The best-selling author and award-winning actor, screenwriter, director and producer will discuss his life in the arts during an event that is expected to draw about 5,000 people to the John Paul Jones Arena. more >
Cadets in the University of Virginia ROTC programs are helping active-duty military members and their families by sponsoring a blood drive on Grounds. more >
New mitochondrial and nuclear DNA testing of prehistoric skeletal remains provides “the best evidence of a social hierarchy in the ancient Southwest,” according to UVA archaeologist Stephen Plog. more >
During a congressional recess marked by division and protests, the congressman focused on bipartisan approaches to criminal justice reform, a cause he has championed during his more than three decades of public service. more >
The data comparing dozens of indigenous languages supports multiple, overlapping phases of migration during and following the last ice age, with early peoples speaking a variety of languages, including some now extinct. more >
Alumnus James Quarles took a path from the Engineering School to vice president of Instagram. He weighs in on the company’s growth, its future, and how students can prepare themselves for work in digital commerce. more >
Statistician Karen Kafadar is developing new techniques for understanding the difference between length of diagnosis and length of life regarding cancer screening. more >
According to research by Darden School of Business professor Robert F. Bruner, most presidents since World War II have been decidedly optimistic, often more so than the culture or media of their time. more >