By Mimi Kinfe Spreading Epilepsy Awareness (SEA) has been my greatest accomplishment as well as one of my greatest challenges during my time at UVA. I established SEA as a CIO during my second year after seeing a need for epilepsy awareness at UVA and the Charlottesville community as a whole. I learned that the … Continue reading Spreading Epilepsy Awareness
By Hannah Kirk Nass Throughout my time here at UVa, the CIO that has made the largest impact on my experience has been the Virginia Women’s Rugby team. A club team, women’s rugby feels different from many other clubs at UVa because there are no cuts and no experience is necessary. This creates an incredibly … Continue reading Virginia Women’s Rugby
By Briana Woody Mentorship has always been very important to me. I cherish the moments that I get to encourage others. Without Sisterly Love, an organization exemplifying mentorship, sisterhood, and love, I would not have those moments. Sisterly Love is an organization of female UVA students that mentor female Charlottesville High School students. We talk … Continue reading Sisterly Love
For this podcast, we interviewed APO members Kate Eagen and Sam Mogen to learn about their experiences in APO, UVA's only gender inclusive service fraternity, and how that has shaped their overall student experience.
In this podcast, we interviewed an anonymous fourth year student to learn about his experience at UVA, how that experience shaped him today, and how he came to find his home here.
Kirsten Hemrich is a fourth year studio art and poetry major. She is a Millers Art Scholar and is the director of WXTJ Student Radio.
Whenever I’m feeling down, I walk to the Lawn. I walked through the ice and snow from my dorm several times my first year when I started to really feel like I didn’t belong at UVa. I walked there through the pouring rain my second year when I first came out as gay. Just as … Continue reading Finding Acceptance Through the Lawn
Charley Lyda (CLAS '17) discusses his community, identity, and activism at UVA.