This illustrated journey through time provides a revealing perspective on UVA history.
Do you know which popular soft drink is named for a UVA alumnus? Or how about the top-secret military experiments conducted in the shadow of the Rotunda?
Madison House grew from the efforts of UVA volunteers to help storm victims.
More than 1,200 members of the University community—alumni, faculty, students and friends—gathered in April for Black Alumni Weekend, making it the largest turnout in the event’s history.
The history of a short-lived UVA mascot, the 'Hoo.
In the 101 years since UVA President Edwin A. Alderman charged the Raven Society with the upkeep of the Edgar Allan Poe Room, a Raven Society member has swept its wooden floors and dusted its antique furniture.
First-year orientation helps air anxieties, build sense of community.
Nearly 6,400 degrees were conferred during Final Exercises on May 18. For the first time in University history, more than 10 percent of the graduates were international students.
The 'community of trust' traces its origins to the first students, but the Honor System has taken some twists and turns over the years.
As revered as the University's traditions are, some change with the times and others fade away entirely. Here's a look at just a few.
Mrs. Alfred E. Walker, "the Queen," shaped social life at the University for 35 years.