Through architecture, Jefferson hoped students would gain a sense of design, order and beauty.
Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan says the bicentennial will be much more than a birthday celebration.
Encyclopedia Virginia managing editor Brendan Wolfe has turned a Virginia Magazine feature into a book.
Six new books from alumni and faculty, plus a look at the bestsellers at the UVA bookstore.
The physics class, created by professor Louis Bloomfield in 1991, is a big hit with nonscience majors.
Why I happily traded 7 million viewers for 20 undergraduates in a classroom. A report from our correspondent on the frontlines.
Former Virginia basketball star Roger Mason (Arch ’03) is teaming with Ice Cube in a new venture.
UVA becomes the first ACC school to offer squash at the varsity level.
Former basketball star Malcolm Brogdon (Col ’15, Batten ’16), former lacrosse standout Doug Knight (Col ’97) and current UVA women’s rowing coach Kevin Sauer all received accolades.
The former N.C. State assistant helped lead the Wolfpack to its highest finishes last season.
UVA’s new tennis coaching structure is shooting for “synergy.”
From workplace productivity to global health, from cybersecurity to yogurt serenity, UVA researchers reached across disciplines, schools and the world.
For decades, it cheered our hearts, warmed our blood and hardened our arteries. The origin story and afterlife of the Grillswith. And also the recipe.
Finding the University’s first president took 80 years—give-or-take, heeding Jefferson, or not.
UVA’s first president introduced the modern era, but some of Edwin Alderman’s progressive notions were anything but.
The Board of Visitors’ new rector talks about where we’re going, how he likes to manage and what he’s looking for in the next president.
Nabbing one of the 54 rooms on the Lawn is tougher than ever.
Nearly 90 percent of incoming first-years were in the top tenth of their graduating high school class. Check out the class by the numbers.
UVA student Otto Warmbier (Com ’17), who died after spending 17 months in North Korean captivity, will receive a bachelor of arts degree in economics.
The UVA chapter accepted a $1.65 million payout, marking the end of litigation.