Pool water has run through Shannon Rauth’s veins since she began diving off blocks at age 5. She ended her swimming career at UVA on several high notes; being elected co-captain of her team is her fondest accomplishment.
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April 11, 2017
More than 100 students are members of UVA’s chapter of Best Buddies, a global nonprofit group that creates meaningful one-on-one relationships between students and adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.
March 31, 2017
After seeing a rickshaw driver clear traffic for an ambulance in India, fourth-year student Shreyas Hariharan was inspired to start a club that shares tales of kindness.
March 17, 2017
The Lawn and John Paul Jones Arena are two of Sarah Dodge’s favorite photo backdrops. “Being a UVA student is something I am extremely proud of, and to be able to combine that identity with my identity as a photographer is really satisfying,” she said.
March 15, 2017
As president of the Black Student Alliance, Miller has worked quietly to provide stability within the organization and establish lasting structures. She plans to bring that pragmatic approach to her work on the Board of Visitors.
March 14, 2017
Choose from expressive Cavmen, UVA pennants and virtual “We Are Number One” foam fingers to hype your texts during March Madness.
March 09, 2017
Speaking at the American Council on Education’s annual conference in Washington, Teresa A. Sullivan said free speech is “our lingua franca in academia, and any restriction on it seems incompatible with the fundamental values of higher education.”
March 06, 2017
Well into her second semester at UVA, transfer student Shivani Tara Seth has come up with a top-10 list of tips for students like herself, who began their higher education careers at a community college.
February 26, 2017
1993 graduate Cheryl Lundy Swift was standing with the entire senior class of the school where she is principal when Ellen DeGeneres made the surprise announcement.
February 23, 2017
Does the ability to use smartphones to instantly satisfy information needs have any bearing on how much we trust those around us? New research at the University of Virginia is suggesting the answer may be “yes.”