Matthew Newton and his fellow WUVA reporters covered some of the biggest stories on Grounds this spring, including President Bill Clinton’s appearance and two national titles. more >
Revisit Grounds with recordings from Bodos, the McGregor Room and more, and learn how one professor is using sound in the classroom. more >
Retirement didn’t suit former law firm partner and UVA law graduate Paul Hurdle. Now, he’s loving his new role as one of the oldest law clerks in the country. more >
Public policy professor and part-time Hong Kong resident Harry Harding explains the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and what they could mean for China and the U.S. more >
Looking for a good book to read on vacation and before classes begin? Check out these suggestions from faculty members and alumni at the School of Law. more >
Kait Dunton’s sixth album is a “musical letter of thanks” to UVA professor and famed jazz musician John D’earth, who inspired her to pursue a career in music. more >
Evans – the first player to play all four years under Cavaliers Coach Tony Bennett – has found a new calling as a physical education teacher and basketball coach in Charlottesville. more
The unusually named Rexo joins German Shepherd Nahla, and will be working to keep the University safe. more >