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Through working with non-profit organizations in the Charlottesville area, 180DC will help members gain real world experience in consulting.
Since 1992, 3.7 Magazine has informed our university’s intellectual aesthetic by publishing undergraduate fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, photography, various forms of 2D art, and professional interviews.
350.org is building a global grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis and push for policies that will put the world on track to 350 ppm carbon in the atmosphere (the sustainable level). 350 UVA aims to bring this movement to grounds.
Our aim as 4S is to provide a fun, community-oriented environment for students wishing to support the mental health of military personnel. Working towards a more healthy nation, our goal is to raise awareness and funding for national organizations (such
We are a group of male and female law students who practice and perform contemporary a cappella music. We strive to perform at various Law School events such as the Public Interest Law Auction and Barrister's Ball. However, our primary
This organization puts on a large-scale dinner banquet every December to benefit Charlottesville Abundant Life Ministries. Money raised from ticket sales and donations goes directly to the Abundant Life ministry to help fund its Christmas store program.
The Academic Competition Club is an organization dedicated to attending and hosting academic tournaments. The club practices on a weekly basis and hosts several tournaments throughout the year. The club is open to members of all skill levels, from
AVP was officially founded in the Fall of 1993, with a mission statement of never taking themselves too seriously. They discarded a number of clever monikers for the group, like All Veal Patty, A Veritable Plethora, Actually Very Purple, Appetites Vary
ABLE matches students from the Charlottesville community with law school mentors and tutors.
Through campus-wide events and national programs, Active Minds aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on campuses throughout North America.