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Silly and Paternal and Driven: Scholarship Embodies Glenn Kirwin’s Life
Glenn Kirwin, killed in the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, is well-remembered by his family and friends, who have funded a scholarship in his name.
A Band of Determined Students Launched Lighting of the Lawn to Inspire Unity Post-9/11
Class of 2002 President Portman Wills and two class trustees share the story of how the beloved event came to be.
Love & Basketball: Memory of Alumnus Who Died in 9/11 Lives on Through Scholarship
The memory of alumnus Patrick Sean Murphy, who died in the attacks on the World Trade Center, lives on through his children – and a scholarship created for UVA students affected by 9/11.
Current Students Share How 9/11 Has Influenced Their Lives
It happened when they were very young, but these students still see the influence of 9/11 on their lives, from their hometowns and families to their career choices today.
Q&A: Biles’ Olympics Decision Reflects ‘Larger Cultural Shift’ About Mental Health
The head of UVA’s Counseling and Psychological Services says it’s no surprise Biles is suffering under the intense world spotlight, and others should follow the gymnast’s lead and listen to their bodies.
High School Students Look to SOAR With Help of New UVA Program
High school students in Charlottesville who are interested in careers in medicine are taking part in the School of Medicine’s Summer Opportunities in Academic Research program, known as SOAR.
Students Engage With Politics via 22nd Century Scholars Program
Meet five students in the UVA internship program who are getting to chance to speak with scholars, politicians and citizens from all around the world.
Hey, New Students: Take These Tips From the Pros – UVA’s Orientation Leaders
Go to the activities fair. Ditch “FOMO” – the fear of missing out. Meet upperclassmen. Read these and more tips from three seasoned students.