Founded in 2002, Sharaara is the only all-female, Bollywood fusion dance group on Grounds. They strive to send a message of female empowerment while promoting Indian culture on Grounds. more >
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Gatto, a classroom support technician, is a self-taught sculptor who has turned his love of classic horror films into an extraordinary exhibition, showcasing his own recreations of iconic characters like Dracula, Gill-Man and the Mummy. more >
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The Free Bridge Quintet, featuring five faculty members from UVA’s McIntire Department of Music, has been delighting Charlottesville for two decades. They will celebrate with a special anniversary concert Saturday. more >
Curry School professor Derrick Alridge envisions a new research center as a hub for producing research, building community and driving change in education policy. more >
Kate Orff is the first landscape architect to earn a MacArthur “Genius” Grant supporting exceptionally talented and creative leaders in numerous fields. more >
The Tony Award-winning actor spoke with UVA Today before flying to Charlottesville for Friday’s Bicentennial Launch Celebration, where he will join UVA students and faculty members as a special guest. more >
The rock band has played in a volcano, on an iceberg and atop skyscrapers. As they prepare to add the Academical Village to that list, bassist Robby Takac shared some favorite memories and reflected on how the industry has changed. more >
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In honor of the approaching bicentennial, architecture students created their own interpretation of Thomas Jefferson’s famed pavilions, using cutting-edge technology that UVA’s founder would have found fascinating. more >