UVA assistant dean and assistant media studies professor Shilpa Davé weighs in on HBO’s recent decision to temporarily remove the film classic “Gone With the Wind” from its library.
What happens to our fear of missing out when many in-person activities are off limits? Darden School of Business professor Lalin Anik found that virtual FOMO is hurting focus, sleep, motivation and more in quarantine.
UVA alumna Mercedes Herrero used her lessons as a comparative literature major at UVA in her robust career as a Broadway performer. Now she’s back to share them with students.
These reading suggestions from faculty and administrators offer readers an opportunity to better understand the roots of racism and move forward on equity issues and dismantling racist systems.
Based on service they did in the Charlottesville community prior to leaving Grounds, students in a religious studies course created their own Passover Haggadahs – the text that Jewish people use to orchestrate the ritual of Passover.
She came to Grounds intending to study statistics, but a surprisingly successful coloring book launched her into a completely different direction.
Kiki Petrosino explores her connections as a UVA alumna to her ancestral roots in Virginia, and teaches students that archival research can lead to poetry connecting with the humanity of people in the past.
Five undergraduate students will follow their muses through three artistic projects as Award for Projects in the Arts grant recipients.