UVA football coach Tony Elliott has unveiled how the Cavaliers plan to honor the lives of the three players who were shot and killed in November.
“A really cute, fluffy dog” lured Christy Haney to the rugby club’s table at a UVA activities fair. Ten years later, she’s still playing – in Ireland.
U.S. presidents shape their public images by choosing which products they use and establishments they frequent, a UVA historian says.
Shareholder pressure is having an effect on executive pay packages, most visibly that of Apple’s Tim Cook, Darden professor Shane Dikolli said.
Reopening markets closed by COVID, especially in China, should improve the world’s economic outlook, the Darden School’s Rodney Sullivan said.
A new UVA research survey finds that nearly half of women report menstrual symptoms affected their work.
UVA law professor Amanda Frost weighs in on conflict of interest allegations facing U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.
Former UVA and pro baseball player Brandon Guyer has a theory about how Major League Baseball’s new pitch clock could improve players’ health.
While testosterone is essential for many body functions, boosting levels above the normal range is not necessarily better, a UVA Health physician advises.
UVA Health is partnering with Southwest Virginia health care groups to expand telehealth access in the area.
The Math Behind the Medals: Professor Ken Ono Is Helping Virginia Revolutionize Swimming Performance
Meet Ken Ono, the math professor behind the UVA swimming team’s national success.
Take out your calendars: The Atlantic Coast Conference on Monday released the 2023 football schedule, including UVA’s.
Oxytocin is a bit overblown as a love potion, says a UVA psychology professor who helped discover the link between oxytocin and social behavior in prairie voles.
New population figures show Northern Virginia and Hampton Roads losing population, parts of rural Virginia gaining
New state population estimates from the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service “contain more bombshells than one of those supermarket tabloids.”
Tim Longo, associate vice president for safety and security and chief of police, advocates for the erasure of a legal exemption that allows guns in university buildings.
UVA Law student Tyriek Mack represents a mentoring success story for a Washington-based program – and he’s giving back.
Geriatrician Dr. Laurie Archbald-Pannone says “keeping our brains healthy and engaged is the ultimate anti-aging strategy.” She offers five tips.
“The future seems unlimited” for UVA’s College at Wise, which may get a big boost from the General Assembly this year, according to an editorial.
A.E. Dick Howard, UVA’s longest-serving law professor, received the Virginia Bar Association’s highest honor on Jan. 20.
ROTC alumna and U.S. Army Capt. Michelle Benecke stepped away from a promising career to end the Pentagon’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.