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From the Grounds Up
Construction crews are in high gear on Grounds, but the construction of UVA has been a centuries-long process. Here’s a look at the history of buildings across Grounds.
Meet the gardeners, arborists and landscape architects working behind the scenes to maintain UVA’s sprawling Grounds
Archi-texts: A book tour of Grounds
Here are some books about UVA architecture by architects, historians and professors that show Thomas Jefferson’s vision and how it has continued to inform the architecture of Grounds.
Making it reign: Women’s swimming gets third national championship in a row
UVA cements its status as a women’s swimming dynasty.
The beginning of the UVA construction boom
Take a look back at a 1951 issue of Alumni News that captures the start of a major period of expansion on Grounds.
What do you miss most about your time at UVA?
Spanning all generations, most submissions—including many here—spoke of the time spent with friends. Suffice it to say: You’re missed.
From President Ryan: The Rotunda Remains the Vibrant Heart of UVA
Even in the face of fires, additions, demolitions, and renovations, the Rotunda has played an outsized role in University life.
Meet UVA’s newest student leaders
The University’s new student leaders have big plans, from expanding financial aid for lower-income students to prioritizing mental health.
From the Editor: The Art and the Craft, Brick by Brick
Editor Richard Gard previews the Summer magazine.
From the Publisher: Building Community Together
The Alumni Association's newest offering is Juntos, which debuted in April to celebrate the UVA Hispanic and Latinx communities.