The discussion between Brit Hume, Ana Navarro, Symone Sanders and Marc Short was lively and even heated at points, but ultimately proved an important point about connecting Americans with sharply different opinions. more >
Video review lowers fans’ perceptions of referee competence, according to Lalin Anik’s study of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The study raises questions for other sports as well as for those, from police to doctors, using technology to aid decisions. more >
This new interactive map combines qualitative predictions from Larry Sabato and UVA’s Center for Politics with population data, surveys and social media insights from global market research company Ipsos. more >
Would you eat cricket protein bars? Alumna Lyon McCandless is betting the tiny chirpers – nicknamed “the gateway bug” – become the next big health food, and she’s building a business around them in UVA’s iLab. more >
David Hyman started at Netflix in 2002 as the only lawyer at the company, which now employs more than 300 legal experts. He talks about his work, his favorite Netflix original series and what it’s like to be general counsel for a Fortune 500 company. more >
Among Taylor Sheppard’s future goals: Finishing her tour of duty as a nuclear engineer and submarine officer in the U.S. Navy, swimming the English Channel (a cold, arduous, 21-mile undertaking), and transforming the energy industry. more >
Taking part in the UVA Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s High School Leaders Program this summer, students from across Virginia learned about state politics and government while teaming up to propose new laws. more >
Damian Warshall’s journey from real estate financier to nitro cold brew coffee guru is nearly as remarkable as the rapid rise of his coffee startup, Snowing in Space Coffee, which is saturating Virginia, D.C. and Maryland, cup by cool, creamy cup. more >