CBS19 News (Charlottesville)

Brian Langmack, from Albemarle County, wants to build an affordable apartment complex for veterans and their families. Since first telling CBS 19 News about his idea in 2018, Langmack has teamed up with UVA engineering and architecture students who have helped him develop floor plans and make the village start to come to life.

Charlottesville Daily Progress

On the Grounds of the University of Virginia, ROTC cadets marched, rifle-to-shoulder, slow, steady and silent in solemn remembrance of those who have not come home.

Greater Greater Washington

A new study from the University of Virginia found that children who are raised in dense, walkable neighborhoods are more likely to find economic success later in life and out-earn their parents. The report partly attributes this to the sense of community that children in these areas develop. 

Richmond Times-Dispatch

The University of Virginia’s business school has been named one of the nation’s best. Bloomberg Businessweek on Nov. 4 released its ranking of the best U.S. business schools. The Darden School of Business at UVA came in fifth behind Stanford, Dartmouth, Harvard and the University of Chicago. The Darden School was ranked ninth last year.

Inside Higher Ed

Service to School provides free undergraduate and graduate application counseling to military veterans. For fall 2019, 178 veterans working with S2S enrolled as undergraduates at 72 colleges, including the University of Virginia.

The Dogwood

According to several political experts, these elections were a referendum on President Donald Trump. “I think that that’s where the Democratic energy is coming from,” said Kyle Kondik, communications director at UVA’s Center for Politics. “If Hillary Clinton were in the White House, we would not be talking about the Democrats today.”

Virginia Mercury

Hamilton Lombard can point to volumes of research and official data compiled by UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center that vividly shows the fault lines.

Financial Times

At UVA’s Darden School of Business, EMBA students can borrow up to $98,000 per year from Discover, a bank holding company, without the need for a U.S. co-signer.

Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle spoke with Alan Taylor, a history professor at the University of Virginia, about Jefferson’s vision for higher education, the relationships between students and slaves on the campus, and the reception Taylor has received for exposing UVA’s sordid history.

WVIR-NBC-29 (Charlottesville)

(Video) UVA alumni on Saturday got a peek at what new projects are coming to the University. 

The National Jurist

The UVA School of Law is the place to go if you want a great classroom experience, wonderful professors and superior quality of life. Basically, it sounds like the perfect law school even if you still have to take torts. No one other law school got more top honors by The Princeton Review in its recently released 2020 edition of "Best Law Schools."


UVA’s Center for Politics recently found that only three governors out of 50 trailed Trump in approval in their home state -- Raimondo, by a point; Bevin, by 34 points; and Justice, by 25 points.


While planning the early stages of the University of Virginia, Thomas Jefferson envisioned a fantastical planetarium for the school's historic Rotunda. In 2019, that vision has been achieved as the Rotunda Planetarium, thanks to three Ph.D students from the school's English department, and a grant from the Jefferson Trust. 

Inside Higher Ed

Eleven universities in Virginia, including the University of Virginia, have been promised just under $1 billion in state funding to substantially grow their computer science programs.

Charlottesville Tomorrow

This is a time of change for university-community relations, and local governments want to be at the table for that change. To do that, Charlottesville and Albemarle County elected officials have decided to remove themselves from the table most of the time. The city and county both this week dissolved the Planning and Coordination Council with the University of Virginia. 

WVTF Public Radio/Radio IQ (Roanoke)

The tiny town of Saxis on Virginia's Eastern Shore is learning to live with water. Donna Croushore spends much of her time at her vacation home on Saxis and has become the mayor's point person for resilience projects. Eighteen months ago, she signed the town up for RAFT, a collaboration of experts from the University of Virginia, William & Mary and Old Dominion University that provides towns with a scorecard to assess their resilience.

Washington Post

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam disclosed plans Thursday to help public universities produce 31,000 more degrees in computer science and related fields over the next two decades, an initiative that aims to help meet growing demand for a high-tech workforce as the state prepares for a new Amazon headquarters in Arlington. The University of Virginia plans to add 3,416 bachelor’s degrees.

The College Board

A conversation with UVA President James Ryan and College Board CEO David Coleman.

Charlottesville Daily Progress

UVA President Jim Ryan read to classes at Johnson Elementary School last week as part of the national Read for the Record program.