Professor Louis Bloomfield on his popular physics class for non-science majors, How Things Work
University Diner owner Lee Shiflett, as told to Coy Barefoot (Grad ’97), on the popularity of the Grillswith
Patricia Lampkin (Educ ’86), Vice President and Chief Student Affairs Officer, on the responsibility of living on the Lawn
Philip Herrington (Grad ’07, ’12) on the complications of the modern design of the 1970s era law and business schools
Ernest Ern, former University administrator on Saunier’s efforts to integrate UVA
Officer Ben Rexrode of the University of Virginia Police Department
[Jefferson] was, like almost all humans, a complex person and very much of his own time and society. At the same time, he sometimes had a rare capacity to think beyond that time and society (while often falling short in promoting the changes that his insights demanded).
Professor Alan S. Taylor, history department
UVA President Teresa A. Sullivan
UVA graduates talk about their school in a multifaceted, multiplatform sense. UVA is not just about sports. It is about Honor; it is about architecture; it is about history, academics and student self-governance; it is Charlottesville; it is Mr. Jefferson; and more.
Professor Kenneth G. Elzinga
Historical preservation architect Jody Lahendro (Arch ’82) on the importance of reintegrating the Rotunda into student life.