The UVA football team defeated Illinois 42-14 on Saturday after an Air Force flyover, led by UVA alumni, honored the military and first responders.
John D’earth kicked off this semester’s “Arts on the Hill” series Tuesday as UVA President Jim Ryan hosted the first of several performances at Carr’s Hill this semester.
Students in James Cohoon’s computer science course each brought a plane with them on the first day of class – a paper plane, that is.
Dr. Mitch Rosner has long collected bobblehead dolls. He recently added a new one to the crowd, a token of thanks from UVA leadership for his guidance during the pandemic.
Students, faculty and community members gathered Saturday to mourn victims of last week’s Atlanta shootings and support Asians and Asian Americans at UVA and beyond.
Renovation work at the Garden Room, an extension of Hotel E on the West Range of the Academical Village, has exposed the original 1859 pine floor.
University photographer Sanjay Suchak’s snapshot of Wednesday’s “crowd” at JPJ is one for the COVID-19 time capsule.
Although this photo depicts a study in demolition, much of the historic Alderman Library building will be retained for renovations, scheduled to begin this spring.