This week, Catholic bishops gather in Rome to confront a widespread sexual abuse crisis. See how one religious studies professor has been discussing the crisis in his classroom, and what it has taught him about young people’s views on religion. more >
Veteran Jake Kausen served at more than 600 military funerals as a member of the Army’s Honor Guard at Arlington National Cemetery. Now, the soldier-turned-student is a member of UVA’s polo team and eyeing a career in Hollywood. more
Members of the UVA Health System and the greater Charlottesville community are understanding each other on a deeper level, thanks to a program recently included in the curriculum for all incoming medical school students. more >
In 2009, LGBTQ students and staff began making “Love is Love” T-shirts for Valentine’s Day, starting a tradition that is still going strong 10 years later. Learn more about how it all began. more >
Concussions robbed Cam Harrell of his promising athletic career. Now he sees sports through a new lens. more >
UVA students studying abroad for the January term studied business topics in Asia, Argentina and Australia. Others explored Germany’s difficult history and Tuscany’s culture, Victor Hugo’s Paris and Yaa Gyasi’s Ghana. more >
Fourth-year physics student Brian Seymour can continue to wrestle with Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity at the University of Cambridge after receiving a Churchill Scholarship. more >
Demand for the school’s growing online graduate programs – much of it from UVA alumni – led to the jump of 61 places, to No. 9 in the nation. more >