Cavalier Fans Defend Waste Diversion, Recycling Titles at Football Game
Using TV clips and mock trials, the law students are teaching their younger counterparts about their rights and perhaps stimulating their interest in studying the law.
On Tuesday, for the third year in a row, the Virginia Gentlemen, U.Va.’s oldest a cappella group, brought the spirit of Christmas to the White House in a vocal performance of holiday classics.
A new exhibit from the rich holdings of U.Va.’s Small Special Collections Library showcases the voices of Virginians during the Civil War through manuscripts, books, photographs and artifacts.
U.Va. students are poising themselves to compete globally by bringing the Hult Prize competition to U.Va., which aims to give student teams the opportunity and funding to solve major global problems.
Andrew Kilberg is the latest alum selected to clerk during the court’s 2014-15 session. Since 2005, U.Va. Law trails only Harvard, Stanford and Yale universities in the number of graduates selected to clerk at the nation’s highest court.
The University of Virginia Department of Parking & Transportation’s new program will offer a bicycle fleet for casual riders.
Enrollment is growing in Northern Virginia, but localities in other parts of the state are facing tough choices about closing and consolidating schools.
If you have a few dollars to invest, you might want to keep an eye on energy, or technology, or health care, or cybersecurity – or maybe even opportunities in Argentina, if your risk tolerance is high.
Interviews with dozens of the major players take you behind the scenes of Bill Clinton’s presidency.