Sociology professor Brad Wilcox says divorces are on the decline in 2020, with a silver lining to the pandemic being stronger unions between couples.
Local carver Ed Morton has become known over the years for the exquisite pumpkin carvings that he does for the Small Special Collections Library and other groups.
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Two UVA professors studied how health care technology is contributing to both positive and negative stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor Elizabeth Hutton Turner had just finished teaching her art history class when she got word. A painting she had been seeking for years had finally been found.
New UVA research shows how cancer can remodel human chromosomes, affecting the workings of our genes and allowing cancer to spread.
From beautiful hiking trails near Grounds to a new skatepark, UVA students explore five easy, accessible activities around Charlottesville that comply with physical distancing guidelines.
The annual Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign provides UVA employees an opportunity to give back to the community.