On his way to the Hall of Fame, legendary Esquire editor David Granger (Grad '81) sat down with us for a Q&A, Esquire-style.
After more than 40 years at UVA, the student affairs chief plans to step down in August.
The admissions office has seen a record number of applications this year.
Tuition increases will affect in-state and out-of-state students.
Dr. Craig Kent takes the helm after serving as a dean and vice president at Ohio State.
UVA football celebrates best back-to-back seasons in more than a decade.
A columnist and a former congresswoman will bring varying perspectives to the center.
Emily Swallow (Col '01) says she loves being part of newest Star Wars show, which “brings so much joy.”
Author and illustrator Vashti Harrison (Col ’10) wants kids to see “a reflection of themselves” in her work.
Catch up on some of the latest reads from alumni and faculty authors.
Former U.S. attorney Kent Alexander (Law ’83) tells a fuller account of the 1996 Olympic bombing investigation.
The story behind the mediocre band that prepped the stars of Pavement and Silver Jews for success.
President James E. Ryan discusses the University’s dedication to supporting students’ personal, intellectual and professional development.
When it comes to walking the Lawn, some students wear their hearts on their caps.
Learn more about the Wahoos in Congress and a governor’s mansion.
Harriet Kiers (Col ’19) hopes to bring new knowledge to her family’s Virginia winery.
Researchers hope to better determine risks for a cause of sudden cardiac death.
UVA study suggests early interactions affect gene expression.
Based on multidisciplinary research, the report emphasizes the importance such a formative stage of life.
Editor Richard Gard provides a preview of the Spring magazine.
The reasons, however, might not be entirely economic.
As students prepare to walk the Lawn, take a look at what they’ll be wearing.
Alumni Association CEO Jen Andrasko announces big plans to celebrate the anniversary of coeducation.
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
ACC commissioner and longtime Virginia athletic director Corrigan gave UVA athletics a “blueprint for success.”