Dhwani Yagnaraman


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Around the world in one week

Throughout September and October, photographers across Grounds have hunted through their archives in search of original pictures of places around the world or those that highlight the global character of the University. 

U.Va reads “Ulysses”

In the middle of a busy day, a handful of James Joyce enthusiasts brought out their well-marked and coveted copies of his magnum opus, “Ulysses,” for the first event of its kind — U.Va.

Poetry and the art of retrospection

Last week, University professor and poet Stephen Cushman and Poet Laureate of Virginia Ron Smith read selections from their works in the Special Collections Library.

The intersection of literature and history

Last week, author Caryl Phillips read a section of his new novel “The Lost Child” to an audience on Grounds. Phillips is known for his post-colonial style of writing — characterized by a passage of time and space as well as insight into how history dwells on names and people.

Laughter Strikes the Annex

Stand-up comedian Lee Camp, a former humor columnist for The Cavalier Daily, is returning to Charlottesville Saturday to perform at the Main Street Annex.