Months After Sullivan's Ouster and Return, U. of Virginia Is Still in Deep Self-Analysis

Months After Ouster, U. of Virginia Is Still in Deep Self-Analysis 1

The focus on university events goes beyond academe. A real-estate company noted Ms. Sullivan's return in an ad. The firm's managing broker, an alumnus, said it was her way of showing support. "I was floored by the whole thing."

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The focus on university events goes beyond academe. A real-estate company noted Ms. Sullivan's return in an ad. The firm's managing broker, an alumnus, said it was her way of showing support. "I was floored by the whole thing."

Nobody does controversy quite like the University of Virginia.

It has been three months since Teresa A. Sullivan was forced out and then rehired as the university's president, but Virginia students and faculty are still picking through the bones of the scandal. Panel discussions, presidential addresses, library archiving efforts, and even a new academic course are all devoted to wrestling with the implications of the university's tumultuous summer.

At 11 a.m. today, Ms.