Recent Articles by

Caroline Newman

May 20, 2017
On Saturday, the University of Virginia celebrated what President Teresa A. Sullivan called “its most joyful occasion”: the conferral of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees that represent years of patient work and dedication.
May 18, 2017
Golara Haghtalab is double-majoring in chemistry and studio art, and has gotten involved in The Fralin Museum of Art, HackCville and many other activities on Grounds.
May 18, 2017
UVA Today asked fourth-year McIntire School of Commerce student and graphic designer Gloria Felicia to design an infographic sharing her journey from Indonesia to Charlottesville.
May 17, 2017
University alumni consistently return to Grounds for career fairs, networking events and one-on-one mentorship opportunities. Early numbers show that the Class of 2017 is reaping the benefits.
May 15, 2017
Final Exercises are almost here. Take three minutes to look back at just a few of the many remarkable events and people that made Grounds such an exciting place to be during the 2016-17 academic year.
May 15, 2017
Matt Johnson is passionate about architectural robotics, travel and his work with nonprofits in Ethiopia, but around the School of Architecture, he is best known for his tireless dedication to raising awareness of mental health.
May 11, 2017
Graduating Darden student Helen Marks started her business – Cara’s Market – to promote healthier, more sustainable goods and to honor her late mother, Cara Marks.
May 11, 2017
UVA’s fourth-year studio art students worked on their final projects for months on end, putting together an elaborate, four-week show that featured the best of their photography, paintings, sculptures, prints and films.
May 09, 2017
Students in Professor William Bennett’s advanced sculpture class created six pieces for Charlottesville’s Main Street Market, a popular destination with restaurants, shops and grocers.
May 08, 2017
Alumnus Troy Benesch and his company, V! Studios, have led efforts to modernize NASA’s vast media database, making more than 140,000 historic images, videos and audio clips more accessible to the public.