Virginia Singarayar

Washington, D.C.

Design Editor and Art Director

Education: Colorado State University: BA in journalism; minor in politics

Virginia Singarayar is a manager and editor on the newsroom's design team. She helps with project management, art direction and storytelling across platforms — working closely with the Sports department. She has been at The Washington Post since April 2014 and previously worked as a designer at the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Latest from Virginia Singarayar

USWNT fights for equal pay as team begins Women’s World Cup defense

The U.S. women’s soccer team, in France for the World Cup, has a big challenge back home: a battle against gender discrimination.

June 3, 2019

Coach K, Duke basketball aim for another NCAA tournament title in one-and-done era

Acclaimed for nurturing talent over 39 years as Blue Devils coach, Mike Krzyzewski has fully embraced recruiting and playing freshmen who likely won’t return to school after one season.

March 14, 2019

LeBron James passes Michael Jordan on NBA’s scoring list

As James tops Jordan’s scoring mark, NBA players who defended both reveal who they’d pick with the game on the line.

February 14, 2019

A year in comments from Washington Post readers

Here’s a review of some of the biggest news events from 2018, as told by readers.

December 21, 2018

Horse and trainer survive Lilac Fire and help each other heal

One year ago, fire tore through the San Luis Rey Training Center near San Diego, killing 46 horses. The tragedy could have been worse.

November 29, 2018

Kobe Bryant, revising his own history

Aspiring to an entertainment empire, Hall of Famer wants to be seen as more than a former basketball player, but 2003 rape accusation is what some remember most

November 14, 2018

NFL coaching trees: Mapping the roots, influences of every active head coach

Mapping the roots, influences and origins of every active head coach

October 12, 2018

Alex Smith comes to the Redskins with self-assurance as his strong suit

No longer burdened by self-doubt and insecurity after being cast aside in San Francisco and Kansas City, quarterback has found a sense of inner peace in Washington.

July 21, 2018

25 Washington Nationals and Senators living MLB all-stars

Where are they now? A look back at every living player who has represented Washington as an MLB all-star.

July 13, 2018

The Washington Capitals’ path to the 2018 Stanley Cup finals

Another playoff failure was followed by a summer of roster churn. At the outset of the season, it seemed unlikely a title shot would be in Washington’s future.

May 28, 2018