Listening to nostalgic music of your past will remind you of your growth — however imperceptible it may have been to you.
The theme of this year’s APIDAHM is celebration and healing after a tumultuous year that made in-person gatherings within the community particularly difficult.
Taught by Media Studies Prof. Aniko Bodroghkozy, students covered a variety of Charlottesville-based news publications' coverage of the May Days protests at the University.
The trees on Grounds are in bloom, and the grass is turning greener. Walking around Grounds is a great way to get outdoors and explore our home a little bit more.
The unconventional year allowed programs to plant a firmer base in Charlottesville and open up virtual opportunities that extend the scope of service learning to even more students.
I suggest that, if you’re able to, keep your camera on. This simple action not only benefits you and your peers, but also your lecturing professors, who I’m sure are growing weary of talking to their laptops.
Appalled by the recent increase in anti-Asian hate crimes and disappointed with the University’s response, Asian organizations on Grounds want to push the administration to take more action.
American industrialism and urban sprawl have given us the perfect places to see the sunset in Charlottesville, oftentimes uninterrupted by the more natural landscapes of trees and other foliage that decorate the horizon.
One meal I keep coming back to is a healthier take on chicken nuggets and sweet potato fries that can be cooked in the air fryer in under 15 minutes.