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According to Wayne Terwilliger, assistant director of the U.Va. Bookstore, students and alumni can’t get enough of the following:Anything with a
10 places to get—and discuss—news about the University
In large ways and small, we’ve heard from you over the past year.
Thousands of students from around the world have enrolled in U.Va.'s MOOCs.
A conversation with Professor Michael Skrutskie
Astronomy professor Michael Strutskie talks about a pretty powerful telescope.
Enjoy a night out on the town using student- and alumni-designed apps
How alumni-developed iPhone and Android apps can make your next evening out even better
Alumna Jenna Wortham documents the growing influence of smartphones, apps and the Internet for the New York Times
Jenna Wortham, alumna and NYT technology writer, discusses social media and how it affects the way we live
From an app that makes weddings more fun to one that helps you navigate Grounds, members of the U.Va. community are adding to the grab bag of apps
Rare and astonishing equipment fuels science and medicine at U.Va.
Take a look at four cool machines that help U.Va. doctors, students and researchers expand the limits of their fields.
How Facebook and Twitter affected events after Sullivan's resignation
Can you heat a home with computers? Do social safety net programs work? How long does it take high-fat foods to clog your arteries?
“His skeleton just can’t support him.” —Dr. Mary Lee Vance (Col ’72)
U.Va. endocrinologist Dr. Mary Lee Vance (Col ’72), who,
A new U.Va. archive digitizes manuscripts related to da Vinci's Treatise on Painting.
OpenGrounds gives collaboration a new home
Graffiti would be out of place in the Rotunda's Dome Room, but OpenGrounds' Corner Building is a different structure altogether. When Thomas Jefferson designed the Academical
The human body is a complex machine of about 10 trillion interconnected cells. Researchers at the U.Va. Health System are working with new technology to keep everything from our brains to our blood sugar in good shape.
Rufus W. Holsinger photographed Charlottesville at the turn of the 20th century, capturing the Rotunda fire and much more.
Look through a few of the thousands of photographs Ed "Flash" Roseberry has taken of Charlottesville since the 1940s.
An interactive feature that compares scenes from the same spots in Charlottesville, nearly 100 years apart.
The agony and ecstasy of final exams (including excerpts from real blue book exams).
Want to know the top 5 hidden gems around Grounds? The all-time leading sports scorers? Top foods at the dining hall?
Logan Sachon (Col '05) writes openly and honestly about finances, a subject once considered taboo, on the website The Billfold.
Physics professor Lou Bloomfield sets out to fix a wobbly table and discovers a substance that might do much more.
Recent discoveries on Grounds raise questions about the history of slavery.
Professor Daniel Willingham knows why students don't like school— it's all in how the brain works.
Generations of alumni reflect on military life over the past century, sharing stories of world wars and major American operations in Asia and the Middle East.