Recent Articles by

Anne E. Bromley

April 18, 2019
The final season of “Games of Thrones,” based on George R.R. Martin’s series, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” premiered Sunday. UVA Today asked English professor Lisa Woolfork, who teaches a summer course about it, for an update.
April 17, 2019
“Shakespeare on the Lawn,” a student-run theater troupe, moves from the Grounds to the Downtown Mall’s New Dominion Bookshop to present a dramatic reading of “Much Ado About Nothing” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday – Shakespeare’s birthday.
April 15, 2019
More than 200 volunteers spent Saturday working at one of 29 Charlottesville-area job sites as part of the fifth annual BIG Event, sponsored by Madison House.
March 27, 2019
The UVA alum, one of the nation’s leading culture critics, talks about what he’s writing, reading and watching on television; who he thinks is “the greatest novelist in the English language”; and the best TV show he’s seen in a long time.
March 22, 2019
Miller, the Cary Johnson Jr. Professor Emeritus of History, revolutionized the study of the history of Africa, slavery and the slave trades, Atlantic history and world history.
March 21, 2019
For nearly two decades, Gregory has successfully recruited talented, underrepresented students to the University. For that dedication, she has received the 2019 John T. Casteen III Diversity-Equity-Inclusion Leadership Award.
March 19, 2019
Among more than 130 programs, many will feature speakers and panelists with University ties, offering the public a chance to hear directly from faculty members in fields ranging from U.S. history to Latin American politics, and many more.
March 18, 2019
Book festival favorites Lee Smith, Adriana Trigiani and Douglas Brinkley return to spin their stories on Wednesday as part of the 25th annual Virginia Festival of the Book.
March 11, 2019
Robert C. Vaughan III, who headed the foundation for 43 years before retiring in 2017, died Wednesday.
March 03, 2019
Among several local events for Liberation and Freedom Day, which commemorates the ending of slavery in the local area, the University held an additional ceremony: for the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, now in the early stages of construction.