Long one of the best resources for glimpsing the history of student life at UVA, Corks and Curls now appears to belong to history.
UVA sports have won their share of hardware. Here’s a list of the national titles belonging to the Cavaliers.
As a teenager, George Washington copied a set of rules for civil behavior, and the 110 principles became his guide to treating people with respect and dignity. That was then—when women curtsied and men doffed their hats—and this is now—when cell phones jingle and holiday shoppers jangle each other in checkout lines.
Jennifer Tsai was so moved by the beauty and symbolism of the Rotunda, she knew it would be hard to leave when she graduated
The bounty of dishes available at the University’s dining halls could easily be mistaken for a gourmet restaurant.
Madison House grew from the efforts of UVA volunteers to help storm victims.
The Learning Barge has gone from concept to classroom.
Lack of respect and courtesy constitute a serious national problem, according to a study conducted in 2002, and most people interviewed saw the problem as getting worse.
Artists use bio-fuel bus to deliver message about food and sustainability
UVA men's and women's teams are the rough and tumble champions of the game of kings.
What can we look forward to during the upcoming football season?
Christensen is an ACC record-setting explosion and she snagged All-American honors in the 100 backstroke, 200 back and 400 medley relay.
I watch as it dawns on him that I’ve been reading his lips. His eyes flicker to my ears, where the casing and tubes of my hearing aids are visible if you look closely.
Dobie, Balz and Watson houses were torn down this summer to make way for two new six-story dorms that will house more students, and be greener and more efficient.
Students, alumni and faculty discuss their experience with the economic crisis.
Students let us know how they feel about the economy -- with video.
As economic events unfolded, some professors threw away their syllabi and kept pace with breaking news.
Explore the economic turmoil from a variety of viewpoints, including those of faculty, students and alumni.
Outfielder John Barr (Col ’11) watches a ball during UVA’s game with Towson.