Recent Articles by

Caroline Newman

December 15, 2017
Gov. Terry McAuliffe created the council in October to ensure that no area or demographic group is left behind in the commonwealth’s pursuit of a healthier environment. UVA representatives will lead its first meeting Monday.
December 14, 2017
The digital currency bitcoin has grown rapidly in the past few months, spurring a flurry of high-stakes speculation. McIntire School of Commerce Professor Robert Parham explains what you need to know.
December 13, 2017
Kerem Cosar, a professor of economics specializing in international trade, discusses the economic implications of the contested trade deal and tense negotiations between the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
December 11, 2017
While looking into a 52 percent promotion gap between women and men, a UVA economist found that promoting women to higher ranks had “spillover” benefits for many more women.
December 07, 2017
The current minimum wage for UVA employees is $12.38 per hour, above both the $7.25 federal minimum wage and the $11.86 estimated living wage for the City of Charlottesville.
December 06, 2017
This is one exam-time question you can answer right now. Tell us your choice and learn more about some of your favorite spots.
December 06, 2017
Professor Shilpa Davé appeared in a new documentary already generating a lot of buzz. She discusses a beloved Indian character on “The Simpsons,” the problematic stereotypes he represents and how Asian-American representation on TV is changing.
December 05, 2017
WTJU started in Old Cabell in 1957. Take a look back at 60 years of students spinning music – and sporting some pretty incredible fashions along the way.
December 05, 2017
The 1968 Chennault Affair echoes in the current case against Michael Flynn. UVA Miller Center scholar Ken Hughes explains how that affair provides an important precedent for today’s special counsel investigation.
December 01, 2017
Copenhagen’s Human Library project has spread to Charlottesville, with hundreds of attendees checking out dozens of “books.” These are no ordinary books, however – they are people, each with stories as fascinating as any novel.