Neha Kulkarni


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Professor Profile: Wyatt Andrews

Although many professors have a background in academia, students can also learn invaluable lessons from those who have worked in the industry.

Putting more Green Dots on Grounds

Green Dot came to the University during a tumultuous 2014-15 school year, which prompted more conversation about how to combat violence and sexual assault.

Women’s March on Washington draws U.Va. students

The day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, a crowd of nearly 500,000 people — men and women alike — gathered in the nation’s capital to participate in the Women’s March on Washington.

Students enjoy deals during the holidays

While Thanksgiving signifies a time of togetherness and family, Black Friday and Cyber Monday bring a completely different element of consumerism to the holidays.

Does the blue light system work?

The University’s “blue light” emergency phones were first installed in the mid-1970s, though they are still used and installed today.

Celebrating random acts of kindness

Though the current state of affairs often elicits the shaking of heads and frowns, a new CIO on Grounds has made it its mission to change that.