UVA’s Vikram Jaswal said current approaches to autism are based on dangerous assumptions that body language imports that autistics are not social people and that their expressed desire to socialize is ignored.
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June 13, 2018
Did police take advantage of a boy’s youth and mental limitations to win a murder conviction in a case highlighted on Netflix’ hugely popular “Making a Murderer”? UVA Law expert Brandon Garrett gives his opinion.
June 11, 2018
UVA law professor Mila Versteeg’s research has found that just because a right is enshrined in a national constitution does not mean citizens can breathe easy.
June 05, 2018
As the student representative to the governing body, Brendan Nigro said this year he will focus on keeping UVA affordable and helping to reshape the Ivy Corridor, which is being remade to be a more welcoming entry to the University.
May 30, 2018
Dr. Andrew Wolf led the way for the American Cancer Society’s groundbreaking recommendation that colorectal cancer screenings begin at age 45 instead of 50.
May 22, 2018
The class president spoke for nearly 12 minutes about the meaning of family and home, sharing the heartbreaking story of his mother’s battle with cancer and how it helped him find a second family at UVA. Did he really do it without notes?
May 08, 2018
In her second year, Paige Taul dedicated herself to filmmaking. As she prepares to walk the Lawn, she discusses three of the films she is most proud of.
April 29, 2018
Anderson .Paak headlined the 18th Springfest at UVA, an event put on for students, by students.
April 23, 2018
Diane D’Costa will use her double major in public policy and youth and social innovation to teach high school social studies in Tulsa, Oklahoma for Teach for America.
April 19, 2018
“We refuse to allow violence,” reads a letter demanding gun reform from government leaders. UVA Student Council President Sarah Kenny recruited more than 80 student leaders from around the country to sign on.