Friday and Saturday, families flocked to Charlottesville to move first year students into UVa dorms. WUVA News spoke to the incoming students and their parents about starting at a university currently at the center of national attention and debate. White supremacy and violence aside, these new UVa families are proud to be in Charlottesville. That won’t change regardless of what happens here.
WUVA talked to Mary Kate Cary, Senior Fellow at the University of Virginia Miller Center, about the surprises and insights of this past Gubernatorial...
Walking down the streets of Charlottesville or on grounds, endless tributes to Heather Heyer are on display. The city is scarred by recent violence...
The recent situation in Zimbabwe has been peculiar. The military has detained President Robert Mugabe and now he has retired as president, ending 37-year...
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