Want to check out the Rotunda to scope out cool study spaces? This tour has it. How about touring the Alderman Road residence halls and learning about all the amenities, as well as the two grassy quads where you can grill or play Frisbee? It’s all there.
Combating gender-based violence and engaging in cutting-edge cancer research, two UVA alumnae will pursue medical careers after receiving Rotary Global Grant Scholarships.
Rising fourth-year student Max Castroparedes is a go-getter, making his mark on Capitol Hill for his home state of Texas as an intern for U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.
Architecture student Taylor Thompson began volunteering with Habitat for Humanity at age 16, to honor his late mother. He has gotten more deeply involved, and is spending his summer with the organization’s Washington, D.C. advocacy office.
Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Nevah Jones served as an aircraft maintenance officer for 20 years. Now a UVA law student, she wants to help her fellow veterans get the medical and mental health care they deserve.
UVA’s summer orientation program for incoming students kicked off this week, with sessions running through August.
Writer Anna Beecher is inspired by her childhood in England’s Peak District; Emily Victoria Long is an Eastern Shore native studying environmental science; and linguistics student Will Norton is focused on a nearly lost language.
Despite howling winds and a last-minute steering problem, the Hoos Flying Club came out of a competition in Texas ranked No. 3 in the world and tops in the U.S.