The 123-year-old Cavalier Daily won't be publishing a print daily anymore.

Editors at the student-run newspaper have announced that they will "shift focus from the traditional daily newspaper to a digital-first newsroom."

Beginning the next school year, the paper will become a twice-a-week printed newsmagazine and enhance its digital and online offerings. The students plan to add mobile and tablet apps, a daily e-newsletter, enhanced multimedia content and emphasize social media and web graphics, according to a statement by the paper's editors.

Breaking news articles and other daily content will be posted on the publication's website. The print publication will come out every Monday and Thursday, and will feature more "in-depth investigative journalism" along with an increased focus on features, graphics and weekend previews, the editors say.

"Much of our audience is now getting its news online, and the print frequency reduction will free up time and resources that we can devote to producing digital content," outgoing editor Matthew Cameron said.

The Cavalier Daily received a $20,000 grant from the University of Virginia Parents' Committee last fall for digital expansion efforts.