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OPINION: “Not On Our Grounds” Isn’t Doing Enough

The following statement appears on UVa’s “Not On Our Grounds” page: “each of us has the power to step in and help someone we...
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UVa Rotunda Open for Business

WUVA takes a deeper look into the re-opening of the Rotunda, learning about students' reactions.

UVa Students React to the First Presidential Debate

On Monday night, over 81 million viewers tuned in to watched the first 2016 presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. The...

University of Virginia Coaches Get Down to Business

Last week, Michael Lenox, Senior Associate Dean & Chief Strategy Officer at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, held a...

Judge Delays Child Pornography Trial Against UVa Professor Walter Korte

University of Virginia faculty member Walter Francis Korte Jr. will not be going to trial for child pornography charges until October 24. Korte attempted...

OPINION: America Looks Forward to the First Presidential Debate

The time has finally arrived – the 2016 Presidential Debates are here and many people are eager to hear both candidates as they take...

Students Benefit from “Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball” Election Analysis

With the 2016 Presidential Election right around the corner, the UVa Center of Politics has been updating “Larry Sabato’s Crystal Ball,” a series of...

New UVa Technology Aims to Ease Anxiety Online

Mind Trails, an online service designed to alleviate anxiety, debuted last week thanks to the work of UVa Professor Bethany Teachman. The new tool...

UVa Police Offer Self-Defense Class

The UVa Police Department will hold a free self-defense course at the beginning of October for interested women age 15 or older. “It is never...

Fralin Museum Features New Exhibition, “THE GREAT WAR”

Images of war typically depict horrific, gory, and violent scenes. The Fralin Museum of Art at The University of Virginia showcases a different perspective...

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Alum Martese Johnson Settles with Virginia ABC for $250K

Martese Johnson, a 2016 graduate of the University, has settled his lawsuit against the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) for $249,950. In March...
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WUVA NOW: Confederate Statue Court Case

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqLEsSEOzgw Today's WUVA NOW takes a look at the latest alt-right conviction, and a court case that may hold city councilors personally liable for their...
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Prof Talk: “Liberals, You’re Not as Smart as You Think”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dccf2GmLRQQ Gerard Alexander, the author of "Liberals, You're Not as Smart as You Think," spoke to WUVA about his disregard for cultural appropriation, and the...