On his way to the Hall of Fame, legendary Esquire editor David Granger (Grad '81) sat down with us for a Q&A, Esquire-style.
A UVA landmark comes back to life following a rich history and a $14M renovation
As students prepare to walk the Lawn, take a look at what they’ll be wearing.
Alumni Association CEO Jen Andrasko announces big plans to celebrate the anniversary of coeducation.
The admissions office has seen a record number of applications this year.
A columnist and a former congresswoman will bring varying perspectives to the center.
Catch up on some of the latest reads from alumni and faculty authors.
Tuition increases will affect in-state and out-of-state students.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
ACC commissioner and longtime Virginia athletic director Corrigan gave UVA athletics a “blueprint for success.”
Dr. Craig Kent takes the helm after serving as a dean and vice president at Ohio State.
After more than 40 years at UVA, the student affairs chief plans to step down in August.
Former U.S. attorney Kent Alexander (Law ’83) tells a fuller account of the 1996 Olympic bombing investigation.
Inside Carr’s Hill: A house with a history gets a major makeover; Enriching Uranium; Reducing Carbon; Distilling the Wisdom of David Granger
Emily Swallow (Col '01) says she loves being part of newest Star Wars show, which “brings so much joy.”
Electric scooters have become a major UVA phenomenon. We have the numbers to prove it.
Historians write about a very different Thomas Jefferson now. Four new books show how different.
The bus stop on McCormick Road served as a refuge for black students in decades past.
Decades of musings and drawings adorn Alderman carrels. How UVA is making sure some of it survives.
President Ryan looks at how UVA hopes to represent the best in higher education.
The University fell from No. 25 to No. 28 after losing ground on the new category “social mobility.”
Rita Dove and one of her former students demonstrate the dominance of the Creative Writing program.
UVA researchers found that women are 73 percent more likely to suffer a serious injury.
Even when a string on her instrument broke, Olivia Scheidt kept her cool in front of thousands.
The alumna thrives on bringing unseen and undiscovered masterpieces to light.