Brownsburg Museum’s new exhibit will explore slavery in Rockbridge County through artifacts and stories from slave descendants.
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One athletic director said there is no “playbook” for how to deal with a tragedy involving a college sports team. But schools are sharing ideas as more and more of them face difficult situations, including the shooting deaths of three UVA teammates.
The suspect in the shooting joined a group of about two dozen students on a field trip to Washington, before opening fire on the bus.
Young alumni of the Lexington and Rockbridge County school systems want more diversity among teachers and a more welcoming environment for all students.
College and K-12 students continue to report in person for classes in Lexington and Rockbridge, while nearby universities move instruction online.
The court documents say the four men were “among the most violent individuals present in Charlottesville” on Aug. 11 and 12 of last year. It says photos and video footage shows they attacked counterprotesters, “which in some cases resulted in serious injuries.”
Rolling Stone argues that punishing the magazine for trying to warn the public with the editor’s note could prompt other outlets to stay silent when there are errors in an article in the future.
The plaintiff’s attorney questioned author Sabrina Rubin Erdely on her choice not to contact friends of the alleged victim or address her changing story.
University of Virginia administrator is suing the magazine for $7.85 million.
Former University of Virginia hospital orderly Jesse Matthew Jr. plead guilty to the murders and was sentenced to four consecutive life terms Wednesday.