Diane D’Costa will use her double major in public policy and youth and social innovation to teach high school social studies in Tulsa, Oklahoma for Teach for America.
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April 19, 2018
“We refuse to allow violence,” reads a letter demanding gun reform from government leaders. UVA Student Council President Sarah Kenny recruited more than 80 student leaders from around the country to sign on.
April 19, 2018
Launched in 2016, UVA projected it would take about five years to leverage $100 million in matching dollars from UVA’s Strategic Investment Fund. Fifteen months in, nearly $93 million has been committed to this transformative initiative.
April 13, 2018
Amid other Founder’s Day activities, the University awarded its highest external honors, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals, to architect David Adjaye, agriculturalist Cary Fowler and Judge Frank Easterbrook.
April 09, 2018
First-year student Navya Annapareddy and second-year student Jordan Beeker will work on women’s issues in French-speaking Rwanda and Senegal, funded by the award established to honor the memory of UVA student Hannah Graham.
March 29, 2018
Last month, we shared our first UVA Today News Quiz with you, our readers. It was such a popular feature that we decided to give you another chance to win all the points. Show us what you are made of, Wahoos!
March 26, 2018
Nathan Colberg’s music is a study in contradiction. His shimmering musicality stands in contrast to his deep, soul-searching lyrics, which probe themes of brokenness, doubt and anxiety.
March 15, 2018
Living on the Lawn is a privilege reserved for a select few at the University of Virginia. Public-facing life in Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village may be intimidating to some, but these Lawnies have some tips to help their successors thrive.
March 14, 2018
The walkout drew hundreds of people, who listened as student leaders honored the 17 people killed at a Parkland, Florida high school and called for an end to gun violence.
March 08, 2018
A national survey finds incoming first-year students excel in several measures, such as the importance of civic engagement, critical thinking, research and promoting racial understanding.