Emily Hutt


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McDonnells found guilty on corruption charges

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen were found guilty Thursday of accepting bribes from Jonnie Williams, CEO of the dietary supplements company Star Scientific, to promote a dietary supplement in exchange for nearly $170,000 in gifts and loans.

ICYMI: Summer news blurbs

Been out of touch this summer? Catch up on the biggest news events from around Grounds this summer.

Herring wins attorney general race

Virginia state senator Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, officially conceded the Virginia attorney general race to state senator Mark Herring, D-Loudon, on Wednesday.

Huffington, Chopra lead public meditation at U.Va.

Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington and renowned holistic health doctor and author Deepak Chopra led several hundred members of the University community in a large-scale public meditation session on the Lawn Tuesday afternoon.

Fake ID ring members plead guilty

Three Charlottesville residents accused of producing and selling more than 25,000 fake IDs to mainly college students pled guilty Wednesday morning in the U.S.

Phase I Rotunda renovations near completion

The first phase of the University’s Rotunda restoration efforts are rapidly approaching a conclusion. The renovations, which began on the Rotunda in May 2012, are the landmark’s most comprehensive since it was rebuilt by McKim, Mead and White between 1895 and 1898, according to the project website.

New horizons for graduating class

Forty percent of May 2012 graduates from the College of Arts & Sciences had acquired full-time employment or were self-employed after Final Exercises this past May, according to a recently unveiled report that profiled graduates’ post-college paths.