Humans are meant to live in nature, even when they live in cities. University of Virginia architecture professor Tim Beatley calls it “biophilia.”
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In Depth News
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- ‘Wokeness’ critic: ‘White privilege’ is used for division at University of Virginia
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In Depth Sports
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- Analysis: Did the Baltimore Orioles get value in trades of Trey Mancini, Jorge Lopez?
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- Analysis: Why didn’t UVA hoops alum Kyle Guy give the NBA one more shot?
- Why do schools like UVA fleece students to balance the books for athletics?
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- Big Ten, SEC back expanded College Football Playoff: Why is the ACC still hedging?
- Blueprint for how the ACC survives the expansion wars: But it won't be easy