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The 200-Year-Build: Construction Old & New; Tour Through Time; Grounds Keepers; Archi-TextsTable of Contents
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- The Bee Keeper: A conversation with Sam Ezersky (Engr ’17), the editor of The New York Times’ buzzy word game.
- Our #1 Top-Ranked Best Story on Rankings: They’re flawed but influential. See how UVA fared where.
- Favorite Hideouts On Grounds: From the Alderman Stacks to “The Cave” at Old Cabell Hall, alumni reveal their secret spots.
- UVA Alumni Go Big on Reality TV Shows: ‘Hoos have starred on recent seasons of LEGO Masters, Iron Chef and the Amazing Race.
UVA Law remains at No. 8 in latest U.S. News rankings
The Princeton Review names UVA the No. 2 best value public university
From the Editor: The Art and the Craft, Brick by Brick
Editor Richard Gard previews the Summer magazine.
UVA men’s tennis wins second-straight national championship
The Cavaliers swept Ohio State to take home another NCAA National Championship title.
The beginning of the UVA construction boom
Take a look back at a 1951 issue of Alumni News that captures the start of a major period of expansion on Grounds.
Through Roseberry’s lens
Remembering the legacy of photographer Ed Roseberry, who spent decades documenting life at UVA and in Charlottesville
Meet the gardeners, arborists and landscape architects working behind the scenes to maintain UVA’s sprawling Grounds
Meet UVA’s newest student leaders
The University’s new student leaders have big plans, from expanding financial aid for lower-income students to prioritizing mental health.
Archi-texts: A book tour of Grounds
Here are some books about UVA architecture by architects, historians and professors that show Thomas Jefferson’s vision and how it has continued to inform the architecture of Grounds.
Making it reign: Women’s swimming gets third national championship in a row
UVA cements its status as a women’s swimming dynasty.
From the Grounds Up
Construction crews are in high gear on Grounds, but the construction of UVA has been a centuries-long process. Here’s a look at the history of buildings across Grounds.
Holland showed us—and the world—what UVA could be
Terry Holland, who coached UVA basketball for 16 years and later served as athletics director, was known for being fiercely competitive and demanding—but also flexible and adaptive.