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Diana Yen

A look at the Charlottesville job market

As fourth-years and graduate students around the University scramble to secure jobs, a large number of Charlottesville residents are doing the same. As of September, Charlottesville’s unemployment rate is 4.7 percent, as compared to Virginia’s 5.2 percent and the national 5.9 percent.

Department of Education announces final rule changes to Clery Act

The U.S. Department of Education announced Friday the publication of final changes made to the Clery Act by the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013. The new changes include requiring institutions to report incidents of stalking and incorporate a statement of policy about programs aimed at curbing dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking in its annual security report.

Opting for organization-based housing

In the flurry of lease-signing season, many University students seek out a modest apartment to share with friends. But many others pool together funds to live in house, handed down informally from members of their respective organizations around Grounds — be they Greek organizations, sports teams or any manner of student groups.

Rep. Robert Hurt looks to defend his seat against challenger Gaughan

Republican incumbent Robert Hurt and Democratic nominee Lawrence Gaughan’s campaigns are in full swing as they prepare to square off in the upcoming congressional election.Virginia’s fifth Congressional District has held strongly Republican in presidential elections, with Republican candidates sealing the win in the past five elections.

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