Muki, praised for his dedication and work ethic, has finally retired as the University’s explosive-detection canine. more >
Though mostly anonymous, the more than 300 African-American faces featured in a new “Everyday People” exhibition at UVA tell powerful stories of strength, resilience and progress. Take a look. more
Four UVA Law alumni from the Classes of 1993, 2003, 2008 and 2013 share the twists and turns of life after graduation. more >
History professor Kirt von Daacke spoke to the Washington Post about the history of blackface and racist imagery in yearbooks at UVA and elsewhere, how scholars at UVA are studying this history and the importance of confronting it. more >
Our roundup of UVA podcasts continues with a new show on Grounds re-examining Thomas Jefferson and two podcasts produced by UVA alumni, one for NPR listeners every morning and one from Facebook, featuring two alumni entrepreneurs. more >
When it comes to making half-court basketball shots on ESPN’s “College GameDay” show, University of Virginia students have proved they are in a league of their own. more >
Katsouleas has served as UVA’s executive vice president and provost since 2015. He begins his term as Connecticut president on August 1. more >
Hunter, who wrote the iconic book defining American culture wars, is now scrutinizing the “new science of morality.” Can science actually help us understand our moral behavior? Can it make us better people? Find out what Hunter and coauthor Paul Nedelisky say. more >