Looking for housing options can be daunting for students.
After a federal injunction ruling in his favor, Jason Kessler and his lawyers have dropped a lawsuit against the City of Charlottesville.
Four of five gubernatorial candidates publicly denounced Saturday's "alt-right" rally in Lee Park.
The pledge states that students will “use safer drinking habits, be an active bystander, and plan ahead for a sober ride home.”
First year dorms Kent-Dabney and Bonnycastle will be closed next academic year due to renovations.
Johnson filed a motion March 2 to compel the defendants to produce more information related to the case.
Even though they weren't allowed as undergraduate students since 1970, women have had a long history at the University.
The special committee to select University President Teresa Sullivan’s successor convened for the first time Monday.
The University offered Lawn rooms to 47 rising fourth-years for the 2017-18 academic year Sunday, a tradition which dates back to the University’s founding.
Attorneys for Rolling Stone Magazine, Wenner Media and journalist Sabrina Erdely filed a claim disputing the cost of a recent defamation trial concerning plaintiff Nicole Eramo.