From well-known women to those unnamed, a new Black History Month exhibit at the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library pays tribute to the powerful stories of African American women.
Meet the student in charge of The Fralin Museum of Art’s student tours, and discover UVA’s on-Grounds museum from the inside out.
Spanish professor Fernando Operé has been bringing together the Spanish-speaking community for 40 years, this year presenting the play, “Fractales,” Thursday through Sunday.
The launch of Disney Plus has created a larger conversation about the values expressed in older films such as “The Jungle Book, “Peter Pan” and “Lady and the Tramp.” Assistant media studies professor Shilpa Davé weighs in.
Some of the earliest recorded folk songs, collected through the Virginia Folklore Society founded at the University, are now freely accessible to all as streaming audio through the UVA Library.
The author and cultural critic, keynote speaker for UVA’s Community Martin Luther King Celebration, spoke Thursday night to a full house at the Paramount about “the age of inelasticity” and how that makes it difficult to create a global community.
Kassia Miller’s love of comedy led her to leave securities law to join the Upright Citizens Brigade. Then, an NBC pilot-writing competition led to her big break into the industry.
Alumnus Curtis Monk knew he was taking a financial risk in trying to make a documentary on UVA’s 2015 national champion baseball team, but kept going anyway.