This event was moderated by Larry Sabato (Col ‘74) and the panel included John T. Casteen III (Col ‘65, president of UVA), Leonard Sandridge (executive vice president and chief operating officer of UVA), Arthur (Tim) Garson (executive vice president and provost) and Robert Sweeney (senior vice president for development and public affairs). With both Casteen and Sandridge retiring this year, the University is preparing for its most significant change in leadership in decades.
Kristina Lawrence (Col ’07) of the UVA Club of Washington, D.C., pitches in during a Halloween party held to benefit Horton’s Kids, an organization founded by Karin Walser (Col ’88) to help inner-city children in the district.
Charles McMurdo (Engr ‘29), the Thomas Jefferson Society’s oldest active member, accepts a gift presented to him in honor of his 80-year reunion.
Purple shadows fall as President Casteen formally inducts the Class of 1959 into the Thomas Jefferson Society of alumni.