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Join UVa's Out of the Darkness Walk Planning Committee

Out of the Darkness is the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's primary awareness and fundraising program for colleges and universities across the nation. Join the team to plan UVa's first Out of the Darkness Walk by filling out this interest form ...

Mental Wellness Week

Oct. 7-10

Celebrate Mental Wellness Week with hugs, flowers, meditation, seminar, and enter into a raffle to win a StigmaFree T-shirt and water bottle ...

China Dialogue Dinner: Minorities in China and the United States

Oct. 8, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Newcomb South Meeting Room
RSVP by Oct. 6

China Dialogue Dinners is a biweekly event for Chinese and American students to discuss issues pertaining to China and China-U.S. relations. No background in China studies is necessary. This week, we will examine minority policies relating to the Xinjiang and Tibet autonomous regions in China and compare similar issues in the United States. Please RSVP here by Oct. 6 ...

50 Shades of Grey: A Discussion about Consent, Violence, and Abuse in Relationships

Oct. 8, 6:30 p.m., OpenGrounds

This is one of several events sponsored by the Women’s Center in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Come for a screening of the movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, as well as a discussion about the portrayal of dangerous relationship habits in the media ...

Third Annual Color Me Cured 5K

Oct. 10, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Nameless Field

The Vietnamese Student Association, Inter-Sorority Council, and Lambda Phi Epsilon present our Third Annual Color Me Cured 5K, benefiting Relay for Life. Participants will be able to enjoy free food and drink, raffle tickets for some awesome giveaways, get showered in colorful powder, all while running for the fight against cancer ...

Survivors and Supporters Unite: A Panel about What Domestic Violence Is, What Its Effects Are, and What We Can Do

Oct. 12, 7 p.m., Dell 1 Room 103

This is one of several events sponsored by the Women’s Center in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Red Flag Week. Hear from survivors and experts about how domestic violence affects each and every one of us, and what we can do to prevent it from happening to others ...

Red Flag Campaign

Oct. 13-15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Lawn

This is one of several events sponsored by the Women’s Center in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Red Flag Week. Stop by the Women’s Center table on the Lawn to learn about relationship red flags, see T-shirts made to share survivors’ stories, and get free hot chocolate and coffee with doughnuts provided by Alpha Chi Omega ...

Jefferson Public Citizens INFO Session

Oct. 13, 4 to 5 p.m., Byrd/Room 318 Special Collections Library

Have an idea for a community-based research project? Come to this session to learn more about the Jefferson Public Citizens (JPC) Program and hear from previous recipients. JPC provides funding for students to design hands-on research projects in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors ...

CURE U Froyo Fundraiser

Oct. 15, 5 to 10 p.m., Sweet Frog (Barracks Road)

Cure U is a nonprofit organization that works with CURE International to fund 10 hospitals in 10 underdeveloped countries. You can be part of a child’s healing process by attending our froyo fundraiser. 100 percent of funds raised will be donated to heal children with disabilities like clubfoot ...

Public Service Forum

Oct. 21, 7 p.m., Newcomb Ballroom

The University’s Public Service Committee of Student Council is holding their first monthly service forum. The purpose of these forums is to provide a space for communication and collaboration between public service CIOs and established community partners, to allow those CIOs to increase their efficiency, productivity, and overall impact, and to gain a better understanding of how our committee can better serve such organizations. Come by to engage with students from every corner of the university, faculty members, organization leaders, and community partners through skill-development training, career networking in various spheres of service work, and relationship-building with members of the Charlottesville community ...

Beta Theta Pi Men of Principle Scholarship: Opportunity for First- and Second-Year Non-Greek Men

Deadline: Oct. 23, noon

The Omicron Chapter of Beta Theta Pi is proud to offer four merit-based scholarships to first- and second-year non-Greek men who exhibit the desire and ability to succeed and a devotion to the betterment of themselves and the University community. To apply, fill out theonline application no later than Oct. 23 at noon ...

Madison House's Holiday Sharing: Christmas in October

Oct. 24, 1 to 4 p.m., Old Dorms Quad

Holiday Sharing is hosting a festive "Christmas in October" event during Family Weekend. Come enjoy a cappella, Santa, and learn more about our program. We hope to sponsor 120 families this Christmas season. All support is greatly appreciated ...

CORE: Introduction to Cross Cultural Miscommunication Seminar

Oct. 26, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., New Cabell 315

CORE consists of free seminars for people who have or plan to go abroad. This seminar is a crash course in semiotic (meaning-making) theories of language and how they change the way we understand what happens when communication and, above all, miscommunication between people occurs. It will introduce you to new thinking and give you a better sense of how to navigate in unfamiliar places ...

Founding Silver Wings Chapter at UVa

Oct. 28, 7 p.m., AFROTC Courtyard

Silver Wings is an organization dedicated to civic awareness and professional and personal development. All leadership positions in this new chapter are open, and an opportunity for regional and national leadership positions is available as well. Come to the classroom in the Air Force ROTC wing of the bottom floor of the Astronomy building for free pizza and more information, or email Gloria Williams

MEDLIFE Trip to Peru This Winter Break

Deadline: Dec. 5
Trip: Jan. 2-10

Over winter break, UVa's MEDLIFE club is going to Lima, Peru. On this trip we will set up mobile clinics and assist local doctors in providing healthcare to people who normally lack access to it. Contact if you are interested. See the website for more information ...

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