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A little less than four years ago, I attended an info session in the basement of Newcomb Hall for the student newspaper because I liked to write. That was it. I showed up early — because if you know me, I have a thing about being early — and after sitting through the presentation, decided to join Sports and Copy. I was going to take it pretty easy for the rest of undergrad.
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.
The University School of Law will not provide requested data to the U.S. News World and Report this year, Dean Risa Goluboff announced in a letter to prospective students Friday, making the University the 16th law school within the list’s top 50 to announce it will not participate this year. Last year, the University’s School of Law was ranked No. 8.
Attorney General Jason Miyares has chosen the law firm Quinn Emanuel to conduct an external review of the Nov. 13 shooting that left three students — second-year student Devin Chandler, third-year student Lavel Davis and fourth-year student D'Sean Perry — fatally shot.
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 University has announced it has awarded posthumous degrees to Lavel Davis Jr., D'Sean Perry and Devin Chandler, the three students fatally shot the evening of Nov. 13.
Lighting of the Lawn will return to Grounds for its 21st annual event Thursday evening with the theme “Full Power.”
Provost Ian Baucom announced students will be able to opt into credit/general credit/no credit grading in January after viewing their final grades this semester in a University-wide email sent Monday evening.
Del. Sally Hudson, professor of public policy and leadership, announced Monday that she plans to run to represent the 11th District in the Virginia State Senate in the 2023 election cycle. This means Hudson will likely challenge incumbent Sen. Creigh Deeds, who has represented Charlottesville in the General Assembly since 2001.
Third-year student Mike Hollins has been discharged from U.Va. Health, per a tweet from his mother and a press statement from U.Va. Health public information officer Eric Swensen Monday morning. Second-year student Marlee Morgan was discharged earlier this week.
The Cavalier Marching Band gathered on South Lawn Friday evening at 7:15 p.m. to perform “Community Togetherness Through Music,” a program in honor of the three Virginia football players — sophomore wide receiver Devin Chandler, junior wide receiver Lavel Davis Jr. and junior linebacker D'Sean Perry — who were shot fatally Sunday night.
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.
Virginia football’s final home game of the season against Coastal Carolina has been canceled.
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.
Third-year student Mike Hollins, one of two individuals who was injured in Sunday’s shooting, is being treated at the U.Va. Health. Hollins underwent a second surgery Tuesday morning, per a tweet from his mother — as of noon Tuesday, no additional updates on his condition have been provided.
Charlottesville Police arrested Bryan Silva Monday evening following a string of threatening social media posts Silva had made throughout the week, including a video of weapons ammunition. Silva has been convicted of multiple counts of prior possession of an illegal firearm and cannot own ammunition.
Thousands of students, faculty, staff and community members gathered at South Lawn at 7 p.m. Monday evening to grieve, heal, reflect together and honor the lives of the three victims of Sunday’s shooting.