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‘To Them We Owe Our Deepest Gratitude’: UVA Dedicates Memorial to Enslaved Laborers
The memorial, dedicated Saturday, ensures that the hidden lives of enslaved laborers will now be publicly remembered for their importance to the University.
The Bigger Picture: Prince Philip on the Lawn
As the world remembers the U.K.’s Prince Philip, look back at his 1976 visit to UVA and Monticello alongside Queen Elizabeth.
Board of Visitors to Weigh Proposal to Freeze Base Undergraduate Tuition Next Week
The board will consider a proposal from the UVA administration to hold base undergraduate tuition at its current rate.
Hoo-Rizons: Guy Reflects on NCAA Title, the NBA and the Moment He Became a Dad
On the two-year anniversary of the UVA men’s basketball team’s national championship, UVA Today caught up with former star Kyle Guy, now a guard for the NBA’s Sacramento Kings.
Founder’s Day Celebrations Are Postponed, Go Virtual
Most Founder’s Day ceremonies at the University of Virginia are either going online or are being delayed until in-person celebrations can safely be staged again.
Vaccine Invitations Coming for Faculty, Staff and Student Employees
Higher education employees are eligible for vaccination in priority group 1-C, so check your email inboxes for an invitation.
Batten Professor Selected as University of Tulsa’s Next President
Brad Carson, a native Oklahoman who represented the state’s 2nd Congressional District in the House of Representatives, taught courses related to national security and public sector innovation at UVA.
UVA Remembers Former Rector Thomas Farrell
A devoted family man and a strong leader, former rector Thomas F. Farrell II left his mark on the University of Virginia.