Writing for The Conversation, a UVA professor of Slavic languages and literatures explains the origins of the vampire myth, and its connection to disease, political upheaval and fears of societal breakdown.
Alexis Ward, a graduate student in the School of Education and Human Development, has been working to improve the lives of people with disabilities since she was a kid.
Homecoming crowds flocked to the annual Pancakes for Parkinson’s fundraiser on the UVA Lawn Saturday morning. Student volunteers are hoping to raise more than $70,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Gary Ham, one of the first African American players to ever suit up for the UVA football team, was honored with his former teammates at Scott Stadium on Saturday.
UVA made the determination to protect children and others who are vulnerable following guidance from public health experts and the University is planning alternative virtual events.
One of the College’s most sought-after undergraduate STEM majors is about to take a giant step forward.
University officials planted trees this month to honor President Emerita Teresa Sullivan and former Law School Dean John Jeffries, a tradition with roots going back nearly 200 years.
Located on Brandon Avenue, the building not only houses Student Health and Wellness, but several student spaces designed with wellness in mind.