Congratulations to Joel Gardner (Col ’70, Law ’74 L/M) who won a $25 gift card to the UVA Bookstore by correctly answering that this is the Crackerbox, behind the East Range.
The role comes with a giant set of responsibilities. Here’s a look at some of UVA’s famous (and infamous) deans of the past.
The wellspring for the founding, and where UVA split the atom, behold the fantastical history of Mount Jefferson.
Despite his influence on the UVA athletic department in the late 1800s, Richard Dabney Anderson is rarely mentioned in the annals of Virginia athletics.
The deaths of football players Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry and the wounding of two other students traumatized the UVA community.