To guarantee the council is helping those who could be most influenced by its aid, there has to be public input.
The Council must do something to begin fulfilling its stated purpose.
The securing of short-term political goals is not worth sacrificing an intricate and time-tested system of checks and balances.
While this was a step in the right direction for the University, it is still far from where we need to be in order to serve potential DACA recipients from across the country.
The Alternative Sanction Working Group continued into the spring until after student elections when the newly elected Honor Committee decided not to renew it.
The University needs to extend the drop deadline for classes and allow students more time to decide if they want to keep a course on their schedule.
Little could be worse than the previous SIS system at the University.
The path forward for working-class residents of Virginia and the United States is through rebuilding the labor movement
As a public institution, that receives state funds, U.Va. is meant to serve the whole public, not just the richest among us.
The University shouldn't encourage students to work for an organization which has environmentally irresponsible and damaging practices.
The Times has consistently failed to deliver objective reporting when discussing prominent conservatives.
Broadened property tax exemptions would give public colleges the financial leeway to relieve some of the financial burden students face.
These positive changes made to make the Lawn more affordable will hopefully signal to every student that the price of the room should not be a deterrent from applying.
While this plan could lead to a much needed increase in on-Grounds housing, the difficulties associated with its implementation outweigh the perceived benefits.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been inconclusive about the exact cause and nature of the illnesses.
The requirement of an application fee should be abolished, as the University should encourage academic exploration rather than discourage it with a fee.