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Tuition and mandatory fees will increase for current in-state students between $510 and $880 annually and $1,710 to $2,094 for out-of-state students. The changes apply to those in the College of Arts & Sciences, the Curry School of Education and Human Development, the School of Architecture and the McIntire School of Commerce.
CHARLOTTESVILLE – Bronco Mendenhall didn’t take umbrage at the notion that his Virginia football team is considered a massive underdog against defending national champion Clemson in Saturday’s ACC title game. After all, the fourth-year UVA coach said, they’re in good company.
UVA's QB Bryce Perkins(3) celebrates a touchdown with Terrell Jana against Virginia Tech during the first half of a college football game at t…
Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall was not hesitant to move onto Friday’s game with No. 23 Virginia Tech in the aftermath of the Cavaliers’ 55-27 victory over Liberty on Saturday.
“Sometimes you make mistakes," President Jim Ryan wrote in a post on Facebook.
University of Virginia President Jim Ryan now says that, come next year, the university will rethink its decision to drop a 21-gun salute from Veterans Day ceremonies. Those who believe the university made the wrong choice this year, and who want to see the salute re-instated, should continue to lobby for a reversal of that decision.
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Under Tony Bennett, Virginia’s basketball team has led the nation in scoring defense five of the past six seasons, including the past three. This year, however, with three new starters and needing to replace the ACC defensive player of the year in De’Andre Hunter, it would be understandable if it took a few games for the Cavaliers to get their defensive legs under them.
For the first time since winning the 2018-19 national championship, the Virginia men’s basketball team returns to John Paul Jones Arena for a game Sunday.
The University of Virginia erred mightily when it decided to eliminate the ROTC’s traditional 21-gun salute, along with other changes, as part of its Veterans Day program. The decision sends an insulting message to veterans and other patriots. It also, ironically, sends an unfortunate message about students.