Two summer courses explored masculinity – one from a philosophical perspective, the other taking a more psychosocial approach – challenging ideas about what it means to be a man. more >
Members of UVA’s School of Law community offer their summer fiction reading selections. Harper Lee makes the list twice as an author whose work helps explain the law. more >
Graduate student instructor Eric Hupe is using virtual reality headsets and 3D technology to take his students back in time to Renaissance Italy. more >
Compiled, designed and edited by an undergraduate student, the anthology features poems on love, loss, anxiety about the state of the world, and hope. more >
The latest edition of the interdisciplinary journal published by UVA’s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture asks the basic question, “What are cities for?” more >
Dean of Students Allen Groves shares some of his favorite music – from the Eagles to Zac Brown Band – with UVA’s WXTJ radio station. more >
Second-year student Jessica Harris grew up in Fluvanna County and knew firsthand that pursuing theater in elementary or middle school often meant traveling or paying high fees. She decided to change that. more >
UVA’s Snapchat student takeovers go global with help from the International Studies Office. more >