Recent Articles by

Katie McNally

August 12, 2016
Third-year student Alexandra D’Elia gives UVA Today a behind-the-scenes look at the Rio Olympics through her summer position as a runner for NBC’s “Today.”
August 10, 2016
Political expert Larry Sabato said feeding frenzies in political news coverage have only become more intense in the 25 years since his influential book was published. He will join us live Friday to discuss the impact of this phenomenon in 2016.
August 09, 2016
The Dominica trip and a new, similarly focused trip to India are the first social entrepreneurship-oriented, study-abroad opportunities available to UVA undergraduates.
August 09, 2016
The world’s refugee population is at its highest level since World War II. UVA’s Christine Mahoney offers a unique social entrepreneurship-powered solution to this problem – and she’s prepared to put her money where her research is.
August 05, 2016
A new study by the Batten School’s Jennifer Doleac shows that trendy “ban the box” employment policies may be disproportionately harming minority applicants.
August 03, 2016
As recent reports suggest that third party candidates are creeping up in the 2016 election polls, presidential historian Barbara Perry explains the history of outsider candidates and their impact on American politics.
August 02, 2016
A new study suggests that increased numbers of supercenters, warehouse club stores and restaurants per capita lead to higher levels of obesity. Batten Professor Christopher Ruhm explains the findings of this collaborative research.
July 22, 2016
A new company out of UVA’s i.Lab Incubator is bringing some much-needed chemistry to Charlottesville’s beer and wine industry. Imbibe Solutions offers faster, local testing for all the scientific elements that make up the perfect brew.
July 22, 2016
Media Studies Professor Siva Vaidhyanathan shares the strange and fascinating experience of watching himself portrayed on stage in a new play, “Privacy,” at New York’s Public Theater.
July 21, 2016
UVA Today goes behind-the-scenes as University experts bring nonpartisan context and analysis to the Republican and Democratic national conventions.

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