April 7-13, 2000
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Faculty Senate to continue research grants to students
Reporters debate the line between politicians' public, private lives
U.Va. gets second Truman Scholar

Graduate schools ranked

Digital text may reveal the real "Piers Plowman"
Jamison: greater public awareness of suicide needed
In Memoriam
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University of Virginia Library News
Letters to the Editor
Union leader speaks at U.Va.
Papers of early black educator discovered
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Nature writer Rick Bass coming to U.Va. April 20-21
U.Va. to be open for Historic Garden Week April 25
Alderman Cybercafe Opening Celebration
Guest speakers on Grounds
TOP NEWS

Ten wireless laptop computers are available to be checked out for up to three hours for use in Alderman Library. Users have access to the World Wide Web, e-mail and Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point software, as well as VIRGO, the libraryıs online catalog. Patrons can surf the Web while enjoying a cup of coffee. A joint project with ITC, the library will soon offer laptops in Clemons, too.


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