Recent Articles by

Caroline Newman

July 08, 2019
Thanks to the CFA Institute’s Young Women in Investment initiative conceptualized by a Darden alum, women from across India are getting the training they need to enter what is still a heavily male-dominated industry.
July 01, 2019
The museum just closed for major renovations, but these UVA alumnae can give you a glimpse behind the scenes – and show you the nooks and crannies they love the most.
June 28, 2019
Taylor Swift, Colin Kaepernick, Kim Kardashian and many other celebrities are making moral debates mainstream. Professor John Portmann argues that they are doing at least as much for morality as traditional, but often corrupt, moral leaders.
June 25, 2019
The two-hour documentary, produced by UVA’s Center for Politics, features firsthand accounts of the Aug. 11-12, 2017 “Unite the Right” rallies.
June 24, 2019
Dr. José Oberholzer, recently honored by the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, has nearly doubled organ transplants at UVA, pioneered juvenile diabetes treatments – and run 25 marathons to help the cause
June 24, 2019
One is bringing the circus – literally – to refugee camps and schools in Ethiopia, helping children heal. Another helped an entire city rediscover respect for its sanitation workers. This UVA fellowship is backing them – and many more.
June 17, 2019
Matthew Newton and his fellow WUVA reporters covered some of the biggest stories on Grounds this spring, including President Bill Clinton’s appearance and two national titles.
June 14, 2019
Public policy professor and part-time Hong Kong resident Harry Harding explains the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and what they could mean for China and the U.S.
June 14, 2019
Kait Dunton’s sixth album is a “musical letter of thanks” to UVA professor and famed jazz musician John D’earth, who inspired her to pursue a career in music.
June 12, 2019
McIntire School of Commerce graduate Ryan Ho’s Singapore-based events company has an impressive client roster and an even more intriguing list of activities, from bubble soccer to archery to something called “saber tag.”

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