UVA students helped bring 100-year-old World War I sheet music back to life – and discovered insights into their own political moment. more
Shetterly, who graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce in 1991, will hold a joint appointment in the Commerce and Engineering schools to forge new knowledge about the historical contributions of African-Americans. more >
We asked Stephen Hiltner, a writer and photographer, about his latest exploration of “bothy culture” in England, Scotland and Wales, and a few other favorite stories. more
Through Digital Virginias, accessing several of UVA’s top digital collections – and many others from organizations large and small – recently got a lot easier for students, educators, researchers and others. more >
The “Hamilton” star, who will speak at UVA on Saturday, said he “jumped at the chance” to return to Charlottesville. Check out his reflections on his last visit, his can’t-miss advice for UVA students and his goals for 2019. more >
A stubborn gap persists between the number of female architects in the classroom and the number in the workplace. Three UVA architects are among the many who are hard at work closing it. more >
Briar is the central character of a traveling Storytime Program that over the past 2½ years has brought more than 200 free books to children in the UVA Medical Center. more >
Student and faculty artists produced more amazing work than we could ever chronicle, but that didn’t stop us from putting together a highlight reel. more >