April 7-13, 2000
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Swimmer sets records
Tree planting April 13

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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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

Tree planting April 13

A tree honoring Mrs. Marian Lee Stuart Cochran, a former member of the U.Va. Board of Visitors, will be planted in the garden of Pavilion IV on April 13 during Founder's Day activities. University President John T. Casteen III will preside at the planting of a tall stewartia at the 2 p.m. ceremony.

Appointed by then-Gov. Charles S. Robb, Cochran served on U.Va.'s board from 1982 until 1990. A 1946 graduate of Hollins College, she was awarded the Garden Club of Virginia's Massie Medal in 1980. She has also served as chair of Monticello's Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation.


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