Saunders, who died unexpectedly May 19, “devoted his entire career to publishing the highest quality scholarly books, and was much beloved throughout the university press community,” Eric Brandt, assistant director and editor-in-chief, said. more >
“Poetry is a form of creating meaning from the love, grief, joy and despair of life,” Orr said. The co-founder of the Creative Writing Program is retiring from UVA’s English department faculty after 44 years. more >
On Friday, workers installed more than 30 portraits of African Americans in Charlottesville – taken by renowned 20th-century photographer Rufus Holsinger – at the future home of UVA’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers. more
Garden lovers can visit UVA’s pavilion gardens and also check out a new exhibit at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library spotlighting a garden on Grounds that never was. more
Photographers took to Grounds to showcase the best of spring. Their entries did not disappoint. more
The latest round of Awards for Projects in the Arts will fund journalism, dance and acting as three undergraduates express their creative sides. more >
UVA historian Waitman Wade Beorn’s meticulously crafted takedowns of faulty historical arguments have earned him an appreciative following in the social media world. more >
The final season of “Games of Thrones,” based on George R.R. Martin’s series, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” premiered Sunday. UVA Today asked English professor Lisa Woolfork, who teaches a summer course about it, for an update. more >