U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan, a UVA graduate and former ROTC cadet, was killed in in Baqubah, Iraq, in 2004, stopping a bomber who tried to enter his unit’s compound. His parents have endowed a Bicentennial Scholarship in his name. more >
A new book, “The Key to the Door: Experiences of Early African American Students at the University of Virginia,” features first-person narratives from seven alumni and an overview of the history of African-Americans on Grounds. more >
Otto Warmbier, who would have graduated with the Class of 2017, was released Tuesday after 17 months of detention in North Korea. He reportedly has been in a coma for more than a year. more >
Teammates, roommates and best friends Adam Haseley and Pavin Smith are the first position players from the same school to be drafted in the top 10 picks in nearly three decades. more >
In 1986, Craig Wood was looking to make a name for himself at UVA, where he knew no one. An impulse move on his second day on Grounds led to four years on the cheerleading squad and a lifetime of motivation. more >
Achievements in renewable energy and “zero waste” are among the highlights of a sustainability update presented Friday to the Board of Visitors Buildings and Grounds Committee. more >
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In a six-decade relationship, the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School shares physical space with the UVA School of Law and a constant flow of ideas among students and the top legal minds in civilian and military justice. more >
The University of Virginia’s western entrance will become a greener, more open space under a plan UVA and the City of Charlottesville are implementing. more >