Five U.Va. students will be honored Saturday by former President Bill Clinton and will take home $10,000 for winning a nationwide competition to educate college students about the federal debt.
Learn how the current revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia are similar to the ideological struggle between communism and democracy in the 20th century.
Governmental gridlock is the reason for the stock market run-up, says one professor. Another says it’s due to firms cutting costs and jobs while maintaining output. Will the run last?
Several professors offer insight on the run-up in the stock market despite recent developments that might make one expect a decline.
A simple ceramic water purification tablet invented at U.Va. that can disinfect water simply by resting in a vessel where water is poured will be introduced Friday during a celebration event.
Friends and faculty members remembered Casey Schulman, who died Saturday in a boating accident in Roseau, Dominica, as a student who “radiated happiness.”
A forthcoming book from professor emeritus Ruhi K. Ramazani may be the final publication from a man dubbed the “dean of Iranian foreign policy.”
The Political Psychology Working Group’s first-ever conference will bring some big-name scholars to Grounds to discuss how the unconscious mind could influence the way people vote in the 2012 election.