Members of the UVA community, ranging from scientists and historians to students and wrestling coaches, share their expertise as producers and hosts of their own podcasts. more >
In her second year, Paige Taul dedicated herself to filmmaking. As she prepares to walk the Lawn, she discusses three of the films she is most proud of. more >
Wylie has photographed Pompeii for five years, capturing haunting, poignant scenes from the ruined Roman city that has remained frozen in time since the catastrophic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. more >
In a first for UVA’s drama department, two professors team-taught a yearlong course in which 11 students wrote, directed and produced their own short films. more >
For 10 days, students and faculty members joined professor Sanda Iliescu and her “Painting and Public Art” course in creating their own interpretation of the iconic American flag. more >
The University has acquired an archive of prolific editorial cartoonist Patrick Oliphant’s work that illustrates the history of an art form – and an era. more >
Luke Williams scoured archival vaults on Grounds, did community work in a San Francisco jail and danced in New York City for his thesis on links between politics and dance. He will continue the work next year as a Ph.D. student at Stanford. more >
The Corner is not a typical final exam setting, but A.D. Carson’s “Composing Mixtapes” course is not a typical course. Carson challenged 14 students to write, record and produce an entire mixtape. more >