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Hollywood Dreams

After graduation, Jon Macht (Col '82) packed everything he owned in his car and headed for Hollywood.

Sports Briefs

News from the NBA, the Richmond Football Club in Australia and the U.Va. women's field hockey team.

Man About Grounds

Dean of Students Allen Groves is beloved for his compassion and humor.

A Head for the Game

Alumnus Kevin Guskiewicz is at the forefront of diagnosing and understanding concussions.

Girl Most Likely

The making of Tina Fey, as told by Fey's friends, professors and Fey herself.

The Deadly Sins of Public Speaking

Actor and public speaking expert Rob Biesenbach (Col '85) shares a handful of the more common offenses.

Your Office Chair is Killing You

Standing up at work could save your life and even boost your productivity.

Students consider restarting Corks & Curls

Two Roads Diverged in a Wood

An interactive graphic shows the connection between undergraduate major and occupation

The James A.D. Cox Distinguished Lectureship in Architecture

The James A.D. Cox Distinguished Lectureship in Architecture

James Cox came to the University of Virginia from England as a visiting professor of design in the School of Architecture from 1961-62. While he was there, he took

Tour the University with Edgar the Squirrel

Tour the University with Edgar the Squirrel

Two alums have written a children’s book, A Tour of Mr. Jefferson’s University with Edgar the Squirrel.

The story involves a tour of

There’s Something Strange in Your Neighborhood

There’s Something Strange in Your Neighborhood

Three spooky stories from alumnus Rob Craighurst's Charlottesville ghost tour.

Golf’s Sacred Journey

Golf’s Sacred Journey

Sports psychologist David L. Cook (Grad '84) recently released the sequel to his bestselling first book Golf’s Sacred Journey. The sequel, Johnny’s U.S. Open: Golf

Incarnadine

Incarnadine

Mary Szybist's (Col '92) new book of poetry, Incarnadine, looks at modern life though the lens of the Annunciation. The book was just nominated for the National Book Award

How Connected Are We?

How Connected Are We?

Brian G. Southwell (Col '95) researches public understanding of science and evaluates large-scale mass media campaigns. His new book, Social Networks and Popular Understanding of Science and Health: Sharing Disparities,

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Seeing the Everyday in a Different Way

    The exhibit includes a rare Johns monoprint from 1954 and many other lithographs, lead reliefs, screen prints and embossings.

  • Capital Improvements

    A close look at the preparations for phase two of the Rotunda renovation project.

  • New & Notable

    Poetry, scholarship, a young adult novel and a southwestern cookbook.

  • R&D: The Brain

    U.Va. researchers look at genetic variation among brain cells; top-of-the-tongue phenomena; and a new method for diagnosing traumatic brain injuries.

  • When They Knew

    We asked several Cavaliers to recall the moment in time when they knew they were good enough to play for U.Va.

  • Labor of Love

    Stories of love arrive by the thousands every year in the email inbox of Daniel Jones (Col ’85).

  • Wrestling Rising

    The University's wrestling team has had a number of firsts and bests since Steve Garland took over as head coach six years ago.

  • The Truth About Teenagers

    What teenagers are looking for, researchers say, is a chance to put their growing ideas and capacities to work.