Born without thumbs, 2-year-old Connor Woodle is now able to hold open his favorite picture books. His parents couldn’t be happier with the U.Va. surgeon who made it possible.
Ben Tyson, who graduated in May from both the School of Law and the Darden School of Business, compiled an academic record that “has few parallels in the school’s recent history,” according to longtime law professor A.E. Dick Howard.
Saturday’s brilliant fall weather brought large numbers of students and alumni to the Lawn for this year’s event, which appears on its way to setting new fundraising records to support Parkinson’s disease research.
In the lead-up to Homecomings Weekend, organizers behind the “Hoos Got Your Back” campaign are planning a series of events this week aimed at preventing sexual assault.
On Saturday, U.Va. will host its 11th annual Pancakes for Parkinson’s event on the Lawn. Since 2004, U.Va. has raised more than $346,000 to support research toward finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease. And the whole event is student-run.
The 15-member panel is seeking ways to improve safety across the Charlottesville-Albemarle-U.Va. community, with emphases on enforcement, prevention and awareness, and engagement and education.
U.Va.’s Center for Survey Research is partnering with a D.C.-based nonpartisan organization in an effort that will use innovative methods and technology to give the American people more influence in the policymaking process.
Will Republicans take control of the U.S. Senate? And what happens if they do? U.Va.’s crack team of political pundits ponders those questions and a few more.
A new website and upcoming book offer effectiveness scores for members of Congress.
Festival organizers on Tuesday announced the full lineup for the popular celebration of all things cinematic, and tickets go on sale Friday.