Our timeline follows women’s 200-year journey for influence, an education and equality at UVA.
Women talk about what it was like in those early years of coeducation.
Before granting women full admission to the College, UVA needed a little persuading—in the form of a federal lawsuit.
From Honor chair to editor of the Cav Daily, these students are going out on top.
Plans for a different kind of fall sharpen into focus as the semester approaches.
Before the revamped Cavalier and V-sabres, there was
University releases detailed plan for fall semester.
Across six decades, alumni recall the exact moment history intersected with their time on Grounds.
UVA works to accommodate students facing hardships after pandemic shuts Grounds down.
From the spring quarantine to the fall quandary, how UVA is confronting the coronavirus.
Student athletes come to terms with all that seemed within their grasp.
Students navigate final semester toward an uncertain future.
Our interview with UVA’s president and provost—from a distance.
When it comes to walking the Lawn, some students wear their hearts on their caps.
UVA football celebrates best back-to-back seasons in more than a decade.
Electric scooters have become a major UVA phenomenon. We have the numbers to prove it.
The bus stop on McCormick Road served as a refuge for black students in decades past.
Even when a string on her instrument broke, Olivia Scheidt kept her cool in front of thousands.
The Rotunda as a planetarium? Three graduate students bring Jefferson’s original vision to life.
Those spaces that defined us first-year are getting redefined. And they’re taking on even more importance in student life.
Last year’s two NCAA championships make for a tough act to follow. So, how do the tough get going? A UVA sports preview.
Madison House volunteers have worked to make Charlottesville a better place while learning leadership skills for life.
More than 400 sporting events, many of which were not previously broadcast, will give students opportunities to learn video production.
Nearly 4,000 first-years arrived on Grounds this fall. Dig into some of the numbers that shape latest class of Wahoos.
The building might be gone, but University Hall housed decades of memories that linger.