Esther Poveda Moreno, who grew up in Spain, teaches “Writing for Social Justice and Change,” a Spanish class in the Civic & Community Engagement Program.
Historian John Edwin Mason discovered his academic muse in an unlikely place: Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro.
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Fernando Valverde, a Spanish poet considered “one of the most important voices of poetry in contemporary Spanish,” is a visiting professor on Grounds and will give a reading Nov. 21.
Research has shown that the study of art increases medical students’ capacity for reflection, tolerance of ambiguity and awareness of personal biases. The Fralin Museum of Art at UVA is putting that into practice.
As his friends gather this weekend to celebrate the poet-indie rock musician’s life, they took some time to share memories of their creative ringleader.
To celebrate fall on Grounds, UVA challenged followers on social media to submit their best photo of the season for a fall photo contest. They responded.
Professor Steven Warner and his M.F.A. students built special Halloween costumes for children with special needs. The project, sponsored by Children’s Assistive Technology Service and Bennett’s Village, is called Hallowheels.
The 32nd annual Virginia Film Festival concluded Sunday after five days packed full of films and discussions, merging the best of Hollywood with many voices from around Grounds.