- After spending two nights in jail all of the UVA students were set free, pending good behavior. The judge advised them to stay off the Madison Hall property, but students said this doesn't mean it's the end of the Living Wage Campaign.
- A small group of students were still gathered in front of Madison Hall Sunday afternoon. They said the demonstration would continue this week, even after 17 students were arrested Saturday night.
- Bullying is a problem that effects every school in America, but one Albemarle County school may have a solution. So far, the surveys show the bully prevention program has been successful.
- Students were still standing their ground at UVA on Thursday night. Since Wednesday morning, 17 students were inside Madison Hall and dozens more are gathered out front. None of them said they were going to budge.