Minority Students Bring Concerns to President's OfficeUniversity President John Casteen III meets with minority student leaders to discuss the expansion of the Office of African American Affairs. The students voice their concerns about racial issues, including the lack of emphasis on minority advocacy and administrative support at UVA. Many minority leaders object to the OAAA expansion on the grounds that it would reduce administrative financial support, since funding for the expansion would fall to the Luther P. Jackson Cultural Center.
|Tags||administrative response, race, student publications|
|Subject||College student newspapers and periodicals, College administrators, Universities and colleges--Administration, Universities and colleges--Complaints against|
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