As convenient and exciting as renting an e-scooter may be, they are fundamentally a danger both to their users and pedestrians — the city of Charlottesville should seek to ban them.
The administration has time and time again caved into pressures to conform to progressive dogma.
In order to produce more capable and well-rounded students, the University should expand its general education requirements in all of its schools.
The Cavalier Daily is doing itself a great injustice by not promoting its membership to more students pursuing higher degrees.
Students and faculty stand to benefit from the application of drill requirements to public higher education institutions.
We must be mindful of the different experiences that others may have had and not assert our own experience as the only one that matters.
D.C. statehood would allow for District residents to finally enjoy rights to adequate political representation without undermining the articles of the Constitution.
Overcoming the challenge of low voter turnout is vital to creating change and generating improvement in institutions like Honor.
While Riggleman presents himself as a moderate Republican and working man in favor of bipartisan cooperation and against corporate money in politics, he consistently votes with the most extreme fringes of the party and decries any form of bipartisan work.
Regardless of personal preference or opinion of the candidates themselves, the gravity of these allegations alone merits an investigation.
While the youth vote had a huge impact, it could have been even bigger.
America would be well served by following Nordic welfare models and beginning to substantially increase government intervention in the economy.
Unfortunately, the University is missing out by not taking on more out-of-state students, and ought to increase the number of seats it offers them.
We feel we would be doing the student body a disservice if we were to claim that we do know who would be a better Student Council President.
By the time they leave, students should have a broader view of who they consider “their people.”
The University must take actions to make sure it protects its vulnerable LGBTQ+ students while it plans to make them visible.