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The University of Virginia’s annual Lighting of the Lawn celebrates its 15th anniversary with music, dance, refreshments and the unveiling of the latest and greatest lighting scheme.
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences is hosting a Dec. 1 forum to discuss progress and invite feedback on a series of diversity and inclusion initiatives that faculty leaders began crafting this spring.
Aesthetic contemplation is essential to a modern liberal arts education, Tyson writes in an essay celebrating his educational journey to Great Britain.
The Cavalier Marching Band is on the verge of its biggest performance yet: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. More than 50 million viewers are expected to tune in Thursday for the annual Thanksgiving tradition.
Goluboff is a renowned legal historian specializing in civil rights, with appointments in three other departments across the University.
The UVA Nitrogen Working Group labeled foods sold in the Clark Café with between one and five stars, based on the pollution-causing carbon and nitrogen and the precious resource of water used in their production.
Bogue, a fourth-year student majoring in politics and Mandarin Chinese, has remarkably diverse interests ranging from playing club squash to preventing sexual assault to Bible study to founding a political journal.
Contactors have removed the covers from the capitals and are starting to dismantle some of the scaffolding around UVA’s Rotunda.
Warming will occur, said UVA’s Deborah Lawrence. It’s just a question of how much. “The scarier scenario is that we can never live outside in the Persian Gulf.”
Jason Williamson has been giving commerce students the funding necessary to take their projects for charity out of the classroom and into the community. Now, he’s expanding the program across Grounds.
The lab of UVA microbiologist Kodi S. Ravichandran has found a potentially more effective new method for regulating good and bad cholesterol levels, one with fewer side effects.
The crippling neurological disease, the second-most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease, includes symptoms that are hallmarks of Parkinson’s, UVA neurologist Dr. Matthew Barrett said.
Continuing a UVA tradition, the Department of Urban and Environmental Planning prepares a locally sourced potluck dinner.
A positive training experience with the University of Virginia Army ROTC leads a Mississippian to fund scholarships.