En Garde! Third-Year Student is Force to Be Reckoned With in Virginia Fencing
Third-year student Grayson Katzenbach is a reigning state champion and the first Virginia woman to compete in all three fencing categories at the Junior Olympics. She’s also brought the sport to more than 200 students. more >
UVA students welcomed hundreds of local children and their families at this year’s Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn. Check out the cute and creative costumes in these photos and video. more >
Take a look inside UVA’s world-renowned Rare Book School as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. more >
Since 2003, the student-run Pancakes for Parkinson’s event has raised more than $500,000 to help find a cure for the motor system disorder. This year, they’re aiming to add $70,000 more. more >
With a thriving arts scene, abundant restaurants and small businesses and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, there’s a lot to love about our city. See why so many ’Hoos fall in love with Charlottesville. more >
One goal of the President’s Commission on Slavery and the University has been “to re-inscribe the history and the lives of the enslaved back onto the landscape in as many ways as possible,” commission co-chair Kirt von Daacke said. more >
Located on a remote mountaintop in Southwest Virginia, Mountain Lake Biological Station offers a near-perfect setting for a range of biological studies. more >
1515 on a storefront sign
Since last spring, students have been flocking to 1515 – named for its street address on University Avenue – to study, socialize, or most recently, grab some career advice from the University. more >