Often described as a staple of the University’s Corner, Littlejohn’s Delicatessen on University Avenue has a base of dedicated, long-time patrons who are rallying behind the efforts to keep it alive.
In the face of all the uncertainty of the present moment, Career Center staff encourage students to continue to think about their future and use the career resources available to them.
This past Thursday, students filled the University’s LGBTQ center to discuss the importance of intersectionality and the steps we can take to be a more inclusive and accepting society.
Taste of Korea is a valuable cultural event both for its organizers and for members of the community who attend.
LAMA is a service organization dedicated to helping Latinx migrant workers and their children in Charlottesville improve their English speaking and general academic skills.
The goal of Indigenous Peoples’ Day — which is held on the same day as Columbus Day — is to push back against history that paints Columbus as a conquering hero.
Planning for Meditation on the Lawn began this past summer when a group of students decided that the University needed more events centered around thoughtfulness and unity.
Gender equality, marriage equality and wage equality — the notion of human equality permeates today’s social justice rhetoric. But, to the average American, “blood equality” may be a foreign term. It is this lack of awareness that Homoglobin, a Virginia-based nonprofit founded this year, hopes to ameliorate.