'The Lost' finds tragedy interwoven with history as Daniel Mendelsohn seeks out the experience of the Holocaust.
Phyllis Leffler’s cozy office is well off the beaten path, tucked under a stairway in Hotel F of the East Range. There, she toils quietly on a...
Professor Jennifer Geddes analyzes the use of the word "evil" in a forthcoming book.
A brief look at rules and regulations concerning student life in 1847.
We Are Marshall, based on a 1960 plane crash that claimed the lives of Marshall University's football team, brings many emotions to the surface again for Mary Jane Tolley (Educ '66), whose husband, Rick Tolley (Educ '64), was the team's head football coach.
The International Youth Democracy Summit gives students the opportunity to engage with the American tradition of democracy.
Civil War scholar Gary Gallagher surveys the visual arts to show how attitudes toward the war continue to change.
From atomic clocks to circadian rhythms, time is relative. Authorities across a range of disciplines explain how they measure its passage.
For the past 18 years, this construction wizard has steered UVA's highest-profile projects on time and on budget, smiling all the way.
Will avian flu be the next plague? Medical experts and scholars at UVA assess the past for clues and weigh in on the consequences of an influenza pandemic.
In 1984, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced a dazzling new acquisition of silver vessels from the third century B.C. But one question wouldn't go away: was it looted?