As economic events unfolded, some professors threw away their syllabi and kept pace with breaking news.
The annual muzzle awards took a bipartisan bent this year.
James Dean Erickson (Col ’08) only paints people he knows. He paints them so large that their faces take up whole walls, their irises half a foot wide.
With the Thomas Jefferson Visitor Center and Smith Education Center now fully open for business, a visit to Monticello has become an even richer experience.
Former U.S. Senator John Warner (Law ’53) was made honorary Knight Commander by Queen Elizabeth II on March 17.
Tony Bennett leaves Washington State University to become the new basketball coach at UVA.
Inaugural poet Elizabeth Alexander visits the University.
For his efforts over the years, Wilson has been elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, along with former Bills defensive end Bruce Smith. Wilson’s contributions ranged from lending the Oakland Raiders $400,000 in 1962 to being a key voice in negotiations to avoid a players’ strike in 1977.
John Sinders owns Khaleji Motorsport, which competes in the branch of auto racing that features cars like Porsche and Ferrari, and gets behind the wheel himself.
Outfielder John Barr (Col ’11) watches a ball during UVA’s game with Towson.
Angela Hucles made history at the University of Virginia, and she’s still making history as a professional.
Deborah Johnson teaches applied ethics in the Department of Science, Technology and Society in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at UVA. She co-edited Technology and Society: Building Our Sociotechnical Future.
Bruce Boucher on Thomas Jefferson and the future of the University's art museum.
Singer-songwriter Schuyler Fisk's (Col '06) debut album climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes folk charts.
Audio excerpts from the Virginia Festival of the Book, including novelists John Grisham, Mary Doria Russell and poet Debra Nystrom.
The Fourth of July is a bittersweet anniversary at the University. It marks both great achievement and sorrow; it is the birthday of a nation, but the death day of Founding Fathers.
Public speaking doesn't have to be scary. Judith Reagan's class helps you overcome your fears.
On the morning of the inauguration of the 44th president of the United States, I woke up next to Abraham Lincoln...
More than 1,200 members of the University community—alumni, faculty, students and friends—gathered in April for Black Alumni Weekend, making it the largest turnout in the event’s history.
There is little chance that six-foot swells would ever break in the Dell pond, but members of the Surf Club would be the first to catch them if they do.