Now that the FDA has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, law professor Margaret Foster Riley answers questions about how much leeway vaccine-hesitant individuals will have and more.
Kim Whitler has partnered with UVA Athletics and former Cavalier stars to create a workbook for student-athletes navigating name, image and likeness deals.
Join UVA scholars in going beyond the headlines to look back at the Miller Center’s oral history of George W. Bush’s presidency and the beginning of a 20-year war now coming to a tough and tragic end.
The decision exonerating Emerson Stevens of a 1985 Lancaster murder is the third absolute pardon the project has won since July.
Mincer’s UVA Imprinted Sportswear, the longtime family-run business on the Corner – which also has a location in The Shops at Stonefield – has been a staple of the Charlottesville community since 1948.
UVA economist Lee Coppock discusses today’s turbulent economy – and how he helps his students understand it.
UVA psychiatrist Dr. Greg Saathoff’s professional work tilted toward terrorism-related issues following 9/11, which helped instill in him a deep sense of humility.
Growing up in post-9/11 America, Maihan Far Alam was called a “terrorist” because of her ethnicity and suffered the deaths of family members during the conflict in Afghanistan.