Feb. 25-March 2, 2000
Council created to further gender equity at U.Va.
Exhibit envisions America's capital for the 21st century
U.Va. cleared in honor lawsuit

Curry School to continue study of local families and children as part of large-scale national effort

Leffler announces interdisciplinary programs in media, Jewish studies
Hostler blazes trails in medicine and at U.Va.
After Hours - Continuing Education producer fulfills Hollywood dreams
Hot Links - Community of Science
Your computer: leaping over Feb. 29?
Diversity in higher education: Why it matters
Speakers: faculty input essential to diversity efforts
Rent-a-rower for seasonal chores

Rent-a-rower for seasonal chores

If you're not looking forward to doing those seasonal chores - raking leaves, cleaning gutters, splitting wood, etc. - the U.Va. menšs crew team is offering the muscles of more than 60 rowers as a fund-raising event. They'll come to your house March 11 for $100 per rower, if you can provide the tools. Fifty percent of your donation is tax-deductible. Call Brian Carlisle at 982-5681, and if you get voice mail, leave a message and youšll get a call back. The Virginia Rowing Association is a chartered, independent club that depends on its own fund-raising efforts to purchase equipment and support its travel budget. For information on the men's crew team, visit web site http://www.virginiarowing.org/


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