Since being appointed a federal judge by President Obama in 2010, Carlton W. Reeves has overseen several high-profile cases, including one in which he sentenced three men who killed a black man and proclaimed “white power.” more >
With two new coaches forging new bonds between the programs, UVA tennis is seeking to make an existing strength even stronger. more >
New population projections from the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service show that Virginia is expected to become the 10th-largest state by 2040. more >
Holland was recently appointed president of Afghanistan’s most prestigious university after more than a decade of work restoring higher education across the country. more >
Coming together after UVA student Otto Warmbier’s death on Monday, the University honored a young man friends described as warm, loving and full of life, someone who loved people, adventure and quirky thrift store finds. more >
Also in this roundup: A major teaching honor for the former dean of the School of Architecture, and the Health System is lauded for its care for cancer and heart patients. more >
Education professor Amanda Williford is helping reshape the way Virginia thinks about kindergarten readiness. more >
Writer and photographer Heather Mason wrote her first blog post seven years ago, when she left her 9-to-5 job to move to South Africa. Today, her blog is her career, taking her to some of the world’s most interesting and exotic destinations. more >