UVA Law’s fingerprints are all over true-crime sensations Serial and Making a Murderer.
Students take a closer look at the national and local news cycles in UVA’s new Center for Media and Citizenship, and the Virginia Quarterly Review moves to a new home.
The Corner’s Lloyd Building, most recently the home of the Student Book Store, will undergo renovations to become a multipurpose student space.
Madeleine Albright receives the inaugural Edward R. Stettinius Jr. Prize for Global Leadership and discusses FDR’s legacy at UVA’s Global Leadership Forum.
A young engineer wins highest government honor, Larycia Hawkins joins the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, and the Library and the A-School appoint new deans.
The Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman (Col ’06) maintains a strong connection to Virginia Baseball.
Turns out that the road to the Olympics isn’t the only hard one—where do you go from there? Eight alumni medalists offer their advice.
Track star Henry Wynne (Col ’17) had a record-breaking year.
Students in UVA’s Radio Music Society arrange pop songs for string quartets. From arrangement to final performance, see one group interpret Major Lazer’s “Be Together.”
Excerpts from the first pages of eight new books by alumni of UVA’s Creative Writing program.
Six new books from UVA alumni and faculty.
Literature critics Daniel Mendelsohn (Col ’82) and Mythili Rao (Col ’05) discuss the critic’s role in society.
Batten professor Craig Volden’s Legislative Effectiveness Project rates members of Congress according to their success in turning their ideas into laws.
UVA offers students many opportunities for entrepreneurship, from a new interdisciplinary minor to HackCville and the i.Lab.
Readers offer their thoughts on the Spring 2016 issue of Virginia Magazine.
The ins and outs of starting—and running—a UVA alumni interest group.
Vice provost Maurie McInnis (Col ’88) reflects on the University’s complicated racial history and its implications for the present.
Jasmine Drake (Col ’13) entered UVA expecting to apply to medical school. After an Alternative Spring Break trip, she decided to give back to her community in the South Bronx.
Professor Claudrena Harold’s From Motown to Hip-Hop course traces the African-American experience through popular music.
President Sullivan discusses changes to the Rotunda, as well as the building’s evolving function in University life.
In a series of experiments in a lab on Grounds in 1977, pharmacology professor Alfred G. Gilman made a breakthrough that won him a Nobel Prize.