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The University will delay the release of the external review of events related to the Nov. 13 shooting, citing concerns of disrupting criminal proceedings, per a press release sent Friday. Originally, University leadership said the report would be released early November — it is unclear as of now what the timeline for the criminal trial is or when to expect the report’s release.
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In compliance with Virginia law, University employees — including contracted and student workers — will no longer have access to TikTok and WeChat on University-issued devices or University networks, according to an email sent to the University community Friday. The law follows years of concern over data privacy and national security risks from the Chinese-owned apps.
Robyn Hadley, dean of students and vice president for student affairs, is leaving the University effective Aug. 1. Hadley started at the University in 2021 and has been in Charlottesville for just two years. Christopher Holstege, current Executive Director of Student Health and Wellness, will step in as VPSA and Cedric Rucker, current senior associate dean in the Office of African-American Affairs, will serve as interim Dean of Students.
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The University announced plans for a $300 million biotechnology institute Friday, funded in large part by a $100 million gift from Charlottesville investors Paul and Diane Manning. The first phase of the institute will be additionally funded by an initial investment of $50 million from the state and $150 million from the University.
Undergraduate and graduate student leadership, as well as several faculty partners, sent a letter to Sen. Louise Lucas, Senate Majority Leader Richard Saslaw and Sen. Creigh Deeds Wednesday requesting that they refuse the appointment of Bert Ellis to the University’s Board of Visitors.
Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. appeared in-person at Albemarle General District Court Thursday morning for a status hearing. The next hearing is scheduled for March 30 at 9 a.m.
The Senate discussed an amendment to a proposal that would change the way the Senate appoints their faculty representative to the Board of Visitors during a meeting Tuesday.
Content warning: this article contains specific details related to Sunday’s incident and may be triggering for some readers.
University President Jim Ryan and Rector of the Board of Visitors Whitt Clement have requested that Attorney General Jason Miyares appoint a special counsel to conduct an independent and external review surrounding the University’s response to Sunday’s events as well as their assessment of the suspect prior to the tragedy.
In a short video released Wednesday evening, University President Jim Ryan shared details of a memorial service to be held honoring the lives of D’Sean Perry, Lavel Davis Jr. and Devin Chandler, as well as the two students confirmed to have been injured in Sunday’s shooting, Cavalier football junior running back Mike Hollins and second-year Marlee Morgan.
Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., the suspect in Sunday’s shooting, made his first court appearance in the Albemarle General District Court Wednesday morning. Jones was charged with three counts of second degree murder and three counts of possession of a handgun in the commission of a felony.
As the University community processes the aftermath of Sunday’s shooting, the Virginia Athletics community is grieving the loss of three student athletes. Three Virginia football players — second-year student Devin Chandler, third-year student Lavel Davis Jr. and fourth-year student D'Sean Perry — were shot fatally Sunday. Third-year student Mike Hollins underwent a second surgery Tuesday and a fifth student was also injured.
Virginia athletic teams will continue with scheduled games for the remainder of the season, though a decision has not been made yet concerning the football team’s upcoming game Saturday against Coastal Carolina.
One patient is being discharged from U.Va. Health following Sunday’s shooting and the other individual is in “serious” condition, per an update from Eric Swensen, U.Va. Health public information officer. This comes after University President Jim Ryan said Monday one patient was in “stable condition” and another was in “critical” condition.
Classes will resume and the University will return to its regular academic and work schedule Wednesday, per a University-wide email sent Tuesday afternoon by University President Jim Ryan. No undergraduate students are expected to complete graded assignments or take exams before Thanksgiving break.