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Tragedy Strikes UVA
A collection of stories explaining what happened at UVA on Nov. 13—and the sorrow and support that followed.
The Night Of
It began as the quintessential college field trip. It ended with three shot dead, two wounded and a student charged with murder. What happened?
The Joy, the Love, the Light
The profound loss and legacies of Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr. and D’Sean Perry
UVA Law School boycotts U.S. News rankings
Dean Risa Goluboff says the rankings “fail to capture much of what we value at UVA”
From record applications, UVA extends 7,000 early offers
This year, UVA received a record 55,845 applications, up from 50,813 applications the previous year.
From the Editor: A Magazine Approach to Covering Tragedy
Editor Richard Gard previews the Spring magazine.
From the Publisher: The Certainty of Our Collective Strength
As we struggle to make sense of the horrific night of Nov. 13, there is a certainty that did prevail—the strength of our community, that we are UVA strong.
From President Ryan: Difficult Losses and a Powerful Response
In the aftermath of the tragedy of Nov. 13, 2022, there was an outpouring of support from all corners of the University.
UVA traditions in the making
From Black Alumni Weekend to the Lighting of the Lawn, these events and activities have become community traditions in recent decades.
What is the most spectacularly foolish thing you did on Grounds?
From riding on chalkboards to kidnapping a kangaroo, alumni share stories of their less-than-stellar judgment calls.
Through Roseberry’s lens
Remembering the legacy of photographer Ed Roseberry, who spent decades documenting life at UVA and in Charlottesville