In October, the Virginia women’s cross country team won its third ACC Women’s Cross Country Championship, its first since winning back-to-back titles in 1981 and 1982. The Cavaliers edged second-place NC State, pulling ahead in the final kilometer of the 6K race. “It was a tremendous effort by the whole team,” Virginia women’s head coach Todd Morgan says. “We were down going into the final kilometer, but we dug deep and finished strong to earn the win.”
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Congratulations to McKenzie Prillaman (Col '17), who won a $25 Bookstore gift card for corretly guessing that this is a photo of an entry gate into the University Cemetery and Columbarium.
In the early 1960s, the Garden Club of Virginia sponsored a restoration of the East Gardens to Thomas Jefferson's original design. The walls for the gardens were constructed of old brick from demolished buildings (shown here) in the Charlottesville community.
The UVA baseball team celebrates after defeating Vanderbilt 4-2 in game three of the final series to win the program’s first College World Series title.
Congratulations to Susan Boyd (2016 parent), who correctly guessed that the building in the photo is the Claude Moore Medical Education Building.
The School of Nursing Class of 1940 poses for a class photo with professors and administrators. Read more about the history of nursing at UVA and how current nursing professors and students are working to preserve the profession's legacy.
In this aerial view of Grounds taken in 1934, a barely-developed Rt. 29 can be seen in the top left corner of the photo.
This photo of the Hot Feet (later known as the IMPs), shows the coronation of Hot Feet King McV-ski, the Two Times, on Oct. 27, 1906. Included in the group are Charles S. McVeigh (king), Lewis R. Hampton (queen), Whitwell W. Coxe (archbishop), Lewis D. Crenshaw (wizard), Duncan Curry (anarchist), Virginius R. Shackleford, A. Stuart Robertson, and others.
A view of the restoration work outside the Rotunda, facing University Avenue.