Third-year student Rees Wilson curates exhibitions for Charlottesville’s WriterHouse. On December’s “First Friday,” she shares May graduate Lauchlan Davis’ Grounds-themed paintings with the community. more
Assistant media studies professor Sean Duncan discusses the value of playing games, and the value of thinking critically about games. more >
Pretzel the cat’s adventures around Grounds are adorable, but even more heartwarming is his family’s love for Pretzel’s late owner, former professor Bernie Morin, and the University where he taught for 34 years. more >
The program is dedicated to facilitating the emergence of a new generation of leaders who bring a commitment to self-reflection and compassion to the work of making a difference in the world. more >
UVA assistant media studies professor Meredith Clark teaches a course on “Black Twitter” that has, in part, led to a $1.2 million research grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. more >
A mystery involving an ancient Greek vase in the Louvre museum in Paris may have been solved by the unlikeliest of partners. more
Devin Zuckerman, a doctoral student in religious studies, is fascinated by how Buddhist scholars over the centuries have responded to the question of “What makes beings live?” more >
Samuel V. Lemley created an award-winning collection that supplements the genealogical record of his Sicilian ancestors, including a record of the Great Comet of 1819, tales of the bubonic plague and a handwritten Christmas homily. more >