By just imagining something different, that might inspire us in the present to move in the world differently.
Njelle W. Hamilton, associate professor of English and Africana Studies, on Afrofuturism
I don’t see a world where we’re going back to that pre-pandemic model.
Darden professor Roshni Raveendhran on the future of work
He knows the advice I need before I even know I need it.
Sydney Williams (Col ’20) on Maurice Apprey, dean of the Office of African-American Affairs, who's retiring after 40 years at UVA
For those of us non-preppies: painter’s pants! White cotton twill with a few extra loops—for paint brushes, I guess.
Nancy Borges Barnes (Col ’78) about must-have fashion items during her time on Grounds
We had a tight bond. We all recognized we were in it together.
Charles “Buddy” Yancey (Engr ’64) about the first Black students at UVA
The telegram just was someone dousing fuel on the fire.
Louis Levitt (Col ’70) about the missive the Alumni Association sent to parents during 1970 student unrest
Everybody is at the table, and everybody is working together.
Craig Kent, EVP for health affairs, on the collaboration to find a cure for Covid-19