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Born to Run: Student’s Kidney Diagnosis Leads to Fundraising Haul
First-year student Ellie Hanley created a fundraiser for her first marathon and raised more than $27,000 for the American Kidney Fund, which in turn named her a “Hero for Hope.”
Moving Forward: How Should Parents Interact With Their Students Over Break?
As students leave Grounds to be with loved ones over Thanksgiving break, it is important that parents know how to interact with them during these difficult times. Two credited UVA faculty members weigh in on the subject.
At a Familiar Gathering Place, Students Wrestle With Unfamiliar Emotions
Students who knew the slain football players, and those who didn’t, paid respects at a UVA landmark Wednesday.
General: New Space Force Needs Leaders With Fresh Perspectives
Gen. B. Chance Saltzman urged students and ROTC cadets to be empathetic leaders with courage and commitment.
After Long Hiatus, UVA’s Democrat, Republican Groups Are Speaking, Dining Again
A recent “Talking Across Differences Student Dinner” was the first step toward mending fences between a couple of prominent political groups on Grounds.
From Mother to Daughter to ‘Little Sister,’ Mentoring Success in UVA Program
As a longtime liaison to UVA’s Young Women Leaders Program, Burley Middle School counselor Leslie Fendley encouraged her undergraduate daughter, Ella, to get involved.
Student’s ‘Remedy To Save America’ Speech Earns Top Honor at Oratory Contest
Facing a panel of esteemed judges in the Rotunda’s Dome Room, Jered Cooper emerged as the winner when he addressed the role of free speech at a public university.
Ahead of Veterans Day, Air Force General and Wife Share Life Story and Lessons
Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. C.Q. Brown Jr. and his wife, UVA alumna Sharene Brown, visited with ROTC students, veterans and others interested in service careers.