Coming out of high school in Chicago, Louie Hayes had doubters, but he has proved them wrong in a big way – both on the wrestling mat and in the classroom.
Nate Scott, managing editor of USA Today’s “For the Win” sports news site and host of a true crime podcast, came to Darden through a fellowship focused on the future of media.
Take a look back at the program’s first national title win – and UVA’s 28th team title – clinched in Greensboro Saturday night.
Ogunkoya, who grew up in Queens, New York, first discovered UVA through a program for first-generation college students. Nearly three years later, she’s loving her time here.
Now that outdoor graduations may accommodate up to 5,000 people, President Jim Ryan says UVA has “far more flexibility in planning a ceremony for the Class of 2021.” Plans will be announced no later than April 2.
In partnership with an alumna’s nonprofit, three UVA students took the lead in distributing thousands of masks made by female artisans in Guatemala.
With internship offerings down by as much as 49% last spring, UVA’s Career Center has created a new, alumni-driven program that will offer summer opportunities for up to 500 students.
The University Chapel will be the first of UVA’s iconic buildings to light up the night sky in a series of projection mapping shows, starting Friday and running through May.