By Moises Mendoza HackCville is a member-run and member-supported clubhouse home to designers, programmers, entrepreneurs, and those with creatives minds with an aim in bringing together a curious, hard-working, and most of all driven group of individuals in order to empower one another to get our personal ideas started and off the ground. From training … Continue reading HackCville
By Moises Mendoza Making the transition from high school to college was honestly one of the most difficult experiences I have ever encountered, and as a first generation, out-of-state, minority student, coming from one of the most underserved neighborhoods of a large city, it was extremely difficult for me to settle in and adjust to … Continue reading HRL/Residential Staff Program
By Moises Mendoza The University’s Men’s Club Soccer team holds an incredibly special place in my heart and it has provided me with a family ever since joining the first semester of my first year. I have played soccer almost my entire life and once I graduated High School and knew I would be attending … Continue reading UVA Men’s Club Soccer Team
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