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Yeardley Love case prompts U-Va. rule change

On the College Inc. blog, Dan de Vise reports that students returning to the University of Virginia will have a new question to answer at registration time: Have you ever been arrested?

The Yeardley Love slaying last spring prompted university officials to tighten their rules on students who are arrested or convicted. New President Teresa Sullivan discussed the changes Friday in a morning news conference.

See the full post here.

By Washington Post Editors  |  August 6, 2010; 1:21 PM ET
 
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