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The Bee Keeper
New York Times puzzle editor Sam Ezersky responded to our questions with anagrams—several of them, specially designed for UVA alumni.
Making a Mountain into an O-Hill
The wellspring for the founding, and where UVA split the atom, behold the fantastical history of Mount Jefferson.
It’s Not Easy Being Dean
The role comes with a giant set of responsibilities. Here’s a look at some of UVA’s famous (and infamous) deans of the past.
Hadley’s New Handle: Dean of Students
Student Affairs Vice President Robyn S. Hadley has merged the dean’s office with her own, giving her a new compound title and an expanded set of responsibilities.
Police make arrest in Lawn noose incident
Shane Dennis has no known relationship to UVA and has been prohibited from entering Grounds in the future.
UVA welcomes two new deans to Grounds
With plans to confront climate change and boost community engagement, two Virginia natives are leading UVA schools.
Lawn Hate Crime: Noose On Homer Statue Summons FBI
Authorities probe two other incidents, meet with Black protesters; alumni offer support
UVA rises to No. 3 again in U.S. News rankings
After dropping to No. 4 three years ago, UVA is once again the third best public university, tied with the University of Michigan.
The Father of UVA Athletics You’ve Never Heard Of
Despite his influence on the UVA athletic department in the late 1800s, Richard Dabney Anderson is rarely mentioned in the annals of Virginia athletics.
From the Publisher: Celebrating Ridley’s Success
Celebrating the 35th anniversary of the Ridley Scholarship Program, which is dedicated to attracting Black students of the highest academic caliber to UVA.
What was your favorite hideout on Grounds?
From the Alderman Stacks to “The Cave” in Old Cabell Hall, alumni reveal their best secret spots at UVA.
Three UVA alumni go big on reality competition shows
This year, ’Hoos have starred on LEGO Masters, Iron Chef and The Amazing Race. Here’s how they got there.