Recent Articles by

Dan Heuchert

November 01, 2019
If you love the Hoos and the Nationals, 2019 has been a great year. Here’s a fun look at how Washington’s World Series win echoes Tony Bennett and Co.’s March Madness run for the ages.
October 20, 2019
Also in this roundup: Medicine, Nursing schools win diversity honor, former poet laureate and lacrosse coach both earn lifetime achievement awards, and you might meet an Aramark superstar at UVA Dining.
September 03, 2019
Also in this roundup: Black faculty and staff honor their best, archivists recognize the UVA-led Universities Studying Slavery consortium, TIME magazine recommends a history podcast, two rising researchers seize the spotlight, and much more.
July 09, 2019
Also in this roundup: A record number of Cavalier athletes made the ACC Honor Roll, The Castle goes green, academic papers take top honors, a finance administrator is fast-tracked for a career boost, and more.
June 24, 2019
Also in this roundup: An art professor wins the Berlin Prize, a nurse’s poetry is celebrated in England, and a professor will lead North America’s oldest astronomical society.
April 22, 2019
Also in the roundup: A law student is elected vice chair of the National Black Law Students Association, and the superintendent of Louisa County schools names a nursing student as one of the school system’s MVPs.
April 09, 2019
At John Paul Jones Arena, fans and players pointed their phones at each other, seeking to preserve a special moment in Cavalier history.
April 07, 2019
UVA will seek its first national championship in 114 seasons of men’s basketball on Monday, when the Cavaliers square off against Texas Tech in a showdown of two of the nation’s top defensive teams.
April 04, 2019
T.J. Grams is a vital member of the team that supports the Cavalier men’s basketball players, helping them thrive academically while they pursue a national championship.
March 25, 2019
Also in this roundup: Virginia Quarterly Review wins its seventh “Ellie,” a library employee’s play takes him to the Kennedy Center, a Curry School study is the most read of 2018, and much more.

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