Fall 2012

Fall 2012

Personal Perspectives

A collection of op-eds from those involved in the leadership crisis and from those who closely observed it

A collection of op-eds from those involved in the leadership crisis and from those who closely observed it

Fall 2012

Q&A With the Rector

Helen Dragas on recent events at the University

Q: Why has the Board of Visitors not been more open about its reasoning and decision to request the resignation...

Fall 2012

High Stakes in the Boardroom

Crisis highlights governance in higher education

As the challenges facing UVA increase, the job of the BOV becomes increasingly complex.

Fall 2012

The Gathering Storm

Challenges face public universities across the country

The events of June were specific to UVA, but the issues that set the state are shared by all public universities.

Fall 2012

After the Storm

Prospects for a brighter future

Following a time of turbulence and change, what are UVA's new opportunities and challenges?

University Digest

Fall 2012

Signs of the Time

Gretchen Gueguen, a digital archivist in the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, was...

Fall 2012

What Would TJ Say?

Thomas Jefferson was a prolific writer, and among his 28,000 letters, one might find a quote...

Fall 2012

Dollars and Cents

June's events brought a number of challenges facing the University to the forefront, including...

Fall 2012

In Pictures

Rally for Transparency On June 18, the gathering on the Lawn quickly grew to more than 2,000...

Sports

Fall 2012

Big Wins on the Water

On May 27, the Virginia women's varsity eight crossed the finish line 3.37 seconds ahead of...

Fall 2012

A Tale of Two Tackles

The legacy goes back much further—names like Jim Dombrowski (Col '85) and Mark Dixon ...

Fall 2012

True Blue

What does the University Hall Turf Field, the facility where the UVA varsity field hockey...

Fall 2012

Sports Briefs

Taking Flight Virginia basketball player Mike Scott (Col '12) was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in...

Fall 2012

Cavaliers in the Olympics

The first Cavalier to medal at the Olympics was James Rector, who won silver in the 100-meter dash at the 1908 Games in London.

Arts

Fall 2012

Required Reading

Maurie McInnis, art history professor and associate dean for academic programs in the College of...

Fall 2012

New & Notable

Tyrannosaurus Lex: The Marvelous Book of Palindromes, Anagrams, and Other Delightful and Outrageous Wordplay by...

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Admission FAQs

Admission FAQs

What is an art supplement? Who submits one? How does it help an admission application?

Fresh Ideas

Fresh Ideas

Graduate students teach, assist faculty and conduct research, but often their achievements go unsung. Meet three UVA grad students and learn about their discoveries.