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The Technology Issue
The Alumni Experts Edition
The U.Va. Fan Issue
The Photography Issue
The Spring Edition
The Self-Improvement Issue
2013: Year in Review
The Work Edition
The Halloween Issue
17 Things to Love About Charlottesville in the Summer
Summer School Comes to U.Va. Magazine
Greetings from Charlottesville
The Top 5 Edition
The Apps Edition
Special Edition: Honor at a Crossroads
The Food Edition
The Scary Edition
The Extreme Edition
Special Edition: From Resignation to Reinstatement
Feature: Lady Gaga & Professor Dewey Cornell Battle Bullies
Feature: Keeping Up With the Jeffersons (meet the men who impersonate our founder)
Feature: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Club (curious and notable dates in U.Va. history)
Feature: 14 Things to Love about C'ville in Winter
Feature: U.Va Holiday Gift Guide (something for every Hoo on your list!)
Feature: Frank Ward (Educ ‘53) watched as the Hindenburg burst into flames
Feature: U.Va. chef uses pig’s ear to win national competition
Feature: Love on Grounds
Feature: Special Summer Music Issue
Feature: Think you know U.Va.? Prove it.
Feature: The Coolest Websites
Feature: The Most Important Man in the NFL?
Feature: The 10th Annual Lighting of the Lawn
Feature: U-V-A! Cheerleaders build school spirit, one pyramid at a time
Feature: More “How To”: Helpful Advice from Alumni and Faculty Experts
Feature: The Girl in the Window
Feature: Summer Reading- Books to read at the beach
Feature: The State of Our Unions: Five Tips for Marital Bliss
Feature: 15 Reasons to Love C’ville in the Spring
Feature: Top 10 Stories of 2009
Feature: Ye Olde Civility Project: Naughty or Nice? A guide to holiday etiquette with George Washington
Feature: What was it like to be one of the University’s first black students?
Feature: 16 Things to Love about C’ville in the Fall
Feature: Summer Like You’ve Never Seen it Before
Feature: Scaling Kilimanjaro, An audio slideshow of Liz Freer’s emotional journey to the top of Africa’s tallest mountain
Feature: Speed Dating Sparks Creative Collaboration
Feature: Our Miss America
Feature: Top Stories of 2008
Feature: The Twelve Days of Winter Break
Feature: McCain or Obama?
Feature: What’s Happening at my University?
Feature: Where in the World is Thomas Jefferson?
Feature: The “Bad Boys” of Collegiate A Capella
Feature: What we learned on Rugby Road
Feature: When a robot makes music, what does it sound like?
Feature: The top ten U.Va. stories of 2007. Also, where are your New Year’s resolutions?
Special Issue: ‘Tis the season for movies
Feature: Can civil discourse be saved?
Special Issue: Saying goodbye to summer
Feature: Summer in C’ville Slideshow
Feature: A quick guide to the best of graduation
Feature: Can Wikipedia Be Trusted?
Ian Baucom, the new dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, believes that U.Va. can provide leadership in reframing the role of higher education in America.Examining Slavery at the University
In October, U.Va. hosted a national symposium that brought together experts from various schools to discuss issues related to the history of slavery at institutions of higher education.Computer cluster opens new research possibilities
Nearly 55 years later after U.Va. got its first computer, a new computing cluster will provide a significant boost to data-intensive research at the University.Book Traces
U.Va. English professor Andrew Stauffer is on a national mission to encourage readers to take a closer look at what's scribbled in the margins of books.
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