Photo Gallery

Where Am I? (July 2015)

Where Am I? (July 2015)

Located in Poe Alley, between Pavilions III and V, this decorative medallion commemorates Edgar Allan Poe's year of birth, year of death, and the year he attended the University (1826).

Congratulations to Tristan Jones (Engr '14) for guessing correctly!

** Contest is Closed **

Where Am I? (May 2015)

Where Am I? (May 2015)

**Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Arthur Durst (Col '08) for correctly guessing that this letterpress is located in Alderman Library, in the Stettinus Gallery outside of the McGregor Room.

Architecture Studio Space

Architecture Studio Space A glimpse at the Campbell Hall studio space of Margaret Nersten (Arch '15). During finals week, the A-School studio spaces are bursting with a wide variety of materials that students use to create their final presentation pieces.

Where Am I? (April 2015)

Where Am I? (April 2015) **Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Danica Kuncio (Col '08) who correctly guessed that this is a photo of UVA's Fan Mountain Observatory.

Up, Up, and Away

Up, Up, and Away

High-flying Justin Anderson has helped lead the Cavaliers to one of their best seasons in decades.

Photograph by Dillon Harding

Who Am I? (Feb 2015)

Who Am I? (Feb 2015)

Hint: I was shot and killed on the roof of the original Madison Square Garden.

**Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Richard Crawford (Educ '77) who correctly guessed that this is Stanford White, the architect who rebuilt the Rotunda after it had burned down, and designed Cocke, Rouss and Old Cabell Halls on the South Lawn. We had more than 200 contest submissions this round-- keep 'em coming!

 

Where Am I? (January 2015)

Where Am I? (January 2015) **Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Diana Sanchez (Col '14) who correctly guessed that this is a shot of the ladder in the McGregor Room in Alderman Library.

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Highlights

Engineering Entrepreneurship

Engineering Entrepreneurship

New efforts at the School of Engineering encourage engineering students to approach problems from an entrepreneur's perspective.

Singular Sensation

Singular Sensation

Alumnus brought his Broadway talents to Charlottesville to direct and choreograph A Chorus Line.