Navy ROTC building will now honor former Navy secretary, U.S. senator and Law alumnus John Warner, instead of a controversial Confederate officer with no UVA ties.
Work has begun on a vital connector between Central Grounds and North Grounds that will serve as a new gateway to UVA.
The grassroots campaign that convinced the General Assembly to fund a badly-needed new library.
‘Hitting the Alderman Stacks’ used to be just a figure of speech. Here's a look inside the beginning of the 3-year renovation.
Plans for the key connection between Central and North Grounds are moving forward.
The building will carry the name of the first African American to graduate from UVA.
From the spring quarantine to the fall quandary, how UVA is confronting the coronavirus.
High-contrast infrared images by Charlottesville photographer Andrew Shurtleff show Grounds in a nearly dreamlike state.
University commits to shrinking its carbon footprint while expanding its physical one.
A UVA landmark comes back to life following a rich history and a $14M renovation
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.
The Rotunda as a planetarium? Three graduate students bring Jefferson’s original vision to life.
After further research, the pavilion is painted a hue consistent with the rest of the Lawn.
One of the most beautiful places on Grounds is also one of the most practical. The engineering marvel of the Dell.
Those spaces that defined us first-year are getting redefined. And they’re taking on even more importance in student life.
The unique space on Grounds wasn’t always so beloved.
The building might be gone, but University Hall housed decades of memories that linger.
Ambitious plans to remake Emmet/Ivy area start with a hotel and conference center.
From wildlife invasions to streakers on skateboards, the Lawn pavilions have a hominess all their own.
The purloined treasures of the library vault: an inside look at a suspected inside job.
How the planned $160M renovation of Alderman stacks up.