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Coronavirus in Virginia Expected to Peak on May 28

The spread of coronavirus will likely peak in Virginia on May 28 — more than one month after the nation's overall peak on April 15 — according to the University of Washington's Institute for...

Student Council votes on police defunding, COVID relief in special session

UVA’s Student Council held an online special legislative session Sunday to vote on several resolutions related to COVID-19 relief and the Black Lives Matter movement at the University. The Representative Body of Student Council —...

Coronavirus: How I Lost Four Jobs in Four Days

People used to know me as many things; I was a sports commentator, racing mechanic, ESPN employee, fry cook, and a Domino’s delivery driver. Yes, I know that seems like a lot. A nineteen...

Fall 2020 committee addresses concerns, clarifies policies at town hall

President James Ryan and various members of the UVA Fall 2020 Committee held a virtual town hall Friday to clarify several policies that the University has adopted to mitigate spread of COVID-19. President Ryan started...
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Online Courses Replacing On-Grounds Classes

In an email to the University community dated Wednesday, March 11, University President James Ryan announced that all University of Virginia classes will be held online for the foreseeable future, possibly through the end...

Face Masks to Become the New Normal in Virginia

Gov. Ralph Northam announced today a state mandate requiring all citizens to wear a mask in indoor public spaces which will go into effect starting Friday, May 29.  The rule applies to “all places...