A tale of performance-enhancing good manners, how nice guy James Rector had his 100 meters dashed.
A series of Board-approved actions seeks to reclaim the historic landscape and the higher ground on civil discourse.
With plans to extend UVA’s reach beyond Grounds, new deans are leading three UVA schools.
From across the decades, the flicks that resonated most with alumni during their time on Grounds.
The grassroots campaign that convinced the General Assembly to fund a badly-needed new library.
The Emmet-Ivy Corridor, a parcel of land larger than the Lawn, will bridge Central and North Grounds and the Athletic Precinct, and become the University’s new geographic center.
Researchers now have a better understanding of why this rare complication often occurs during sleep.
Tools used in intensive care units overestimate the risk of death for all patients, but particularly for Black and Hispanic patients.
Frequent tutoring with experienced teachers or volunteers, personalized instruction, and a positive, mentoring relationship between tutor and student can close learning gaps for students from lower-income families.
Freely-moving, undirected thoughts have a distinct electrophysiological “signature” which can be seen by measuring brainwaves.
Researchers advise caution in drawing conclusions about girls from research conducted primarily with boys.
Less is often more, but not when it comes to problem-solving and solution-seeking, when our brains default toward additive rather than subtractive changes.
After touching the lives of tens of thousands of students over more than a decade, Groves left in June for a new adventure.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
Editor Richard Gard provides a preview of the Fall magazine.