Recent Articles by

Anne E. Bromley

December 01, 2017
Madison House student volunteers organize the Holiday Sharing program each year that culminates in a celebration for local families in need.
November 17, 2017
First-year students in Patricia Sullivan’s “Writing as/and Technology” course gain new appreciation for old methods and explore communication in the digital age.
November 15, 2017
Women first gained an academic toehold on the University in the 19th century, and gradually expanded their presence until full coeducation blossomed in 1972.
November 08, 2017
The growing Social Networks and Archival Context Cooperative enables institutions to more efficiently share information that shows connections between the living and the dead, between individuals, families and organizations, across time and place.
October 19, 2017
The outcome of telling the history of slavery at UVA will be giving students and the public opportunities to learn more about what it has been and where it is headed, and to join together in that future, according to President Teresa A. Sullivan.
October 18, 2017
One goal of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University has been “to re-inscribe the history and the lives of the enslaved back onto the landscape in as many ways as possible,” commission co-chair Kirt von Daacke said.
October 17, 2017
A symposium, to be held this week, will highlight the recent work of universities and other institutions that have begun to grapple with their histories of slavery, and will consider appropriate preservation and memorialization.
October 13, 2017
The poet, a professor of English and creative writing who has won numerous teaching awards, will give the keynote address Nov. 3 at UVA’s Fall Convocation.
October 12, 2017
Friends and family recalled the devotion that Anthony Macdonald “Mac” Caputo showed the University, to which he gave countless hours of service.
October 10, 2017
A symposium, to be held Oct. 18-21, will highlight the recent work of universities and other institutions that have begun to grapple with their own histories of slavery, and will consider appropriate preservation and memorialization.

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