Photo Essay
The Virginia Gentlemen, UVA’s oldest a cappella group, has performed on Grounds countless times, but many don’t know they also sing abroad. They recently reached a milestone, traveling to their seventh continent – Antarctica. more >
A family history of hearing loss and a talent for science brought student William Butler to his neuroscience major. more >
A new mentorship program not only benefits the “little buddies,” but enriches the lives of Wahoos. more >
During his four years at UVA, Hartwig has turned an academic eye on his evangelical upbringing, drawn theological lessons from a capella performances and prepared a thesis that is already gaining international recognition. more >
The fourth-year student believes that his liberal arts classes and outside activities, combined with the Commerce School’s rigorous financial curriculum, helped him gain a broad view that stood out in the ultra-competitive Wall Street job market. more >
The growing program introduces first-year, second-year and transfer students to serious academic research through paid research assistant positions. more >
Wahoos share how their time on Grounds sparked their love stories, and professors weigh in on how education level can impact the success of these Cavalier connections. more >
Driven by the passion she saw around her, fourth-year Nena Evans has spent her time at UVA giving back to her community. As she’s poised to graduate and move away, she hopes she’s left Hooville even better than how she found it. more >