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2 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Where Caroline Janney grew up in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, traces of the Civil War were all around her.
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
3 hrs ago | NBC29
With the 2013 election over, next year's election seems far away but not for the University of Virginia Center for Politics.
7 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Colleges and universities need to train a whole new generation of faculty leaders, University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan told a University of Georgia audience on Friday.
12 hrs ago | CNN
Carlos Morales, of Gainesville, Florida, shot this photograph while vacationing in Charleston, South Carolina.
13 hrs ago | The Atlantic
If you took to heart the recent cover story in The Economist , "How Science Goes Wrong," you might be tempted throw your hands up and stop reading about scientific research entirely.
15 hrs ago | Fairfax Times
With high school seniors across Fairfax County sending out college applications this month, the annual debate pitting in-state and out-of-state applicants to Virginia's top universities is heating up.
19 hrs ago | The Tennessean
John Singleton Mosby, who was born on Dec. 6, 1833, was a relatively small man; he was a lawyer and lover of history, and partial to the poems of Lord Byron; yet when mounted on his large, gray horse, leading his 43rd Battalion Virginia Partisan Rangers, he was transformed into a specter who haunted Union Army units during the Civil War.
"The world has lost a great leader and advocate for equality". Those are the words of Senator Tim Kaine who was just one of many politicians speaking out on the loss of Nelson Mandela.
Editor's note: The author of this piece has worked as an organizer for the 10-to-1 wage ratio campaign at St. Mary's College.
Through my involvement with the First Year Judiciary Committee, I run into many first-year students who are dead set on being lawyers.
Administered under Darden's Executive Education program and guided by Darden's top-ranked faculty members with strategic advice and oversight from the Curry School, PLE is the country's premier school turnaround group that uses a system-wide approach in developing and aligning leaders, at all levels, to transform underperforming schools in their ... (more)
The Board of Trustees of Girls Preparatory School has announced the appointment of Autumn Adkins Graves as its next Head of School, effective July 1, 2014.
The Confucius Institute at Tulane University in New Orleans held an open house and appreciation program Nov. 15. The event featured Chinese cultural presentations including, calligraphy, brush painting, paper cutting, and traditional medicine as well as Chinese cuisine.
The University of Virginia's Rohr Chabad House held a lighting of a menorah on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville.
Appointed Wicomico County Councilman John Hall plans to seek election to his District 4 seat for the first time during 2014.
The American Dream lives! It's the current American reality that's become a nightmare for millions upon millions whose lives, occupations and economic stability once seemed to embody it.
The Washington and Lee community is mourning the loss of a young woman. Tuesday, an early-morning crash involving 10 students in Rockbridge County sent six of them to the hospital and killed one, a senior from Connecticut.