Increased employer presence on Grounds, quality internship experiences and a strengthening national economy paved the way for a strong hiring season for UVA’s Class of 2016.
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May 19, 2016
Among the proud families descending on Grounds for Final Exercises this weekend, the Harris family of Winchester might be one of the largest – ever. All six Harris siblings attended UVA.
May 16, 2016
Fourth-year student Sandy Williams IV, who will earn a studio art degree in May, discovered his passion for art when he returned to UVA after years of grueling chemotherapy treatments. Now, he’s healthy and ready to launch his career.
May 08, 2016
The band celebrated its 25th anniversary by giving back to the community where it got its start, hosting a massive benefit concert at John Paul Jones Arena on Saturday.
May 05, 2016
Kyle and Gillian Gardiner grew up together in Charlottesville until Kyle left to attend Virginia Tech. This year, the brother-sister duo are neighbors in Jefferson’s Academical Village – for a few more days anyway.
May 04, 2016
Husband-wife duo David Waldman and Marian Leitner are already eyeing expansion after their spring launch, as consumers snap up boxes of their custom-made wines at savings of roughly 60 percent when compared to bottle prices.
April 27, 2016
They’re teaching English in Madagascar, helping high schoolers lead healthier lives in Nicaragua and running university classes for Chinese ethnic minorities. And they’ve made UVA one of the Peace Corps’ top volunteer sources three years running.
April 27, 2016
In Artem Demchenko’s hometown in Ukraine, most houses had profuse vegetable gardens. After coming to the U.S. at 15 and earning acceptance to UVA, Artem helped local public housing residents gain similar access to fresh, cheap produce.
April 21, 2016
This year, the Glee Club took its show on the road to South America, as it continues to write new chapters in a storied legacy begun with the club’s founding in 1871.
April 15, 2016
Celebrating its 10th anniversary under the direction of associate professor Joel Rubin, the group offered up its own take on the long Jewish tradition of klezmer music during a concert Thursday.