Advocacy

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The Quagmire of Legacy Part 5 - A Weekly Column

Amidst the positive reception of the HEAAL tours, there are still some questions left unanswered. 

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The Quagmire of Legacy Part 4 - A Weekly Column

For first-year students, these historical tours are a vital step to understanding the place they will be inhabiting for the next four years.

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The Quagmire of Legacy Part 3 - A Weekly Column

In their first year, seven members of the class of 2023 — Kyndall, Amanda, Chloe, Dianna, Ephrata, Ida and Abena — took a historical tour as part of a requirement for one of their classes, the genesis of what would become the HEAAL tours for first-year students three years later. 

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A Rant About Fast Fashion

Is “fast fashion” really that bad if it's affordable? 

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The Quagmire of Legacy Part 2 - A Weekly Column

Self-governance has the potential to cultivate ingenuity, trust and leadership among the student body at the University. 

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The Scariest Thing This Halloween Would Be a Second Term for Greg Abbott

Texas has its gubernatorial election this November. As a Texan and Virginian, I keep talking about the election. No one seems to care about the results. Texas can’t– or won’t– change. Why does it matter?

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The Quagmire of Legacy Part 1 - A Weekly Column

This article was written during the Spring 2022 semester, but was never published.

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5 Things You Should Know About Barstool Sports if You Care About Being a Good Person

At the University of Virginia, the Instagram account @barstooluva has amassed thousands of followers.

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How Much Do They Care?

 An Exploration of the True Intentions Behind UVA’s Division for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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UVA Politics: “The Grim,” I Gripe

“Maybe I’m biased because I don’t like him.”