Iranian students cannot and should not be solely responsible for bringing this issue to light.
Considering the progress of Hoos Connected thus far, an extension of the program offered to third and fourth-year students would allow them to reap these benefits as well — allowing students to collaborate and share their experiences within their college life.
In YAF’s time as a Contracted Independent Organization on Grounds, it has only contributed to the general dialogue of the University by stirring the pot as opposed to attempting to legitimately be constructive.
At the University, not only is healthy eating often expensive, but it is incredibly difficult to come by.
We don’t have to be trans to understand the alienation that comes from being prohibited from being who you are.
The ghosts of white supremacy still haunt the community of trust in ways that we cannot ignore
Admitting to being a victim should not paint someone in a bad light — it acknowledges the experiences of the individual.
Whether he likes it or not, Youngkin is the governor of Virginia and it's time he starts putting the commonwealth first before thinking about his political future.
As a Black student at the University, I know the importance of finding peers who can validate my unsavory experiences as a marginalized person.
Far from championing equality, the cult of Black victimhood ensures that Black people retain a false identity as an unexceptional, pitiable and impotent other.
We will not lose sight of the founding of this University if Jefferson does not tower over us. His legacy will not be forgotten, and he will be remembered for what he was — all of what he was — without the need for glorification.
Recent Youngkin statements cast a shadow over emissions goals— it’s time to double down.
Hispanic Heritage Month should be a time for celebrating and learning about Latin American diversity and culture, and unlearning our preconceived biases.
If the Hoos really are against hazing, they must promote accountability and provide real, material consequences for perpetrators.
University camera monitoring is legal, but it is morally-concerning.
It is not a matter of semantics — it is a matter of being recognized as a citizen in the way in which you identify and the way in which you are treated.
Silence and inaction cannot be tolerated neither from a moral perspective nor from an economic one. The only option is to preserve the privacy and speech of LGBTQ+ youth or face the consequences of failing to do so.
Regardless of our backgrounds and races, we know enough to recognize the noose hung on the Homer Statue as a painful and important reminder that in 2022, we still have much work ahead of us.