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.
Seduced long ago by a lion's roar, environmental sciences professor Bob Swap introduces a new generation of students to a complex and changing Africa.
Civil War scholar Gary Gallagher surveys the visual arts to show how attitudes toward the war continue to change.
UVA's admission deans clear away some of the misinformation and media hype that surround the process of getting into a selective university.
After hurricanes ravaged an already fragile Gulf Coast, documentary filmmaker Christina Melton set out to tell the story from the viewpoint of those most affected.
From atomic clocks to circadian rhythms, time is relative. Authorities across a range of disciplines explain how they measure its passage.
Excellence comes with a price: in the University's case, $3 billion. The chairman of the capital campaign explains what it's all about.
A leading designer and purveyor of Judaica, this Darden grad follows an equally creative business plan.
For the past 18 years, this construction wizard has steered UVA's highest-profile projects on time and on budget, smiling all the way.
In 1960, UVA was on the vanguard of the emerging field of nuclear energy. Then came Three Mile Island.
Hailed as the toxic beauty queen of brownfield remediation, landscape architect Julie Bargmann is helping to regenerate forsaken sites and bring them back into the community fold.
Readers share their thoughts about the Summer 2016 issue of Virginia Magazine.
Two centuries after the founding of Thomas Jefferson's university, students and faculty are still exploring the interplay among science, religion and the state.
UVA's cherished Honor System is facing major challenges, not the least of which is students' reluctance to participate. Six people with an interest in the future of honor share their thoughts.
Will avian flu be the next plague? Medical experts and scholars at UVA assess the past for clues and weigh in on the consequences of an influenza pandemic.