For 20 years, our state has put essentially every other priority ahead of education. It has done this for so long that most people simply take it for granted now that the state can dodge this most basic of its obligations.
This year’s U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of America’s best colleges yielded a familiar outcome for the University.
More than 77,000 alumni have contributed to the campaign. Here are the five largest gifts to UVA.
Against the backdrop of the deepest recession since the 1930s, the University announced on Sept. 14 that it had reached the $2 billion mark in its $3 billion fundraising campaign.
A famous lacrosse player, a winning tennis duo, a golfer makes history and a third baseman earns a spot in an all-star game.
The president discusses the recession and uncertainty about the financial future.
A Q & A with Greg Roberts explores admissions.
Kim Tanzer is the new dean of the UVA School of Architecture and Harry Harding is the first dean of the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.
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.
Wynne and the board look forward to guiding the University through a number of major leadership changes.
Advocate for African American students and "mother away from home" retires after 20 years.
John T. Casteen III, UVA’s seventh president, announces he will step down on August 1, 2010.
Students let us know how they feel about the economy -- with video.
Assess your personal finances with a quiz from McIntire professor Karin Bonding.
A timeline tracks how the University has weathered economic ups and downs throughout the years.
Alumni and faculty experts share their perspectives on how we got into this situation—and how to get out of it.
Explore the economic turmoil from a variety of viewpoints, including those of faculty, students and alumni.