Open door policy: the public life of Lawnies
The project caught the attention of two students, Courtney Mallow (Col ’10) and James Burney (Col ’09), who are the co-directors of the Arts & Enrichment Committee, a part of the University Programs Council. After inviting Warren to visit the University, they solicited secrets from their fellow students and created an exhibit of the cards they’d collected to coincide with his appearance.
First-year orientation helps air anxieties, build sense of community.
College students have historically been dismissed as unreliable by pundits and political advisers. At the polls, their numbers tend to be disappointingly low. But these students are clearly not the fickle supporters that political strategists have assumed.
The University is home to a number of martial arts clubs that range from the traditional to UVA's own Mushin Jitsu.
Current students talk about the money and effort involved in making a dorm room a personalized space.