Congratulations to our incoming executive team for the 2018-2019 academic year. We are excited for the new team to make this organization their own and can't wait to see this feminist powerhouse carry the torch.
In the past month, the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) and Taiwanese Student Association (TSA) hosted their popular “food” events in which VSA hosted their semi-annual event so-called “Phofest” and TSA had their annual event called “Taste of Taiwan”.
The speaker very methodically broke down the barriers that low-income students face and revealed additional factors that I had not thought of before. The most insightful knowledge I personally gained from this event were the array of barriers that exist once these students are able to make it to college.
On October 25, UVA’s chapter of YLA (Young Americans for Liberty) hosted Jonathan Blanks of the CATO Institute. As stated on the CATO Institute website, “Blanks is a Research Associate in Cato’s Project on Criminal Justice and a Writer in Residence at Harvard University’s Fair Punishment Project.