Letters et cetera
Readers respond to past issues of Arts & Sciences magazine.
The South Lawn Project
New plans honor Jeffersonian architecture and interpret it for the 21st century.
Graduates of Virginia’s 23 community colleges will now be guaranteed admission to the College if they meet specific requirements.
My-Linh T. Nguyen (Bio-chemistry ’07) and Eliah R. Shamir (Biomedical Engineering ’08) have been named Goldwater Scholars for 2006.
A Houston history buff faces a preservation challenge of historic proportions — saving what’s left of the post-Katrina Gulf Coast.
Printmakers and writers collaborate to create multi-layered art.
Work on a rustic retreat honors a president and a presidential scholar.
Smaller. Faster. Better.
James Landers’ work provides answers in the blink of an eye.
Roses are red. Violets are blue. Those sweet Hallmark cards? The work of two 'Hoos!
Chris Purcell (English ’74) and Alarie Tennille (English ’74) work for the nation’s largest greeting card company, Hallmark. He is a lettering artist. She is a writer.
From CBS to C-ville
Wyatt Andrews hits the books.
Hank Lewis is driven to write — but it’s not his whole world.