The University of Virginia’s annual Lighting of the Lawn celebrates its 15th anniversary with music, dance, refreshments and the unveiling of the latest and greatest lighting scheme. more >
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences is hosting a Dec. 1 forum to discuss progress and invite feedback on a series of diversity and inclusion initiatives that faculty leaders began crafting this spring. more >
Aesthetic contemplation is essential to a modern liberal arts education, Tyson writes in an essay celebrating his educational journey to Great Britain. more >
The UVA Nitrogen Working Group labeled foods sold in the Clark Café with between one and five stars, based on the pollution-causing carbon and nitrogen and the precious resource of water used in their production. more >
Bogue, a fourth-year student majoring in politics and Mandarin Chinese, has remarkably diverse interests ranging from playing club squash to preventing sexual assault to Bible study to founding a political journal. more >
Goluboff is a renowned legal historian specializing in civil rights, with appointments in three other departments across the University. more >
Contactors have removed the covers from the capitals and are starting to dismantle some of the scaffolding around UVA’s Rotunda. more >