Police officers from UVA, Charlottesville and Albemarle laced up for the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run, benefiting Special Olympics Virginia.
Telecounseling is here to stay in higher education. Nicole Ruzek, UVA Counseling and Psychological Services director, comments.
Naomi Cahn, UVA Law, writes about legal protections at work for women with menopause, and the stigma around discussing symptoms.
Rock & Reel, a Juneteenth celebration exploring Monticello's traditional folk music, will take place at the Rotunda on June 18. 
Ethan Anderson, his family and his mentors reflect on his early baseball career at UVA and his plan to give back to his supporters.
D'Sean Perry's artwork and other works in his memory will be displayed in a gallery on Grounds until June 23.
UVA cosmologist Bradley Johnson and colleagues received a $53 million dollar grant to research the universe's past via telescope. 
For the first time since 1964, Leonard Sandridge and Larry Boppe visited their old stomping grounds: CBS 6 News in Richmond.
The "Visions of Progress" exhibition at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library will be celebrated on Grounds this weekend.
UVA alumnus and former New York Jets left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson is headed to nursing school.
A look into the life and work of Tami Kim, Darden School of Business, as one of the top 40-under-40 MBA professors for 2023.
Robert F. Bruner, Darden School of Business, writes on financial crises throughout history and the factors behind slow reaction times.
UVA alumna Korin Hudson comments on the meticulous planning that goes into supporting medical needs for major events. 
Amy Mathers, UVA Health, writes on the need for the U.S. to prepare for the next public health crisis, antimicrobial-resistant bacteria.
Lillian Rojas comments on student self-governance as she steps into her role as student representative on UVA's Board of Visitors.
Arts & Sciences undergrad Sarah Deavers writes about the recent shift in the horror film genre from chilling to cheesy.
Andrew Dudley, UVA Health, discusses a pair of studies that could be instrumental in slowing the progression of breast cancer. 
Max Luna, director of UVA's Latino Health Initiative, highlights efforts to help Latino people feel more comfortable performing CPR.
UVA's soccer programs landed the #9 spot on Sports Brief's list of best soccer colleges in the country. 
A national initiative led by UVA Health and partners aims to further reduce barriers to health care by offering accessible telehealth services to older adults.