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Livable wages: class tensions

The issue of class inequality has risen to the forefront in recent weeks as the living wage campaign renews its push to improve the wages of the University's lowest-paid employees. At an event held two weeks ago, faculty and students rallied with chants - "one, two, three, four, no one should be working-poor" - renewing a debate that has long sparked conflict among students, administrators and staff at the University. The student campaign The living wage campaign is nothing new.


Solving the University

Crime is up in the University area - or so it may seem from the numerous recent safety e-mails. On July 20, the University Police Department announced that a student reported being sexually assaulted the previous night.


Minor change, major consequences

The Spanish department's two-year moratorium on the Spanish minor was instituted last September to alleviate the difficulty Spanish majors face when enrolling in classes, but even now that the freeze is halfway over, those students still are finding it frustratingly difficult to enroll in their required classes.


21st Century President

As the University has to expand even in the wake of dramatic cuts to state funds, the role of the school's president has expanded simultaneously.

Latest Podcast

Today, we sit down with both the president and treasurer of the Virginia women's club basketball team to discuss everything from making free throws to recent increased viewership in women's basketball.