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Joseph Williams has made national headlines for his decision to participate in a hunger strike to protest the treatment of Virginia employees. It's a cause that's deeply personal.
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After eight days, UVA safety Joseph Williams and the group who were protesting the low wages of certain campus workers have ended their hunger strike.
What Does it Mean to Take a Stand?Last week we brought you the story about UVA football player Joseph Williams engaging in a hunger strike on behalf of the service employees on the school’s campus. Williams is still fighting for their rights and Dave Zirin of The Nation had the chance to interview Williams about his hunger strike. He and I co-wrote an article for the publication...
The University of Virginia cornerback has strong bloodlines, a polished skill set and might be available at the top of Round 2 in April's NFL Draft.
Virginia is enjoying its' most successful seaon in five years and is in great shape for a potential at large NCAA Tournament bid. The Cavaliers currently sit at 21-7, 8-6 in the ACC. Most bracketology reports have Virginia safely in the NCAA tournament at this point. A win over FSU or Maryland would give Virginia its' first winning record in the ACC since 2007. Virginia is...
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