This is the second on-Grounds Starbucks location.
Students expressed dissatisfaction with the administrative response to last summer’s white supremacist demonstrations.
Hosted by the Charlottesville Track Club, the race will start and finish at Foxfield and should include over 3,000 runners.
From romantic hiking excursions to the Charlottesville movie theater, both couples and single people can celebrate Valentine's Day.
Gregory H. Swanson, a Martinsville attorney, was the first African-American individual ever admitted to U.Va.
Lighting of the Lawn is one of those traditions students think about more and more as the holiday season approaches, discussing the lights show, speculating who will read the fourth-year poem and estimating how early they will need to arrive to ensure a good view.
For most of the 15,669 undergraduate students at the University, November 8 presented the first opportunity to vote in a Presidential election.
Ever since visiting the National Parks with his dad as a child, University graduate Darius Nabors has dreamed of visiting every single National Park.
Pamela Norris was only in fourth grade when she realized she wanted to be an engineer.
Mental illness is a constant concern at Universities and suicide rates are currently the highest they have been in 30 years.