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Additionally, the University extended offers of admission to 150 first-generation students, marking a 15 percent increase from the previous year.
47 percent of those accepted identify as students of color, an increase from 45 percent from last year’s early action cycle. 
Eramo said that she stayed with Student Affairs for so many years because of the opportunities her position provided to form connections with students and promote self-governance. 
Dream big and be diligent, but hold to no vision of the future too tightly. 
The Cavalier Daily's office and archives are located in the basement of Newcomb Hall. 
The role of Dean of Students has historically been a separate position within Student Affairs.
Interested students, faculty and community members are encouraged to attend the event, Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. in Nau Hall 101.

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