University says offensive ‘F— UVA’ signs in common area are protected free speech
A large sign saying "F--- UVA" on a residence door on the school's Lawn has riled alumni and created a social media debate that led the university’s president, rector and general counsel to defend it as protected political speech.
Universities are suspending admissions to their Ph.D. programs
The programs hope to be able to maintain their financial support of already enrolled students, many of whom are being forced to overcome various disruptions to their education, including revamping or delaying their research plans because of the pandemic.
Enrollment at Virginia colleges dipped only 1% this semester, avoiding disaster
The number of students enrolled in colleges throughout Virginia has declined 1.3% this year, which amounts to a large sigh of relief for university and state leaders, who feared a drop of as much as 20% because of the coronavirus pandemic.