From surgical tools to old-school parking tags and concert passes, these quirky keepsakes represent UVA to nine alumni and their families.
Dean Maurice Apprey leaves a legacy at the Office of African American Affairs and the medical school.
The University made offers to fewer than 1 in 5 this admissions cycle, a record low. Record-high applications tell only part of the story.
With plans to confront COVID challenges and focus on equity and innovation, two women with UVA ties bring their expertise back to Grounds.
Navy ROTC building will now honor former Navy secretary, U.S. senator and Law alumnus John Warner, instead of a controversial Confederate officer with no UVA ties.
The UVA athletics department is going to need a bigger trophy case
And the student protest that led to its repeal
From driving the Monticello tour bus to cleaning frog tanks
The Honor System remains the epitome of UVA’s tradition of student self-governance
“Equal-opportunity jerks” make it harder to root out gender discrimination
UVA psychologists studied the acoustic profiles of nearly 3,400 laughs
Readers share their thoughts on past issues.
Introducing Living Honor, a multimedia project that brings students and alumni together to understand each other’s perspectives on Honor.
Editor Richard Gard previews the Summer/Fall magazine.
Learn more about the impact double ’Hoo Molly Bass made across Grounds.
These bright young minds have bold plans, from restoring rigor back to Honor to securing scholarships for descendants of enslaved laborers.