One of my favorite UVA memories was Lighting of my Lawn as a fourth year this past December. It was so fun to be surrounded by my friends and the entire UVA community to see the beautiful, magical Holiday display. It was a gorgeous night filled with fun singing and dancing, and the lights shined magnificently.
Making a podcast for Celebrity Studies with Ellcessor was one of the best school experiences I’ve ever had. I loved that class and that project so much, and I’m so proud of what we made.
I had the most amazing four years in this University and am so happy to be able to call it home. Wahoowa!
Dino nugs and the Dogsledding house.
Best Memory--Picnics On The Lawn!!!
It is really hard to consolidate 4 years of memories into one, but I think the one that I will always remember is the National Championship run. The entire school came together and I will always remember dancing and screaming on 14th st. with a thousand other students. That was such a moment of unity and celebration and we rode that high for weeks after the win. Go Hoos!
I loved game days at UVA and getting to watch football at Scott Stadium with thousands of other UVA fans.
I have many great memories of running the Rivanna Trail and had a great time working at WTJU.
Nothing beats taking pictures of the National Championship for The Cavalier Daily.
My favorite class is Shooting the Western, taught by William Little. My love for media, films and writing grew exponentially after this class. Thank you Professor Little!
Aynne Kokas in The Washington Post.
Anna Katherine Clay in The New York Times.
Christopher Ali in UVA Today.