Susan Svrluga
Reporter

Susan Kinzie is a Virginia rover for the Washington Post, covering anything and everything that’s happening in the Commonwealth.

She has also covered philanthropy and higher education for the Post, and started out with a local news beat in Southern Maryland .

She grew up in Massachusetts, graduated from Brown University and Columbia University, and worked at newspapers in North Carolina, Maine and New York before joining the Post.

Reach her with story ideas at (202) 334-7296, kinzies@washpost.com, or on Twitter @SusanKinzie.

Latest by Susan Svrluga

New president of Sweet Briar says he’ll work toward highest enrollment ever

New president of Sweet Briar says he’ll work toward highest enrollment ever

Sweet Briar College changes leadership, with a new board of directors and a new president promising to keep the school open

Obamacare has changed medicine. Now med schools need to change, too.

Obamacare has changed medicine. Now med schools need to change, too.

A doctor specializing in health-care policy argues that medical schools need to adapt to the sweeping legislation by changing the way they prepare future health-care leaders.

Genderqueer? Trans man? UC schools seek to make applications more inclusive

Genderqueer? Trans man? UC schools seek to make applications more inclusive

At a time of intense national interest in gender identity issues, the University of California system adds new options to its applications for admissions.

Sweet Briar gets $5 million from supporters, double the amount promised

Sweet Briar gets $5 million from supporters, double the amount promised

Under the terms of a settlement, an alumnae group had to pay $2.5 million by Thursday to help keep the college open. They paid early, and double.