Fall 2011

Fall 2011

Football’s Founding Fathers

Today’s college game shaped by U.Va.

At the dawn of the early 20th century, U.Va. championed fairness in football, changing the game forever

Fall 2011

Raising Children

U.Va. professors share advice about the hardest job in the world

U.Va. professors share parenting advice backed up by research.

Fall 2011

At Home in History

Pavilion residents bring personal touches to revered buildings

What's it like to live in one of America's most historic places?

Fall 2011

Our National Time Bomb

A guide to the U.S. fiscal outlook

U.Va. experts explain the debt and deficit and their possible consequences for America.

University Digest

Fall 2011

Up, Up and Away

Photo by Jane HaleyGov. Bob McDonnell Photo by Dan AddisonDuring the University’s 182nd Final...

Fall 2011

Thank You, Leonard

Leonard Sandridge Photo by Luca DiCeccoLong before Leonard Sandridge retired in July after 44 years at...

Fall 2011

Business As (Un)usual

Gregory Fairchild Photo by Dan AddisonIn tough economic times, starting a business may seem like...

Fall 2011

News Briefs

U.Va. Home to New Nanotechnology Center U.Va. is taking a big step in...

Fall 2011

Welcome, Michael

Michael StrineMichael Strine, U.Va.‘s new executive vice president and chief operating officer, knows...


Fall 2011

Balance of Power

Simone Asque 5-foot-11 outside hitter Hometown: Chicago Of note: Named to 2010 Virginia Sports Information Directors’...

Fall 2011

Out of the Park

April 23: The U.Va. Polo Club’s men’s team beats Cornell 28-14 to claim...


Fall 2011

Chick Lit Flick

Emily GiffinYou know you’ve arrived when you have a cameo in a movie based...

Fall 2011

Jewel Box in the Woods

When architect Olle Lundberg (Arch ‘79) bought 16 acres overlooking the virgin forests of the Gualala...

Fall 2011

New & Notable

Legacy of the Gray Ghost Gerry Zimmerman (Col ’59) Road Scholar Publishing Group The legend of...

More Departments


1825: Old School

The University held its first classes in 1825 with a faculty of eight and 68 students.

Witness to Revolution

Jia Tolentino (Col '09), member of the Peace Corps, survives the April 2010 coup in Kyrgystan

Admission FAQs

Admission FAQs

How do alumni play a role in the undergraduate admission process?

Pregame Talks

Pregame Talks

Lecture series offers insightful programs on game days

Starting Smarter

State-funded preschool programs improve performance of young students