The president’s selection as keynote speaker continues a University tradition: five of her predecessors were the featured speakers at Final Exercises during their last years in office. more >
With members of Swanson’s family in attendance, the University unveiled a portrait of the late pioneer, announced an award to be given in his name and announced the establishment of a commission to examine the University in the era of segregation. more >
The new commission will examine and report on UVA’s role in racial segregation in the 19th and 20th centuries. more >
UVA alumnus Tyler Lewis, who made a half-court shot on ESPN’s “College GameDay” in 2015 to win $18,000, discusses his experience. more >
For 21 years, Nancy Kechner has taught UVA students about rugby – and provided a home away from home for her players. more >
Since it opened in 1938, stately Alderman Library has stood at the heart of the University’s academic enterprise. But at 80 years old, it also stands in desperate need of renovation – about five years’ worth that won’t actually start until late 2019 or early 2020. more >
Johntrell Bowles spent nearly half of his life either homeless or in foster care. Rather than flounder, the second-year student is using that experience to give back to the University and Charlottesville. more >