In March 1958, then-Senator John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jackie, and his brothers Robert and Ted attended Law Day at UVA.
Two alumnae, an urban planner and an artchitect, formed Chromat Garments. They make fashion that borrows heavily from architecture.
During the month of August, it cost $21,769.85 just to cool Newcomb Hall. The University is making eye-opening numbers like these available on its online “Building Dashboard,” which displays energy use in Newcomb Hall.
Over the last year, Edward B. MacMahon Jr. (Col ’82) has been working as a defense attorney in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Jennifer Tsai was so moved by the beauty and symbolism of the Rotunda, she knew it would be hard to leave when she graduated
A collaborative effort is strengthening Chinese connections among UVA alumni, students and officials.
Whitney Neuhauser stood over her second shot in a playoff for the state championship and committed the golfer’s ultimate sin. She doubted.
Conservators used a laser to clean 180 years of grime from the column capitals of Pavilion II.
More than two dozen alumni recently returned to Grounds to commemorate their role in desegregating the University of Virginia during the 1950s and ’60s.
Alumni reflect on a groundbreaking era that began with Gregory Swanson, UVA’s first black student, in 1950.
HBO’s Janet Graham Borba (Col ’79) fires up the small screen.
Dan Restrepo (Col '93) is first to speak Spanish during a White House press briefing.
Artists use bio-fuel bus to deliver message about food and sustainability
Tom Shadyac's infamous poster pokes fun at preppies.
Fiction for young and old, the race for the White House, collegiate a cappella and the hurricane that devastated the Gulf of Mexico 150 years before Katrina.
Eric Jao worked as a network engineer while moonlighting at D.C.’s hottest clubs, until he was discovered by Madonna. Watch a video of him DJ.
Whether photographing Jessica Lange, Christopher Walken, Paul Newman or Al Pacino for Inside the Actors Studio or capturing Ella Fitzgerald performing at the Lincoln Center, Wright faces the challenge of reaching beyond a celebrity’s image and conveying a human being.
Young people are the largest consumers of digital media, films and TV. It’s a language they are taught to hear but not speak.
Imagine a global economy that provides people affordable goods and services that allow them to solve their own problems.