Recent Articles by

Caroline Newman

March 09, 2021
If you have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine, what can you safely do? What precautions should you still take? Infectious disease specialist Dr. Patrick Jackson explains.
February 26, 2021
Fiorani, UVA’s resident expert on Leonardo da Vinci, shares details and fun facts from her new book – and explains why the “Renaissance man” tag might be misapplied.
February 26, 2021
University photographer Sanjay Suchak’s snapshot of Wednesday’s “crowd” at JPJ is one for the COVID-19 time capsule.
February 26, 2021
Ten days of enhanced public health measures helped bring cases down, so University leaders eased some restrictions Friday while keeping other limitations in place and urging continued caution.
February 25, 2021
When a free clinic he volunteered with sent out a plea for telehealth volunteers, Zuhayr Shaikh saw a bigger problem that needed solving. He set out to solve it – and won the support of the Clinton Foundation.
February 23, 2021
Can people who have been vaccinated spread the COVID-19 virus? Is it safe to visit vaccinated relatives? What precautions should we take? Dr. Eric Houpt has some answers.
February 23, 2021
In September, the Board of Visitors endorsed a series of recommendations for improving diversity, equity and inclusion at UVA. Six months in, UVA has taken several concrete steps toward meeting those goals.
February 19, 2021
President Jim Ryan and his leadership team discussed the decision to impose tighter restrictions on Tuesday, and answered numerous questions about the spread of the virus at UVA
February 18, 2021
As part of its new Civility Project, the UVA Center for Politics invited Chris Krebs, Jamelle Bouie, Tara Setmayer and David Ramadan to discuss challenges facing America’s two-party system.
February 16, 2021
According to Dr. William Petri, the biggest problem is time. The more the virus mutates, the longer it takes to reach herd immunity, and the more time the virus will have to mutate again. But successful vaccines offer hope.