In a Gallup survey examining the long-term success of college graduates across the country, U.Va. alumni surpassed national averages in employment, engagement at work, well-being and attachment to their alma mater.
When Emily Temple was a young girl, she rewrote the Disney version of “Aladdin,” giving Princess Jasmine her freedom. In Temple’s story, Jasmine runs away with the tiger, saying goodbye to her father and Aladdin.
Peter Habib and Adam Nierow go back to the 1990s, when they performed together in the Academical Village People, a tongue-in-cheek men’s a capella group that sometimes practiced in a bathroom in Old Cabell Hall because of its good acoustics.
About 110 students have graduated from the global development studies major in its first four years. Twenty-five went into or are going into graduate programs. Seven went to Teach for America and two to the Peace Corps. Twenty-five went into business and 20 went into development work, either with NGOs or nonprofits.
The Holsinger Studio Collection, housed in the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, offers a photographic record of life in Charlottesville and Albemarle County from before the turn of the 20th century through World War I.