UVA historian Alan Taylor has received the Pulitzer Prize for his latest book, “The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832.” The book is an account of runaway slaves and discusses why they tended toward the British side for liberation. The Internal Enemy recounts the story of about 3,000 enslaved Africans that escaped slavery […]
The UVA chapters of Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Nu have lost their Fraternal Organization Agreements and will cease to be active chapters on grounds. Announcements from the University issued Friday said the incidents leading to this decision involved the “new member education process.” University spokesman McGregor McCance defended the tough decision the University was […]
By: Scott McGrath C-Ville turned into K-Ville on Friday night—and no, the Duke basketball fan section was not visiting the Corner. Instead, the Cavalier pitching staff sent batters back to the dugout one after the other. Advertised as a fantastic pitcher’s duel between aces Nathan Kirby of U.Va. and Trent Thornton of North Carolina, the […]
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Earth Week here on Grounds is full of events and programs that connect us to a closer awareness with sustainability, community, and natural sourcing. What better way to display sustainability than through food? This is what the Slow Food sector at UVA set out to do.