Charlottesville Tomorrow News Editor Elliott Robinson took part in a virtual town hall conversation hosted by Urban-Rural Action.
Photographer Mike Kropf has been out in the community over the past year taking photos to accompany Charlottesville Tomorrow’s COVID-19 coverage. As we head into year #2 of life with COVID, we thought we would share some of his outstanding work.
As a public service journalism provider, Charlottesville Tomorrow is constantly looking for ways to both improve and expand our editorial outreach. Beginning this month, our news team added a weekend newsletter. . .
Thank you for reading my stories this past two years. Feb. 16 is my last day with Charlottesville Tomorrow as its education reporter. I will be joining The Baltimore Sun’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion team starting Feb. 22.
Charlotte Rene Woods joined Charlottesville Tomorrow as a reporter in March 2019. She has a B.A. in Journalism + Design from The New School in New York City, where she covered a variety of breaking and long-form stories and served as Managing Editor of the student newspaper.
Student activists are increasingly making news, tackling issues such as campus racism, rising tuition and college administrators’ often arbitrary pandemic responses. But they often complain that coverage of their activism can be shallow, cliched or even biased.
Articles by Charlottesville Tomorrow reporters Jessie Higgins and Billy Jean Louis were featured in the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) special collaboration entitled: Lesson Plans, Rural Schools Grapple with COVID-19.
Ali Sullivan, a University of Virginia graduate with a bachelors degree in both Media Studies and Government, returns this week as Charlottesville Tomorrow’s first intern of 2021.
Thanks to our supporters, Charlottesville Tomorrow was able to exceed our extended goal of 250 donors in the final month of 2020. December’s total of 288 individual donors marked the highest single month in Charlottesville Tomorrow’s fifteen-year history.
Charlottesville Tomorrow, in partnership with Vinegar Hill Magazine and In My Humble Opinion talk show, has received $150,000 through the Google GNI Innovation Challenge to augment the launch of the recently established Charlottesville Inclusive Media project (CIM). The CIM partnership is one of 33 media projects to receive the GNI funding out of a pool […]