Jefferson’s Anatomical Theatre gave way to grave robbers, the student Cadaver Society and, eventually, the wrecking ball.
The Magazine kicks off its series of retrospective pieces commemorating the UVA Bicentennial with a look back at Jefferson's dreams for his University’s future.
Several UVA alumni were instrumental in the establishment of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Hear their stories.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
In the end, the need to preserve the artifacts of UVA’s oldest student group was beyond debate.
Margot Lee Shetterly discovered an important part of American space race history in her own childhood neighborhood.
What had once been a cluster of small businesses on the outskirts of the University is set to become part of a corridor that beautifies and unifies Grounds.
Take a look at costumes at UVA from 1907 to the present, with commentary from UVA drama professor Gweneth West.
Four years and $58 million later, the historic architectural icon is now state-of-the-art. Take a sneak peek.
The Miller Center has some history lessons for the next commander-in-chief. Will he use them? Will she?
Eliza Gilligan’s job is to keep the University’s vast treasure trove of scholarly materials “usable, movable, durable [and] functional” for future students and researchers.
The Aviator was crafted to recognize UVA alum and French Air Service pilot James McConnell, whose plane went down in France in 1917. But it’s not your typical WWI memorial.
Take a look at how some of the most familiar spots have changed—or remained the same—over time.
Over the last 100 years, UVA engineering students have traded drafting tables and wood shops for modeling software, 3-D printers and flight simulators. See what the future holds for engineering on Grounds.
Vice provost Maurie McInnis (Col ’88) reflects on the University’s complicated racial history and its implications for the present.