Make this page my homepage
graphic UVA logo
UVA Top News Daily
Thursday,
May 11, 2006
Click for Charlottesville, Virginia Forecast
Access U.Va.
Headline News
Ongoing Stories
Calendar
Things to Do
Cavalier Daily
Inside UVA
Publications
News Releases
News Releases
UVA NewsMakers
News Sources
Special Reports
Search
Contact Us

 

 

THE VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW CAPTURED two awards – one for General Excellence and another for Fiction – at the 41st National Magazine Awards ceremony on Tuesday, May 9 in New York City. VQR was nominated six times in four categories, an unprecedented number of nominations for a magazine with a full-time staff of four and a circulation of less than 7,000. VQR joined Time, Esquire, Harper's, Rolling Stone, New York and the New Yorker in winning two awards at this year’s ceremony. Full Story.

U.Va. News Services

 
 

Remember when kids had two or three best friends, sharing long conversations in secret hideaways and restaurant booths, forming tiny webs of alliance and evading censorious oversight from teachers, parents and bosses? Betrayal often meant death — to the friendship — or at least an after-school showdown. The borderline between friends and authority clear, kids ran together in a world of "us" and "them". Now, with websites like MySpace and flickr, casual thoughts and candid photos between friends are served up to millions of online strangers, quicker than you can say "TMI." Full Story.

Virginia.edu

   
 

New research calls into question the linkage between major Atlantic hurricanes and global warming. That is one of the conclusions from a University of Virginia study to appear in the May 10, 2006 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters. “It is too simplistic to only implicate sea surface temperatures in the dramatic increase in the number of major hurricanes,” said lead author Patrick Michaels, U.Va. professor of environmental sciences and director of the Virginia Climatology Office. Full Story.

U.Va. News Services / Photo: Courtesy NOAA

 
 
SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
Washington Post Correction — 01/12/2006
CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL CORRECTIONS
ALSO IN THE NEWS
U.Va. Unveils Schematic Design for South Lawn Project
U.Va. Leads Public Universities with Highest African-American Graduation Rate for 12th Straight Year
 
Web Calendar  

Information and Thrombosis in Vascular Disease • Susan Smyth, University of North Carolina• Noon • MR5 Building, Rm. 1005.

 
     
 

Impact
Showcases Engineering at U.Va.
Published biannually by U.Va.’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Take Part in Discovery

Summer Opportunities

Index page

     
 
Jump to a University Publication
 
The Sccoreboard

Click any item below for more information.
The Scoreboard

Baseball:
NCAA Tickets on Sale Now

Men’s Lacrosse:
Virginia Receives Bid to NCAA Championships


Women’s Lacrosse:
Two Cavaliers Earn National Honors


More Cavalier Sports News

 
 
U.Va. Magazine

HoosOnline
 
   
  Go to Previous IssueIndex of Archives
   
  Top News Daily site edited and maintained by Karen Asher; releases posted by Sally Barbour.
Last Modified: Wednesday May 10, 2006
© 2006 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia