Take an overhead look at UVA then and now, and explore the features of the Bicentennial issue.
A Pulitzer historian assesses what we are to make of UVA’s founder, 200 years hence.
The giants among us: A roundup of alumni who walked from the Lawn to prominence.
Study up on the twists and turns of UVA's history, from the laying of the cornerstone to the inauguration of the ninth president.
Founder’s Day, Paris 1919, the great party after the Great War, where they sang the “The Good Old Song” in what passed for French.
Take a look back at the McGuffey ash, which loomed large over Pavilion IX for over a century.
Learn how the gardens of Grounds have changed—and stayed the same—from Jefferson’s original plans.
Mike Leinbach (Arch ’76, Engr ’81) led the extraordinary effort to piece together the space shuttle Columbia just days after he gave the go-ahead at its launch.
Editor S. Richard Gard Jr. provides a preview of the magazine’s Spring offerings.
May Days 1970: The week that would change UVA forever, through the eyes of those who were there.
Excavation uncovers a dilemma: Should the colonnade be the bright white of our time or the unpainted tan of Jefferson’s?
Thomas Jefferson was a visionary leader--and a meticulous construction manager.
Jefferson’s University of Virginia was to be a modern, secular, science-centered university taught by scholars of distinction, with the students expected largely to govern themselves.
Take a look back at how the University has celebrated big anniversary milestones.
Encyclopedia Virginia managing editor Brendan Wolfe has turned a Virginia Magazine feature into a book.