The Jan. 20 rally was an explicit rejection of government intrusion into the human right of self-defense.
It should not be the responsibility of students to make up for the inadequate proceedings of a federal agency
While the University ranks high in its quality of education, obstacles still often prevent low income students from achieving the same success as richer students.
All things considered — columns, staff requirements, advance notice of events — reliable local coverage is lacking.
Political scholars should stop putting minority voters in a box and realize that there’s more to the equation than demography alone.
While there is truth to the impetus of Delegate Hudson’s proposal, her solution is an immoral quick fix that opens the door for complacency, corruption and career politicians in Charlottesville government.
While the social mobility statistic illustrates the difficulty for low-income students to come to and succeed here at the University, the issue of diversity is far more widespread.
Developing and maintaining successful collegiate sports teams takes away from the academic environment of the university.
The University should reverse its position and release the personnel documents relating to the resignations of Sutton and Graham. If there is something amiss, the student body deserves to have a more complete explanation.
HRL’s process in handling my case was sloppy, self-serving and contradictory to their own words.