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Book critic Mythili Rao spoke to U.Va. Magazine about the process of book reviewing, and the books she's looking forward to in 2014.
The New Yorker said in its "Culture Desk" column that "her debut went without a hitch."
Tina Fey answers questions from alumni.
The making of Tina Fey, as told by Fey's friends, professors and Fey herself.
The Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry provides insight into the future of health care.
As it turns out, writing the book was the easy part. After we both gave birth to our little ones - Catherine's son, Jennings, came just a
Maggie Voth (Col '13) walked the Lawn for Final Exercises with her close friends, as many other graduates did. However, she may be the only student in her class whose
A roundup of some of the University's top news briefs.
The following was originally published on the McSweeney's website as part of the author's yearlong column, Big Mom on Campus: Raising Two Kids in a Dorm.
Logan Sachon (Col '05) writes openly and honestly about finances, a subject once considered taboo, on the website The Billfold.
Jenna Wortham, alumna and NYT technology writer, discusses social media and how it affects the way we live
Pressure for success raises questions about the pace of life
“Reliable Source” columnist Amy Argetsinger has the scoop on the buzz
George struts the halls of Alderman and the stage at Westminster with equal prowess.
Stories of love arrive by the thousands every year in the email inbox of Daniel Jones (Col ’85).
The exhibit includes a rare Johns monoprint from 1954 and many other lithographs, lead reliefs, screen prints and embossings.
A close look at the preparations for phase two of the Rotunda renovation project.
The University's wrestling team has had a number of firsts and bests since Steve Garland took over as head coach six years ago.
Poetry, scholarship, a young adult novel and a southwestern cookbook.
U.Va. researchers look at genetic variation among brain cells; top-of-the-tongue phenomena; and a new method for diagnosing traumatic brain injuries.
We asked several Cavaliers to recall the moment in time when they knew they were good enough to play for U.Va.
What teenagers are looking for, researchers say, is a chance to put their growing ideas and capacities to work.