The artwork submitted in a range of media to “(re)present” today’s UVA students expresses a lot of different things, but one thing that’s clear: there really is no “THE” student on Grounds.
How do you portray a pandemic on television as it unfolds in real life? Jason George and his “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Station 19” co-stars shared answers Sunday in a Virginia Film Festival event.
Eight-year-old Adelle Chulis did a spot-on impression of her mom’s work-from-home style. Her parents – and the internet – loved it.
This risky, promising form of government – democracy – actually could die out, Edmundson realized. “Whitman insists that we must not allow this to happen without a fight.”
The purpose is to “provide an ever-contemporary and robust context to our environment, not to suggest a particular perspective, but to afford a balanced and fulsome experience.”
Corin Fox, an assistant professor of philosophy, was shocked when, as a college student, his professor used a ‘bad’ word in class. The moment has stuck with him and informed his teaching today.
Students and professors reflect on how creating, practicing and performing live art has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Democracy Initiative’s Memory Project develops research, curricula and programming and will host a virtual talk Wednesday about what Americans can learn from Germans.