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COVID-19’s Impact on UVA Arts Grounds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcJtTmuv5hg The UVA Arts community reacts to this fall's unexpected shift to virtual performances, online art exhibitions, and remote classes.
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Miller Center’s Barbara Perry Discusses Ginsburg Legacy

As the nation mourned Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, Barbara Perry — the Director of Presidential Studies at the Miller Center of Public Affairs — discussed the intensifying political battle over a vacancy on...
Racial equity resolutions announcement

UVA Racial Equity Resolutions Include Statue Removal

On Friday, the University of Virginia Board of Visitors announced their unanimous vote to implement new racial equity resolutions such as the removal of the Corner's George Rogers Clark statue. Other changes include renaming the...
Confederate Statue to be Removed

Confederate Statue to be Removed from Albemarle Courthouse

The Albemarle County Board of Supervisors announced plans to remove a Confederate monument that has stood in front of the county courthouse for over a century. Titled "At Ready," the life-sized statue depicts an...

UPDATE: UVA Will Reopen Dorms, Resume In-Person Classes

On Friday afternoon, President Jim Ryan and UVA’s senior leadership team sent an email to the University community announcing that residence halls will reopen and in-person instruction will resume on Tuesday, Sep 8. This comes...
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UVA Reports 36 Cases of COVID-19 Before Return to Grounds

On Monday, the University of Virginia released initial results from mandatory coronavirus testing for students — 36 positive cases out of 13,000 reported tests. With online classes underway and all official, in-person activity set...