Sarah Hainbach


University Glee Club temporarily retires 'Rugby Road'

The University Glee Club announced last week that they would temporarily retire the song “Rugby Road” in the wake of the Rolling Stone article published Nov. 19 alleging a brutal gang rape by members of the University’s chapter of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity in Sept. 2012.

​Immigration expert Meissner discusses law enforcement

The Law School's Immigration Law Program and the Journal of Law and Politics held a symposium Friday to discuss the future of immigration enforcement, focusing on problems in the United States’ immigration enforcement system.

Students for Individual Liberty conducts outreach

Libertarians believe in individual choice. “More often than not, when people are given a choice, they make the right choice,” Teixeira said. So libertarianism favors the free market over government involvement.

Student group aids Graham search effort

The Blue Ridge Mountain Rescue Group coordinated volunteer efforts last week in the city-wide search for missing second-year College student Hannah Graham, who was last seen early in the morning Sept. 13. More than a week later, members of the Contracted Independent Organization continue to help police search for Graham.

Students, community members step forward to help with Graham search

More than 1,200 volunteers spent the weekend searching Charlottesville for missing second-year College student Hannah Graham. The Blue Ridge Mountain Rescue Group and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management organized the search in conjunction with the Charlottesville and Albemarle police departments.

Meyer begins Architecture Dean tenure

Elizabeth Meyer began a two-year term as Dean of the Architecture school in July. Meyer, a long-time faculty member and graduate of the School of Architecture, succeeded Kim Tanzer as dean.

Students examine summer leasing options

As the 2014 spring semester draws to a close, many people are looking for off-Grounds summer housing options in Charlottesville. Those going north for the summer must temporarily lease their apartments to pay for part of their 12-month lease.

BOV member Goodwin appointed Gillespie campaign co-chair

University of Virginia Board of Visitors member William H. Goodwin Jr. was appointed as a finance committee co-chair for Ed Gillespie’s senatorial campaign Wednesday. Gillespie, a communications consultant and former White House aide, is the likely Republican nominee for the Virginia seat in the Senate currently filled by Sen. Mark Warner.

Honor Congress draws 160 attendees

The Honor Committee’s Honor Congress drew more than 160 attendees to the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library Thursday evening. Outgoing Honor Chair Evan Behrle said the turnout speaks to the enduring importance of the Honor system to the University community.