Photo Gallery

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.

Where Am I? (November 2014)

Where Am I? (November 2014) **Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Kurt Neff (Engr '06) who correctly guessed that this is a shot of the pediment above the main entrance of Old Cabell Hall.

Pavilion VII

Pavilion VII Students walk past Pavilion VII, the Academical Village's first building. Photo by Andrew Shurtleff

Where Am I (October 2014)?

Where Am I (October 2014)?

**Contest Closed**

Congratulations to Rebecca Cooper Coleman, librarian in the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, who correctly guessed that this is the ceiling of the Scholars' Lab, located in Alderman Library.

Where Am I? (August 2014)

Where Am I? (August 2014)

**Contest Closed**

 

Congratulations to Donna Stapley, assistant to the director of Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, who correctly guessed that this is one of the skylights that lets light through to the Special Collections Library underground. "I should know, I sit under one of them!" she says.

Joey Baseball?

Joey Baseball?

After the most successful basketball season in decades, fourth-year guard Joe Harris (aka Joey Hoops) throws out the first pitch before a baseball game against Clemson. At press time, the UVA baseball team was ranked No. 1 in the nation.

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Highlights

A Hat Tip to UVA

A Hat Tip to UVA

Other schools’ alumni love their alma maters too. But it’s just not the same. Here’s why.