September 15, 2017
Well. It’s been quite the interesting start to the semester, huh?
Walking through Grounds the first day, knowing just days before it had been filled with torch-wielding neo-Nazis was a bit of a weird feeling.
As a fourth year, I can say that UVA being in the news is not a weird feeling. Class of 2018 has had some newsworthy scandal nearly every year since we’ve been at this University. Sometimes more than one in a year.
This one was a little different for me,
May 01, 2017
Well, the time has come. Classes are ending. Libraries are filling up. The days are getting longer and the hours spent asleep are getting shorter. This academic year is coming to an end, which means, The Black Column is coming to an end too. The end of an era.
You’re probably thinking, “An era, Taylor? Really? It’s only had 5 updates.” But I poured my heart and soul into those updates. In my attempt to write about blackness and black issues, I
April 29, 2015
Organized by the Sexual Violence Prevention Coalition and supported by the Gender Violence and Social Change
April 16, 2015
March 06, 2015
In honor of the beginning of International Women's Month in March at the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women's Center, Iris Magazine has interviewed a former intern in International Initiatives (now called the
November 14, 2014
As time has passed and society has shifted, the twenties have become an age of relaxation, curiosity and adventure. Our culture has created a new norm, deeming the twenties as a period of “finding yourself,” “trying new things” and “not taking life too seriously.” Meg Jay, a local psychologist,
September 25, 2014
3,500 turn out for this year’s Charlottesville Pride Festival
Thousands of people of all ages, genders and orientations, flocked to Downtown Charlottesville in celebration of the LGBTQ community at last weekend’s Third Annual Charlottesville Pride Festival on Sept. 13 at Lee Park.
September 23, 2014
September 15, 2014
Photos from the Maxine Platzer Lynn Women's Center archive
Although my first year at U.Va. was full of fun and exciting new experiences, my hectic schedule kept me from exploring various volunteer opportunities that the community had to offer. This summer in Charlottesville, I decided to use my spare time to volunteer at