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South Dakota’s early citizens thought higher education to be so important that they amended the state constitution in 1896 to establish the Board of Regents One of the board’s nine seats is reserved for a state university student. The...
Shelly Milks, a senior at Lynchburg College, recently was awarded two of the top honors at Lynchburg College's annual awards banquet. Milks, a Gloucester High School graduate, won the Female Senior Award and the Female Athlete of the Year honor....
The Varsity BlogNorthampton High School graduate Tyler Bauer is headed to Wisconsin-La Crosse this weekend for the NCAA Division III Track & Field Championships. The Muhlenberg College sophomore is seeded 10th of 20 competitors in the javelin competition, which is...
Psychiatrist Daniel Offer ignored conventional wisdom and prevailing theories in conducting research that provided new insights into adolescent development and how adults remember the past. "He always said, 'You've got to get the data,'" said his wife,...
Recognizing bias The reports [of Isle of Wight racism concerns] I have seen are taking a biased path approaching this subject. My generation (baby boomers) see these statements through the experience of the 1960s and 1970s and a lot of us cringe at any...
The University of Virginia's capital campaign has exceeded its $3 billion goal. The university says in a news release that it received donations from more than 220,000 individuals and corporations. More than 220,000 individuals and corporations...
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA Lynchburg pageant winner is using her crown to share a message about depression. Addison Walker is Miss Hill City 2013. She's visiting schools, like Linkhorne Middle in Lynchburg, to talk about mental health issues. Walker, who's now a student at...
Charles Steger was not the most visible or vocal proponent of Virginia Tech athletics. But as Hokie Nation reflects on his retirement after nearly 14 years as university president, there’s no questioning his advocacy or appreciation for major...
BREMEN -- Dr. Otis R. Bowen, who celebrates his 84th birthday today, is already a permanent fixture in his hometown of Bremen, but later this year, he'll also become a permanent fixture in the Ronald Reagan library and museum. As a former Indiana...
A climate scientist once targeted by state Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli over his research will be guest lecturer at the Virginia Air & Space Center in Hampton on Tuesday. Michael E. Mann will speak at 7:30 p.m. on "The Hockey Stick and the Climate...
The State Board for Community Colleges will meet in Richmond on Thursday to discuss tuition and fees policy recommendations for the 2013-2014 academic year. Board members also plan to consider policies for faculty evaluations and discuss salary scales...
The TV career of Edgar Allan Jones Jr. began with a phone call in early 1958 from a producer who needed to cast someone knowledgeable about the law. Although Jones taught law full time at UCLA, he was nervous at the prospect of auditioning: His only...
Tags: Laws, Teachers, Television, New York City, Labor Legislation
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