One of the biggest buildings in the medical school is Jordan Hall, which is named after a doctor most well known for his eugenics research. His eugenics work was used in the Buck v. Bell case (three generations of imbeciles is enough) and was also used by the Nazis to form their own eugenics program. […]one comment.
We should somehow be able to use our extra meal swipes to feed hungry people in Charlottesville. Maybe they could donate extra supplies or something at the end of the semester, corresponding to the amount of meal swipes people donate. This would help feed people in Charlottesville, show that UVa as an institution cares about […]no comments.
For first and second years I feel there is NO sort of help or guide with what classes to take based on what you’re interested in/ finding a major. My advisor was no help every time I met with him. He would just take off my hold and tell me to talk to different departments. […]2 comments.
Any club recommendations?3 comments.
There are no buses that go down Wertland despite it being a very popular area for students to live. Additionally, Safe Ride always leaves from libraries to go by dorms first and it is a long time before upperclassmen can get back to their apartments over by the Corner. This makes it very unsafe for […]one comment.
Students in several departments, especially Media Studies and Computer Science, have a really difficult time getting into classes they require for graduation. There are not enough professors in these departments, and there are several professors who will be on sabbatical for the upcoming school year, meaning there will be even fewer professors available for teaching.4 comments.
Although dining does try and support student’s needs with themed nights and events for vegans, vegetarians and other food groups, there’s a major lack of knowledge about these initiatives and widespread dissatisfaction about our foodno comments.