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  • Man charged in Charlottesville case was accused of sexual assault at CNU

    Man charged in Charlottesville case was accused of sexual assault at CNU
    NEWPORT NEWS — The man charged with abducting a University of Virginia student who went missing nearly three weeks ago was accused of sexual assault at Christopher Newport University 11 years ago. Jesse L. Matthew Jr. — who police say also...
  • Tuesday's local interest college basketball roundup: No. 14 VCU men win, as do ODU and CNU women

    After an embarrassing second half in a loss to eventual Legends Classic champion Villanova, the No. 14 VCU Rams were determined to put that behind them the next night. They did. Melvin Johnson scored 19 points and Treveon Graham had 13 to lead the...
  • Mike London to return to Virginia in 2015

      Mike London will return to coach Virginia next season according to the school’s athletic director. Director of Athletics Craig Littlepage released a statement Wednesday afternoon confirming that London,  54, would be back for his sixth season....
  • College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot

    College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot
    Tuesday night’s College Football Playoff standings bode well for an easier placement of the ACC’s 11 bowl-eligible teams Sunday, including Virginia Tech. The key was the CFP selection committee’s ranking the Big Ten’s Michigan...
  • Virginia Tech triumphs 71-46 against UMES in Coach Buzz Williams' debut

    BLACKSBURG — While Coach Buzz Williams made his first appearance Friday night on the sideline for Virginia Tech in its 71-46 win against Maryland-Eastern Shore, he wasn't alone. More than half of his scholarship players had to get acclimated in...
  • Focus on the classroom

    Virginia's public universities represent a tremendous resource for the commonwealth, providing both preparation for the next generation of professionals and the type of research infrastructure that helps generate economic growth. Yet, in order to remain...
  • Steven Salaita files lawsuit against the University of Illinois

    Steven Salaita files lawsuit against the University of Illinois
    Controversial professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer at the University of Illinois was rescinded after he made anti-Israel comments on social media, filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the university has violated the state's open records law. The...
  • Four Tabb field hockey players sign Division I scholarships; Phoebus hurdler Charles Graham poised to sign with Missouri

    Four Tabb field hockey players sign Division I scholarships; Phoebus hurdler Charles Graham poised to sign with Missouri
    The Bay Rivers District has faithfully delivered a high percentage of state field hockey championships over the years, so it's hardly surprising that the league has moved many into the Division I ranks. Even so, it was hard not to be impressed when 10...
  • Will the FSU shootings change the Legislature's mind on guns?

    Will the FSU shootings change the Legislature's mind on guns?
    The tragic Florida State University shooting yesterday hit close to home, at least for legislators. FSU, for those who don’t know, is little more than a football’s throw from the Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee. So you’d think...
  • Colleges review security after FSU shooting

    Colleges review security after FSU shooting
    Police officers have become as visible on college campuses as students and professors, as schools respond to the early Thursday morning shooting at Florida State University. The incident, in which FSU alumnus Myron May injured three students in a campus...
  • Gun violence too often taken in stride

    Gun violence too often taken in stride
    I turned on a national newscast when I woke up, and the first thing they were talking about was Bill Cosby. I waited a bit more, and then they talked about President Obama and immigration. I waited some more. Finally they talked about ... the...