This past Friday, the children of Charlottesville swarmed what may be the cutest event of the academic year: Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn.
Most college students are enticed by the words “free” and “food” paired together, but Class Council’s Second Year Dinner Series is more than just a free meal.
For third-year Curry student Keaton Wadzinski, the value of an education goes beyond a number on a tuition bill.
After attending the fall activities fair, many students walk home with a small tree’s worth of flyers, have an onslaught of emails waiting for them in their inbox and feel a renewed appreciation for the CIOs available on Grounds.
This summer, the United Nations hosted the fourth annual Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
This fall, Max Hall and Austin Jones, rising juniors at Old Dominion University (ODU) will launch CollegeWise at the University — a new textbook service allowing students to buy and sell from one another directly and make payments online.
The University’s first Meriwether Lewis Institute for Citizen Leadership program kicked off this fall when 25 second-year students were selected to continue their University education in an all-expenses-paid, six-week summer session.