The paper's new term begins Jan. 18.
The School Board underwent significant revisions to its renaming policy, “Naming of Facilities and Grounds,” during a November 2nd meeting — the most notable change in the policy is the complete prohibition of naming schools after any individuals.
The new approved budget increases overall allocations by 34 percent.
Delayed payments adversely affect grad students, who may already be in a financially vulnerable position.
The 22nd annual event will feature a colorful light show, concessions and performances from a cappella and dance groups Friday from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The U.Va. Futures Initiative is a program tasked with analyzing emerging technologies, such as generative artificial intelligence, that could alter the field of higher education in the coming years.
PIH’s next event will be a Strides in Solidarity Dec. 2 with fundraising towards the Maternal Center for Excellence.
In December 1982, University officials ruled that Easters revelries would no longer be held on University property, including all fraternity houses, due to the increased risk of alcohol-related injuries and vandalism. The weekend was described as “a major spring bash, full-throttle, overdrive” and “the greatest party and the country.”
The Representative Body was scheduled to meet Tuesday to present the proposed amended budget, but did not reach quorum.
The University is well on its way to achieving its remaining goals of becoming carbon neutral by 2030 and fossil fuel-free by 2050.
Low-income, international and out-of-state students are the most common recipients of the meal kits each break.
The Honor Committee discussed areas for improvement in their formal bylaws, such as purpose and scope for the Panel for Sanction, at its meeting Sunday.
Students who remain on Grounds for the holiday will be navigating a limited schedule of University services and resources during the academic break.
This year, some proceeds from the race will also go to the University’s Collegiate Recovery Program.
On-Grounds, students involved with sustainable fashion groups report they are encouraged by the University’s relationships with the FLA and WRC, but work remains to be done.
The vigil opened with introductory marks and a reading of a poem about refugees and loss.
Committee members presented on the University’s use of tuition funds, its financial aid programs and the financial support the University receives from the state.