President Ryan applauds the efforts of people in the UVA community who have contributed good things in a tough year.
UVA scientists are mapping the Milky Way and measuring the universe.
The benefits of the plants’ return are being seen across the ecosystem.
Research suggests modeling scenarios will help plan power grids as weather patterns grow more destructive.
To cool student unrest in 1970, the Alumni Association did a very uncool thing. People stayed hot about it for years.
Next year’s leaders aim to make big changes and take advantage of lessons learned.
Despite pandemic-related financial losses for the University, tuition will not rise for the next academic year.
Editor Richard Gard provides a preview of the Summer magazine.
With some proceeds going to the Ridley Scholarship fund, a new Charlottesville restaurant’s mission goes beyond table service.
New discoveries involving cobalt and titanium highlight the possibilities for the future of sustainable energy.
Women’s swimming and diving joined the ranks of NCAA title winners just as men’s basketball ended its reign.
As the COVID count swelled this spring, so did the disciplinary docket for the University Judiciary Committee.
How UVA’s first Black students, excluded elsewhere, found a community of their own off Grounds.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
Final Exercises return to the Lawn—with some caveats.
Safe House: A place where UVA's Black students could feel at home; Telegramgate: The scandal that dogged the Alumni Association for years; Case Surge: As the COVID count swelled, so did the UJC's disciplinary docket
Hadley, a Tar Heel and Rhodes Scholar, leaves Wash U. to succeed Lampkin.
UVA appoints a new group to reassess names and memorials on Grounds and another to reaffirm free speech principles.
When we asked alumni about their favorite college-year bands, the answers ran the gamut. Here’s a selection.
For 30 years, UVA’s scrambling Pep Band managed to stay one punchline ahead of the authorities.
A drug shown by UVA studies to be effective against certain immune-system responses shows promise in trials at Washington University in St. Louis.
New developments about injury and infection have emerged from two UVA studies.