UVA grads find success in journalism.
Professor’s work paints alarming portrait of Facebook’s power
Catch up on some of the news from around the University.
May Days 1970: The week that would change UVA forever, through the eyes of those who were there.
The First Amendment was a major player in the events of August 11/12. A UVA legal expert shows how, and also asks some whys.
A doctor thought she’d donate blankets and socks during Hurricane Harvey and ended up contributing so much more.
Why I happily traded 7 million viewers for 20 undergraduates in a classroom. A report from our correspondent on the frontlines.
UVA Alumni Association President Jenifer Andrasko comments on recent events in Charlottesville.
How did CBS Executive Producer Mary Hager end up in political media, and why does she have UVA's former football coach to thank for her career path?
UVA’s athletics department has been renovating and expanding its production facilities in John Paul Jones Arena in order to meet technical specifications for the new ACC Network.
UVA student publications grapple with the same print vs. online issues that preoccupy the rest of the newspaper industry.
A federal jury in Charlottesville awarded Associate Dean Nicole Eramo $3 million against Rolling Stone magazine for defamation.
Media Studies Professor William Little teaches political theory, history, sociology and psychology, all through the lens of AMC drama “Breaking Bad.”
Students take a closer look at the national and local news cycles in UVA’s new Center for Media and Citizenship, and the Virginia Quarterly Review moves to a new home.
Alex Arriaga (Col '87) has tackled issues of human rights violations around the world — from torture and ethnic genocide to forced child marriage and the systemic rape of women in war zones — for the past 28 years. "Human rights," shes says, "is in my DNA."