The University Judiciary Committee/Honor Committee/Cavalier Daily debacle came to an end Tuesday night when the UJC ruled that it did not have jurisdiction with respect to a writer who published an article that mentioned a pending honor trial, potentially breaching confidentiality. This was something The Cavalier Daily had been arguing since the outset, but both days since the decision its leadership has continued to lambast the UJC despite the fact that the two groups are, for all intents and purposes, in agreement.
Younger generations have led the fight in every major social issue for the past century. Their voices have collectively determined the outcomes of national and international events such as the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War, thus solidifying their position as a dominant social force. Today, the young people of the world have brought the fight to the dirtiest form of energy: coal.
Thanks to The Cavalier Daily for your coverage of discussions on Grounds regarding local, national and international policymaking issues. In particular, we in Garrett Hall appreciated having The Cavalier Daily's Monday front-page story about the recent visit to the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy by Rudy deLeon.
On Sept. 26, The Cavalier Daily ran a comic titled "Whoa" by Tiffany Chu. The comic featured two bears, one of them holding a heart-shaped box of what appeared to be candies, and another the so-called "Pedobear" with a caption saying "Sorry!