University copes with difficult economy
South Lawn before and after
In the first admission cycle since the University eliminated its binding early-decision program, the staff of the Office of Admission received a pleasant surprise.
What makes UVA such a special setting? The bricks and columns are nice, to be sure. But the trees around Grounds also deserve their due for the life, color and character they bring to the University.
It’s not easy being green, but UVA is getting higher marks for its environmentally friendly programs.
In the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, the University of Virginia’s standing remains the same as last year’s: second among national public universities and 23rd among all American colleges and universities.
A short-lived ban on signs at Scott Stadium this fall raised the hackles of fans—particularly among students—and drew darts from pundits across the nation.
Navigating the carnival-like atmosphere of the Student Activities Fair is an annual rite of passage for newly arrived first years.
Residents call it "the O-Hilton." It’s still dormitory-style housing, but given its many amenities and commanding views of Grounds, the new $18.8 million Kellogg House feels more like a hotel, according to its denizens.
A round-up of news briefs from around the University.
A number of key leadership positions have been filled in recent months around Grounds. The following is a brief introduction to the people who will help guide the University in coming years.
President Casteen discusses the past and future of some of the University's historic buildings.
A cartoon that caused an uproar after its publication in the student newspaper last year was at the center of another wave of controversy this spring.
The Medical Center receives accolades for cardiovascular care, admissions has another record-breaking year and more.
UVA supplies more Peace Corps volunteers than any other university in its class.
Kiplinger's Personal Finance gives UVA high marks.