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

After all the debate, what will U-Va. sorority women do tonight?

After all the debate, what will U-Va. sorority women do tonight?

The National Panhellenic Conference says they can’t go to fraternity parties tonight. They’re responding in a variety of ways.

Sororities ‘very surprised’ by U-Va. student response to frat party ban

Sororities ‘very surprised’ by U-Va. student response to frat party ban

National sorority leaders respond to outcry at the University of Virginia, saying people are missing the point.

More than 4 out of 5 students graduate without a job. How could colleges change that?

More than 4 out of 5 students graduate without a job. How could colleges change that?

A CEO argues that smaller companies can’t afford to recruit on campus, and college career counseling isn’t doing enough to show graduates where the jobs are

No hard alcohol, no pledging: Dartmouth plans major cultural reforms

No hard alcohol, no pledging: Dartmouth plans major cultural reforms

Ivy League school in New Hampshire moves to internal residential communities, works to rein in drinking, hazing, other ‘extreme behavior’.