3 hrs ago | Northern Virginia Daily
Sisters Ashley, left, and Allyson McManus, 18, of Middletown, share a smile during an interview Thursday.
5 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Paul Tudor Jones , the hedge fund billionaire, told an audience of University of Virginia students, alumni and others that it is difficult for mothers to be successful traders because connecting with a child is a focus "killer." As long as women continue having children, he said, the industry is likely to be dominated by men.
9 hrs ago | Gadling
If you're a parent who is interested in an international career, you've probably worried at one point or another what impact your peripatetic lifestyle will have on your kids.
10 hrs ago | Chemical & Engineering News
The electric dipole moments, shown as arrows, of these two enantiomers of 1,2-propanediol are alike in all but one respect: The dipole moments along the C -axis point in opposite directions.
13 hrs ago | Nature Neuroscience
The Department of Neuroscience at the University of Virginia seeks creative and energetic applicants for a tenure-track faculty position.
14 hrs ago | The Hook
Location: Bentivar Price range: $345,000-$1,200,000 Schools: Baker-Butler, Sutherland, Albemarle Pros: convenient location, large lots Cons: potentially hazardous access, wide variance in lot & house sizes and in prices a few years ago that landed one Bentivar resident behind bars for shooting his neighbor's pet after it allegedly scratched his ... (more)
18 hrs ago | Townhall
We call graduations "commencements" because students, once schooling is done, enter "real life." In that sense "dying" is the most radical commencement, as we move from what C.S. Lewis called the shadowlands into a far sunnier existence.
E.W. Jackson played every card in the deck to win Virginia's Republican lieutenant governor nomination Saturday night in Richmond - a rousing speech, a dedicated base, and charismatic appeal to undecided conservative delegates.
Don't believe everything you hear leading up to this year's state elections - that's the message from some political analysts, as new advertisements in the race for governor hit airwaves this week.
There is new headway in the fight to cure brain cancer and it comes from the University of Virginia.
Final exercises at University of Virginia took place on the Lawn last weekend, May 18 and 19, and while much was made of tradition, something was different: the dome of the Rotunda was copper colored - instead of the traditional white - for the ceremonies.
IF YOU'RE in your 20s and you think you've got, like, a decade before you have to get serious about your future, you'd better think again.
Baltimore-based higher education consulting firm Art & Science Group told the University of Virginia's governing board Tuesday that despite the university's stature as a "public Ivy," school and state leaders have been complacent in the past 15 years and the school is now falling behind many of its competitors, The Washington Post reported.
Even in Charlottesville, considered one of the most liberal cities in Virginia, blacks and whites had to fight to be seen not only equal as late as the 1970s and beyond.
It released its 'Charlottesville Works' project Monday. It stems from the 2011 "Orange Dot Project" report that found 27 percent of people in the city are living in poverty.
Researchers have developed an experimental iPhone application, or app, designed to help emergency medical technicians diagnose a particularly deadly form of heart attack and send that information quickly to waiting hospital surgical teams.
Some are calling this year's GOP ticket the most conservative in recent memory. And now, just days after nomination, the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor is coming under fire for a series of controversial statements.