Four QuestBridge Scholars offer insight to fellow high-achieving, low-income students who plan to apply to UVA. more
Members of the student organization Towards a Better Latin America erected a one-of-a-kind tent that showcases the current humanitarian and migration crisis in Venezuela, which they’re calling “the Western Syria.” more >
Fourteen novels (so far!), two beloved service dogs, one heartbreaking loss and a fresh start at UVA. Meet Shea Megale. more
From living on the Lawn to serving as a peer adviser, Cavalier women’s basketball standout Jocelyn Willoughby has immersed herself in everything UVA has to offer. more
Second-year student Nia Augustine, a first-generation student at UVA, offers five tips to help other “first-gens” thrive. more >
Josh Pritchett was in and out of jail so often during his troubled youth that he lost count of how many times he was incarcerated. Then he learned about a dynamic UVA class that is based in the prison system, reached out to the professor and forged a new path to success. more
After the horrific killing of 11 members of the Tree of Life synagogue, Jewish students created the event as part of a week of programming to honor and support their brethren. more >
Ross called interning for the Virginia Film Festival, happening this weekend, one of the best things she has done at UVA. Find out why, and check out some of her favorite films in this weekend’s festival. more >