Sept. 10-16, 1999
IN THIS ISSUE
U.Va. gets $4 million cancer grant
Curry School bringing classroom technology to Bermuda
Improvements made for checking children's hearing

From the desk of. . .Tom Gausvik

Hot Links -- slave life
U.Va. Patents Foundation upgrades operations
Making hospitals safer workplaces
A solution for broken hearts
Free guide offered for sexual assault survivors
Conference on health-care ethics Sept. 16-17

Robertson Media Center open house Sept. 17

Johanna Drucker appointed to media studies chair
Newly digitized language lab makes learning a piece of kuchen

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Benefit concert for Living Wage Campaign

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Benefit concert for Living Wage Campaign to be held Sept. 24

Corey Harris
Corey Harris

A benefit concert for the Living Wage Campaign, featuring John McCutcheon, Corey Harris and the Sanctuary Choir of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will be held Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. in Old Cabell Hall. Tickets are $8 and are available at Plan 9, Spencer's and New Dominion Bookshop.

Proceeds will help support the Living Wage Campaign, an effort led by U.Va. employees -- both staff and faculty -- to encourage the University to raise the wage of its lowest paid employees to $8 per hour.

For information, call 295-6769, 977-1497 or 977-8252.


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