We’ve managed to transform our newspaper into the digital era and provide news that the University and Charlottesville community deserve.
Our University might not be known chiefly for its creative side, but that’s something I sought to change through my journalism.
As I enter the journalism workforce during a perilous time for both humanity at large and the field in particular, I am reminded of how important it is to remember why I do journalism.
Me encantó mi experiencia en la Universidad, y porque me encantó, yo era una periodista que escribió acerca de sus logros y sus fracasos.
As he prepares for the NBA, let’s take a look at exactly how Diakite reached this point.
Despite having some of their seasons cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these four senior athletes leave Charlottesville having made a lasting impression on their sport and the University.
“U.Va. is not just academic coursework, it is a cohesive experience made amazing by so many awesome people … and I don’t think anyone will take that for granted going forward,” said graduate Ben Borenstein.
Five students share their unique journeys to the diploma they will eventually receive on the Lawn.
Family, friends and colleagues gathered to wish graduating students in the English department’s Area Program in Literary Prose godspeed on their post-collegiate journeys.
Even though I don’t want to be a journalist or have a career in social media managing, I wouldn’t trade this time for anything. I’ve never felt more at home.
Under close scrutiny, human emotions can be exposed no matter how much one tries to conceal them. From one second to another, a plastered smile can slide into a subtle glare or smirk.
With these delicious recipes, celebratory tunes and circumstantial alternatives, virtual graduations can easily be a fun alternative to commemorate and acknowledge the successes of your loved ones.
This week, graduating students and their families are encouraged to use the hashtag #UVAGrad on their social media posts and a collection of which will be featured on the Class of 2020 celebration website.
The students' self-designed project entailed a thought experiment through which they imagined an anarchist community center that rejects hierarchy and prioritizes mutual aid.