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.
With a planned virtual discussion happening as chaos unfolded at the U.S. Capitol, politics professor Larry Sabato and his guests – some on the scene in Washington, D.C. – helped viewers grapple with what they were seeing.
The bell has been nestled in the tower of the University of Virginia Chapel for 123 years, the silent witness to many sunsets.
Enjoy this image of the illuminated Lawn as well as Thursday evening’s annual Lighting of the Lawn holiday celebration, made virtual this year by student organizers because of COVID-19.
Many of those who met at the memorial Friday afternoon were health care providers dressed in white coats or scrubs, part of a national “White Coats for Black Lives” movement.
Thursday at 6:30 a.m., construction crews working on the new UVA Health wing lined up to applaud and cheer health care workers beginning or leaving their shifts.