Matthew Newton and his fellow WUVA reporters covered some of the biggest stories on Grounds this spring, including President Bill Clinton’s appearance and two national titles. more >
Josh Farris, a first-gen, low-income student from Shawsville, felt alone and isolated, so he decided to do something about it. He and a team of students spent the year organizing and putting on a national conference to support students like themselves. more >
Third-year public policy student Hanna Davis has received a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study Arabic and travel in Morocco. more >
Rise Together, a UVA student-founded mentorship program, partnered with the University Guide Service and first-gen faculty to lay out the welcome mat to local students. more
The program allows rising college seniors, new graduates and graduate students an opportunity to gain firsthand experience working under cabinet secretaries and alongside staff in the Office of the Governor. more >
Kenan Scholars will examine the impact of the University of Virginia’s history on black Lawn residents’ experience and the evolution of the pavilion gardens from workplaces to showplaces. more >
Despite appearing in only three games in three seasons, Gladimir Paul earned the respect of his teammates, coaches and professors by working hard as both a scholar and a student. Now, he’s ready to teach the next generation. more >
After spending two years as a psychiatric mental health nurse at UVA Medical Center, triple-Hoo Dallas Ducar is heading to Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital this July, joining as a nurse practitioner in its Transgender Health Program. more >