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.
Students in UVA’s Radio Music Society arrange pop songs for string quartets. From arrangement to final performance, see one group interpret Major Lazer’s “Be Together.”
The University Guide Service is student self-governance in action. UGuides give tours integrating encyclopedic knowledge of the University with their own experiences, and they don’t shy away from tough questions.
What look like ordinary walkways, walls and rails to most passersby around Grounds are actually playgrounds to Parkour enthusiasts.
Catherine Zucker (Col ’15) conducts research that is helping to reveal the Milky Way's "skeleton."
UVA astronomy professor Ed Murphy gives a tour of McCormick Observatory, its history and its current purpose.
Twelve-year-old engineering student Henry Muhlbauer discusses his life on Grounds.
Victoria (Col ’13) and Brittany Maiden (Col ’13), the so-called Sabre Twins, prepare for the twirling world championships.
UVA’s SPEED Clinic uses high-tech wizardry to help weekend warriors develop a better gait.
In her lab in UVA’s Olsson Hall, Amy LaViers, assistant professor in systems and information engineering, can make robots dance.
If you thought the sounds of the University Chapel's bells are made by an expert ringer toiling inside the steeple, think again.
UVA's strength and conditioning team shows you how to work out like a Wahoo.
Take a journey back in time with Charlottesville photographer Ed “Flash” Roseberry.
Physics professor Lou Bloomfield sets out to fix a wobbly table and discovers a substance that might do much more.
Students and faculty plan a Thanksgiving dinner using only ingredients from within 100 miles of Charlottesville.
UVA students construct life-sized moving monsters with the help of Hollywood special-effects artists.
From a lush new carpet of grass to restored chimneys, the Lawn is looking good after a busy summer of renovations.
Why UVA students are teaching Russian literature at a juvenile correctional center.