The Implicit Association Test, developed by a team including UVA psychology professor Brian Nosek, shows the influence of unconscious attitudes on behavior.
A brief look at rules and regulations concerning student life in 1847.
Current students talk about the money and effort involved in making a dorm room a personalized space.
We Are Marshall, based on a 1960 plane crash that claimed the lives of Marshall University's football team, brings many emotions to the surface again for Mary Jane Tolley (Educ '66), whose husband, Rick Tolley (Educ '64), was the team's head football coach.
The International Youth Democracy Summit gives students the opportunity to engage with the American tradition of democracy.
The Society for Scientific Exploration provides a forum for discussion of theories that mainstream scientific journals refuse to touch—from dowsing to UFOs.
Emily Hesaltine addresses flaws in the Department of Homeland Security's emergency preparedness website with a site of her own.
Predictions for the 2007 women's basketball season and a look at changes in the roster.
An undergraduate looks for causes of high participation in European democracy and points to better candidates as a possible solution to low turnout in domestic elections.
Looking ahead to the 2007 season, the team's first in John Paul Jones Arena.
From training dogs to picking stocks, UVA graduates share advice on a variety of topics.
Comics in the 'Cavalier Daily' lead to a national controversy and questions about free speech.
The University ends its early-decision program on the basis of evidence that the program is in conflict with efforts to make a UVA education accessible to low-income students.