A tale of performance-enhancing good manners, how nice guy James Rector had his 100 meters dashed.
Here’s a look at our most recent Olympians: current and former UVA athletes and coaches who competed in the delayed 2020 Olympic Games.
As time goes on and cases get harder to prove, these alumni work to restore art to their rightful owners.
With some proceeds going to the Ridley Scholarship fund, a new Charlottesville restaurant’s mission goes beyond table service.
Pressing their luck and testing their knowledge, clever Cavs take a spin on Wheel, Jeopardy!
The story behind the mediocre band that prepped the stars of Pavement and Silver Jews for success.
Author and illustrator Vashti Harrison (Col ’10) wants kids to see “a reflection of themselves” in her work.
Learn more about the Wahoos in Congress and a governor’s mansion.
Harriet Kiers (Col ’19) hopes to bring new knowledge to her family’s Virginia winery.
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.
Emily Swallow (Col '01) says she loves being part of newest Star Wars show, which “brings so much joy.”
The alumna thrives on bringing unseen and undiscovered masterpieces to light.
Ryan Ho shares his insights on the growing trends of team building.
UVA’s year of championships goes global.
Two recent grads have much in common, just not their age.
Alumna deploys success in video game to design buildings that help heal.
Before her fame, O'Keeffe spent several summers at UVA, with notable results.
UVA grads find success in journalism.
Tennis star Danielle Collins (Col ’16) and Super Bowl-winner Chris Long (Col ’08) are making headlines
Alumnus brought his Broadway talents to Charlottesville to direct and choreograph A Chorus Line.
Introduced to forensic nursing at UVA, Stacey Mitchell (Nurs ’96) makes sure care comes first.
Sherrie Westin (Col ’80) helps bring the early-education programs of Sesame Street to refugee camps in the Middle East.
Jarmere Jenkins (Col ’13) has found his sweet spot as hitting partner for superstar Serena Williams.
A stint in Sarajevo inspired Katie Gar Ward (Col ’08) to do something for the country's many street dogs.