See exactly where UVA stacks up against the competition.
Roger Martin made a convincing case not to cheat in his class. Or so you would have thought.
From surgical tools to old-school parking tags and concert passes, these quirky keepsakes represent UVA to nine alumni and their families.
Compare old-school photos with modern snapshots of the same places—from the Corner to Carr’s Hill—to see how they’ve evolved since your time at UVA.
The former Clemson assistant takes the reins.
Let us take you back to when the rains came down, the snows piled up and the Grounds shook beneath your feet. You’ll need a coat.
We asked UVA’s resident futurists what’s next.
Here are some of Virginia Magazine’s most popular—and most talked-about—stories of last year. From the late Pep Band to our latest poll, from UVA’s first medalist to our newest Olympians, take a look, or even a second look.
A once-unthinkable NCAA rules change lets UVA athletes cash in on their name, image and likeness. It can mean big bucks, or at least pay for books.
We mapped alumni views of UVA across a 50-year span of class years. From Jefferson to Honor to left vs. right, the results are more complex and contoured than what you might expect.
The head of enrollment talks about what UVA looks for in applicants, including when they’re children of alumni.
Excerpts from admission essays for incoming first-years
How admissions officers built the Class of 2025—by the numbers, by the essays and by the seat of their pants.
A tale of performance-enhancing good manners, how nice guy James Rector had his 100 meters dashed.
Here’s a look at our most recent Olympians: current and former UVA athletes and coaches who competed in the delayed 2020 Olympic Games.
After a season shortened by COVID-19, UVA sports came back to claim multiple national championships and extend the post-season to Tokyo.
To cool student unrest in 1970, the Alumni Association did a very uncool thing. People stayed hot about it for years.
As the COVID count swelled this spring, so did the disciplinary docket for the University Judiciary Committee.
How UVA’s first Black students, excluded elsewhere, found a community of their own off Grounds.
For 30 years, UVA’s scrambling Pep Band managed to stay one punchline ahead of the authorities.
In a hard year, some UVA notables found comfort and escape in books, music, movies and the woods. Here are the good things that have helped them through.
Amid the fervor of the Great War, UVA rid itself of a journalism school, and the pacifist it rode in on.
Researchers on Grounds go the distance in a global race for a cure.
Shops on the Corner do their best to keep doing business amid the challenges of Covid.
Alumni share some favorite comfort food recipes as this crazy year winds down.