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  • UMW chooses Truman State's Paino as president

    Feb 22, 2016, 08:46 AM by Elizabeth Liverman
    Troy Paino, president of Truman State University in Missouri, will be the University of Mary Washington’s 10th president, succeeding Rick Hurley on July 1.
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  • Our view: Sweet Briar College, one year later

    Feb 22, 2016, 08:44 AM by Elizabeth Liverman
    A year ago this time, the board at Sweet Briar College was secretly planning to shut down the school, convinced the women’s college could not survive in today’s world. Now, here’s the new president at Sweet Briar, touring the country, and soon the world, telling a remarkable story about why the school is not just surviving, but perhaps even flourishing.
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  • H-SC presidential search down to the final three

    Feb 22, 2016, 08:41 AM by Elizabeth Liverman
    The search for Hampden-Sydney College’s 25th president of has been narrowed down to three candidates.
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  • UMW board considers increasing tuition, fees

    Feb 22, 2016, 08:37 AM by Elizabeth Liverman
    The University of Mary Washington’s board of visitors discussed possible tuition increases at its meeting Thursday.
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  • Report: Medicaid to claim more of Va. higher-education resources

    Dec 1, 2015, 09:54 AM by Elizabeth Liverman
    Medicaid costs will consume an increasing share of state resources, making it difficult to sustain funding levels for higher education and other discretionary programs over the next decade, a study by the University of Virginia’s Miller Center concludes.
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