An annonymous hacker has infiltrated the UVa homepage, and continues to threaten students and administrators with the release of confidential information.
The University administration has requested that all fraternity pledging cease this Saturday at 6 p.m.
Jason Vandever defeated a former UVa professor in the race for City Treasurer.
Fourth year Rowan Sprague has dedicated herself to creating new traps for harmful beetle pests.
Student Council held a meeting where Greek housing and transparency of the StudCo leadership were discussed.
Several shots were fired on the corner between 1:45 and 2 a.m Thursday night. According to eyewitness testimony from first-year Engineering student Chris Glazier, the unknown gunman fired a third or fourth bullet through the front window of Mincers as he fled on foot.
Helen Dragas criticized the Faculty Senate for their condemnation of her recent conduct toward University President Teresa Sullivan in an email Monday.
Student Council unanimously passed a new set of bylaws Tuesday evening which will fundamentally change the organization’s meeting structure and seeks to reinvent the organization’s relationship to students.
The University Board of Visitors appointed third-year College student Blake Blaze as its new non-voting student member Thursday afternoon.
The new dorms in the Alderman Road Residence Area will be named the Lile-Maupin House and the Tuttle-Dunnington House, the Board of Visitors’ Buildings and Grounds Committee decided Wednesday afternoon.
According to the newly released ballot from the University Board of Elections, third-year College student Eric McDaniel will be running unopposed for Student Council president, marking the first time in at least 10 years the position has gone uncontested.
The Virginia Senate Education and Health Committee voted Monday to stonewall legislation that would have overturned the Virginia mandate requiring women to undergo an ultrasound before terminating a pregnancy.
The appointments subcommittee of the Virginia House of Delegates’ Privileges and Elections Committee voted Thursday morning to reinstate University Rector Helen Dragas to the Board of Visitors.
Politics Profs. David Leblang and Sonal Pandya, along with doctoral student Brenton Peterson, released a study this week that examined the political and economic aspects of different processes for obtaining medical certification in the United States for the international community.
Businessman, real estate developer and philanthropist Howard Milstein has donated $2.26 million to the Miller Center to sponsor a five-year public policy symposium, the University announced Tuesday.
A subcommittee in the Virginia House of Delegates Monday rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have allowed nonviolent felons to automatically have their right to vote restored after serving their sentences.
A number of recent hate crime incidents brought supporters of the LGBTQ communities to the Rotunda Tuesday afternoon.
History Prof. William Hitchcock was named this week to the Henry A. Kissinger Chair in Foreign Policy and International Relations at the Library of Congress, where he will spend six months researching his upcoming book on President Dwight D.
Retired Charlottesville Police Lieut. Joe Rader, former lead investigator for the Morgan Harrington case, is boosting efforts to find Harrington’s killer.
A study released this week by the Institute of International Education revealed a great increase in the number of international students attending U.S.
Senator Mark Warner and democratic Senate candidate Tim Kaine spoke at a rally Thursday afternoon at the Obama headquarters on the downtown mall.