University braces for likely cuts in state funds

Gov. Terry McAuliffe contacted Virginia’s public colleges and universities last Wednesday requesting they prepare strategies in anticipation of a five percent decrease in state appropriations this coming fiscal year, and a seven percent decrease the following year.
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University braces for likely cuts in state funds

Gov. Terry McAuliffe contacted Virginia’s public colleges and universities last Wednesday requesting they prepare strategies in anticipation of a five percent decrease in state appropriations this coming fiscal year, and a seven percent decrease the following year.
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NEWS

FEATURED MULTIMEDIA

SPORTS

Field hockey splits season's first two games

The No. 6 Virginia field hockey team split the season’s first two contests, blowing out William and Mary in Williamsburg on Friday and getting shut out by No. 8 Penn State on Sunday.
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LIFE

French fries will never be the same

Coming back to the University was a serious culture shock for me. I was unprepared for the pack of skinny, tan people who popped out of every corner.
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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT

OPINION

WHISNANT: A long time coming

Rather than being an isolated incident of poor policing or just a side-effect of giving cops ever more dangerous weapons, Michael Brown’s shooting can be traced to systemic changes in American life beginning half a century ago.
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OPINION

  • Technology overload

    The limited availability of print textbooks could ultimately compromise the technology-free classrooms ...

  • WHISNANT: The camera’s rolling

    The rationale behind the cameras is simple: both Charlottesville police and community members are better ...

  • The Core of the problem

    Aligning primary school teaching methods with higher education expectations is a good approach in improving ...










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