What makes UVA such a special setting? The bricks and columns are nice, to be sure. But the trees around Grounds also deserve their due for the life, color and character they bring to the University.
It’s not easy being green, but UVA is getting higher marks for its environmentally friendly programs.
Residents call it "the O-Hilton." It’s still dormitory-style housing, but given its many amenities and commanding views of Grounds, the new $18.8 million Kellogg House feels more like a hotel, according to its denizens.
Thomas Jefferson designed the Anatomical Theatre in 1825.
Nearly 6,400 degrees were conferred during Final Exercises on May 18. For the first time in University history, more than 10 percent of the graduates were international students.
A new video board will be installed in Scott Stadium in time for the 2009 football season.
Nick Taylor’s debut novel, The Disagreement, is set at the University’s Medical School during the tumult of the Civil War.
At an institution as large as UVA, it’s easy to forget that it consists of many individually moving parts. We profile a few of the 13,500 employees who keep the University humming every day.
The University of Virginia bestowed its highest external honors—the annual Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals—during Founder’s Day celebrations in April. The medals...
Who’s Buried Where?
Living just north of the University cemetery, on the other side of the creek, I was delighted to read your Spring issue...
Among the headstones can be found stories of grave robbers, misadventure and celebrated University mascots.
Some notes on construction around Grounds, from the South Lawn Project to the Emily Couric Cancer Center.
Taken shortly after the Civil War, this is the earliest known photograph of the Lawn and Rotunda. The gate in the foreground is described on a Special Collections Web...
Rubaina Zaman (Col ’09) believes that a painting is never really finished, but she had to put that concept aside while rushing to complete an art assignment last spring.<...
More than 1,000 local children descend upon the Lawn for an annual Halloween tradition. Although some area merchants and organizations chip in, Lawn residents typically spend up to $300 on candy...