Tag Archive: University of Virginia

Anushay’s Point Interviewed By Young Writers Workshop

When I was in college, my friends used to tease that I was the “poster girl for UVA,” because of my deep love for my alma mater, the University of Virginia. But what… Continue reading

UVA Magazine Features Anushay’s Point

When I was in college, my friends used to tease that I was the “poster child” for the University of Virginia (UVA) because I love the school so much. I was honored and… Continue reading

What is the Rush? Learning & Accepting the Art of Slowing Down

Last week, my husband and I made a trip down to Charlottesville to my alma mater, the University of Virginia (UVA), with our six month old daughter, Ava. It was honestly one of… Continue reading

Murder In Jefferson’s Village: UVA Death Exposes Reality of Intimate Partner Violence

I have always held the torch so high for my alma mater UVA (University of Virginia) that I was pretty much blind to any criticism about the University: Perfect UVA in perfect little… Continue reading