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  • About George Hanbury

    About George Hanbury
    George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D. is the sixth president of Nova Southeastern University, the nation’s eighth largest private not-for-profit university, located in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Having recently taken over as President/CEO in July 2011, he has...
  • Daily Press Athletes of the Year: Karley Allen (New Kent) and Devonte Dedmon (Warhill)

    Daily Press Athletes of the Year: Karley Allen (New Kent) and Devonte Dedmon (Warhill)
    There's some merit to the belief that the three-sport high school athlete is on its way to becoming a relic. More parents encourage their kids to specialize these days in hopes of earning athletic scholarships, and steer them to club and travel teams...
  • Playboy list top party schools in the country

    Playboy list top party schools in the country
    The schools were picked by Playboy's editors, who considered feedback from readers, students, alumni, campus representatives and others. They also rated things like male to female ratios, academics, athletic records and the number hot spots nearby....
  • Teel Time: U.Va. faces familiar workhorse in Army's Chris Rowley

    Teel Time: U.Va. faces familiar workhorse in Army's Chris Rowley
    Virginia pitchers have one complete game the last two seasons combined, a stretch of 116 contests. Chris Rowley, Army’s almost-certain starter Friday versus the Cavaliers in the NCAA tournament, has completed 12 of 28 outings in the same two years....
  • Strange season cut short, Corrigan, ODU look to future

    Strange season cut short, Corrigan, ODU look to future
    Old Dominion wasn't going to win the Colonial Athletic Association basketball tournament. The Monarchs weren't going to salvage the strangest, and one of the worst, seasons in program history with a magical three-day run in Richmond. Jim Corrigan isn'...
  • Virginia's open records law presumes everything is public

    Virginia's open records law presumes everything is public
    You receive your real estate assessment and wonder if it accurately reflects the value of your home compared to those of your neighbors. An entrepreneur wants to start a business near your home and you want to know how it will affect traffic on your...
  • Teel Time: Virginia AD says security plan followed after win over Duke

    Teel Time: Virginia AD says security plan followed after win over Duke
    ¬†University of Virginia security followed planned procedure and “did its job” when fans stormed the John Paul Jones Arena floor Thursday after a basketball victory over Duke, athletic director Craig Littlepage said Friday. Prompted by...
  • Teel Time: Retiring VT president Steger advocated for athletics

    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...
  • Teel Time: Sims has only himself to blame for Virginia exit

    Teel Time: Sims has only himself to blame for Virginia exit
    A year after his celebrated transfer from Alabama, quarterback Phillip Sims’ Virginia career is finished, his time here marked by distraction and disappointment rather than victories and touchdowns. For this Sims has no one to blame but himself....
  • Ken Pomeroy's tempo-free stats all the rage in college basketball

    Ken Pomeroy's tempo-free stats all the rage in college basketball
    As a Virginia Tech student during the early 1990s, Ken Pomeroy was struck by the Hokies' new-found football success. He attended home games and applauded the likes of Frank Beamer, Antonio Freeman and Maurice DeShazo. But Pomeroy was most attuned to...
  • CSUSB Student Killed by Police Had Mental Health Issues

    CSUSB Student Killed by Police Had Mental Health Issues
    SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- Family members of a 38-year-old Cal State San Bernardino grad student who was fatally shot by police say he suffered from bipolar disorder. Bartholomew Williams, who was working on his second master's degree in...
  • Sequestration would reach far into the Virginia Peninsula community - and affect health services

    Sequestration would reach far into the Virginia Peninsula community - and affect health services
    Like a victim tied to buzz saw table in an old movie melodrama, federal, state and local agencies and departments, and a host of businesses and nonprofit organizations are watching with alarm as budget blades churn toward them. On Friday automatic...