The contest sought photographs that captured the spirit of the University. Pictures from alumni, faculty and students rolled in, and the judges have picked the best of the bunch.
Alli McKee (Col '09) wins the Alumni Association's 2009 art prize.
Businesses are examining innovative ways to increase production and satisfy employees.
Virginia was a smaller state in 1968, and its politics had been one-party Democratic for the previous swath of the 20th century.
How does the University regard transfer students, particularly those from community colleges?
Nine new books from alumni and faculty.
He points out the stigma attached to comic books—that it’s for geeky kids with Coke-bottle glasses and pocket protectors—is out the window.
They just felt compelled to create a magazine that, as thinking mothers, they would want to read.
The world of ballet might be a better place if Debbie Ryan (Grad ’77) had made a different choice as a child, but the world of basketball would be poorer.
Dombrowski also became pretty good at football. He played a central role in UVA’s success in the 1980s, including Virginia’s first bowl game, a 27-24 victory over Purdue in the 1984 Peach Bowl.
Nick Taylor’s debut novel, The Disagreement, is set at the University’s Medical School during the tumult of the Civil War.
Howard Scherry’s life direction was determined early on, when as a student he encountered the words of the legendary aviator and author.
The center, located on two acres on Maury Avenue, is scheduled for completion by the beginning of the 2009 fall semester.
The International Media Wall displays news, sports and cultural programs from other countries on four screens in Alderman Library.
Cromer (Col ’02, Grad ’03) was an All-American at UVA, and visions of standing on the winners’ podium at the Olympics bring a smile to her face.
Patrick Kerney has a job with a simple description—get the quarterback.
The author and editor of more than 150 books, founder of the American Crossword Puzzle Tournament and subject of the 2006 documentary Wordplay, Shortz returned to Grounds on April 3 to deliver a lecture and challenge his audience with puzzles.
Sparky’s Flaw is a classic story of a high school garage band made good, and is as homegrown as they come.
Gustafson has used her skills in making a living as an investor to give back to the University, and for her contributions the UVA Women’s Center selected her for its 2008 Distinguished Alumna Award.
Nowhere has news of what was, by all accounts, one of the most anticipated transitions of power been received with more yawning than in Cuba itself.