Photo Gallery: What Am I?

What Am I? (April 2018)

What Am I? (April 2018)

Congratulations to Steven Schiff (Col ’06 L/M) who won a $25 gift card to the UVA Bookstore by correctly answering that this is a detail of the Homer statue by Moses Jacob Ezekiel on the Lawn in front of Old Cabell Hall.

What Am I? (July 2016)

What Am I? (July 2016) Congratulations to Catherine Creighton (Col ’14) who won a $25 UVA Bookstore gift card by correctly answering that this is a metal recreation of a Rotunda capital, located on the path behind the West Range.

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.

What Am I (January 2014)?

What Am I (January 2014)?

**Contest Closed**

Congrats to Amy Rodgers (Col '14) for correctly answering that the above image is a shot of the wrestling mat in Memorial Gymnasium

What Am I?

What Am I?

**CONTEST CLOSED**

Answer: The Merton Spire is in the center of Pavilion Garden VI. Carved for Oxford's Merton College Chapel in 1451, it was given to the University in 1928 to honor Jefferson's educational ideals. Read more about the spire on UVA Today and on the Pavilion Gardens website.

Winner: TBD

Who Made Me?

Who Made Me?

My creator said that I would demonstrate: “What would happen if you could place your right ear on the left side of your head.” Who made me?

Ray Bice made me.

Congratulations to Steven Swier (Engr ’83), whose name was chosen at random from the readers who correctly identified this photo in our April 2010 e-newsletter. He wins a $25 UVA Bookstore gift certificate.

Highlights

Ready to Spin Off

Ready to Spin Off

Jason George (Com ’94) looks back on his time at UVA while looking forward to his role as a firefighter in a Grey’s Anatomy spin-off.

More than Money

More than Money

The UVA Licensing & Ventures Group Seed Fund helps University-affiliated ideas grow until they are successful enough to attract other funding.

Family Matters

Family Matters

Joanne Boyle, who served as the women's basketball head coach for seven years, retired after this season to finalize her daughter's adoption process, which could take years.