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Scooters are a fast-growing trend on Grounds. Get up to speed.
Electric scooters have become a major UVA phenomenon. We have the numbers to prove it.
The Jefferson Progression
Historians write about a very different Thomas Jefferson now. Four new books show how different.
The Black Bus Stop is a landmark only a minority knew about
The bus stop on McCormick Road served as a refuge for black students in decades past.
UVA takes a tumble in U.S. News’ 2020 rankings
The University fell from No. 25 to No. 28 after losing ground on the new category “social mobility.”
Poets Dove, Dargan take home big honors
Rita Dove and one of her former students demonstrate the dominance of the Creative Writing program.
UVA rethinks medical collections after critical WaPo story
The Health System vows indigent relief, less litigation.
UVA Kicks Off $5 Billion Campaign With a Big Head Start
Two Tony Bennetts launched the campaign, which has already raised more than half of its goal.
Data Science clears crucial hurdle to become UVA’s 12th school
The program received approval from the State Council of Higher Education in September.
Starry Night Under the Dome
The Rotunda as a planetarium? Three graduate students bring Jefferson’s original vision to life.
Student violinist plays with The Who
Even when a string on her instrument broke, Olivia Scheidt kept her cool in front of thousands.
Esther Bell adds to her national renown as a museum curator
The alumna thrives on bringing unseen and undiscovered masterpieces to light.
Book Review: Trick Mirror
Jia Tolentino (Col ’09) ponders culture and complicity in her bestselling book.
UVA preserves Alderman stacks graffiti before teardown
Decades of musings and drawings adorn Alderman carrels. How UVA is making sure some of it survives.
From President Ryan: Honoring a Complex Future
President Ryan looks at how UVA hopes to represent the best in higher education.
Cars still more dangerous for women according to recent study
UVA researchers found that women are 73 percent more likely to suffer a serious injury.
Team-building alum makes Forbes’ 30 Under 30, just for fun
Ryan Ho shares his insights on the growing trends of team building.
Alumnus guides blind sailor across Pacific
Douglas Smith (Col ’86) was the eyes for a blind Japanese sailor’s second attempt to sail non-stop from San Diego to Fukushima.
No lie: Even small acts of dishonesty can take a toll
Lying creates a cycle of disconnection, study finds.
Sugar makes these organisms indestructible
Researchers say discovery is an example of just how much life remains to be understood.
Around Alumni Hall
President Jenifer G. Andrasko (Darden ’10) and Marcus Martin Jr. (Col ’02) share how the Ridley Scholarship Fund invests in African-American students.