority opinion argued that such advertisements do not infringe on first amendment rights and encourage underage drinking.
Student Council's Diversity Initiatives Committee hosted a forum titled, "The Slave Experience at U.Va: uncovering the truth" last Monday.
Renowned Engineering Prof. Doris Kuhlmann
Gov. Bob McDonnell issued an executive order Friday that will establish a commission on higher education reform, innovation and investment.
University Medical School researchers concluded Wednesday that hand sanitizing is more effective against fighting the common cold than hand washing.\nThe research, fully funded by The Dial Corporation in Scottsdale, Ariz., was divided into two experiments.
The University recently discovered cracks in the Rotunda's columns, the cause of which is unknown. Black netting has been placed over the cracks to protect the columns and prevent the situation from worsening, said Brian Hogg, senior historic preservation planner for the University.
The Charlottesville Park System will receive an additional 27 acres from local organizations to aid stream restoration projects and the city's trail development.
Gov. Bob McDonnell appeared yesterday for a question and answer session in Politics Prof. Larry Sabato's introductory U.S. government and politics class.
As the past week of voting came to a close yesterday night, the University Board of Elections announced the winners of this year's Class Council elections.
The University is considering applying jointly with the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County to become a pilot community for the installation of Google Fiber, a fiber-optic network that could produce Internet speeds greater than 1 gigabit per second, more than 100 times faster than the broadband connections most Americans can currently access, all at a price that Google says is competitive.
In a special event for students enrolled in the global public health minor yesterday night, Dr. William Maloney, who completed his residency at the University, discussed his experiences helping victims of the Jan. 12 Haitian earthquake. After joining a Lutheran group, flying to a hospital in Jimani in the Dominican Republic and then driving to Port-au-Prince, he helped treat victims within a week of the initial earthquake.