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.
A new program of all things Earth-friendly this Thursday and Friday includes workshops, film screenings, a student poster competition and fun and games on the Lawn.
The four-day exercise tested cadets’ leadership skills, teamwork, and physical, mental and emotional toughness under realistic conditions.
The annual vigil allows current ROTC students to pay respect to their forebears for their sacrifices.
Two U.Va. undergraduate students have created a Web- and mobile-based polling application called “VotersChoice,” which helps politicians survey their constituents directly. They’ve received $60,000 in award funding and are planning for a winter launch.
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.
The Supreme Court Litigation Clinic’s 12th case to reach the highest court in the land involves a fascinating question: Can the government prevent the sale of a convicted felon’s legally owned firearms, even if they were unrelated to his crime?