May 19-25, 2000
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Sullivan Award winners show deep commitment to caring
Here's the youngest 'Hoo
Wagner exemplifies value of mentoring

Rector unearths love for human evolution

Dyslexia forced graduate to create own path for success
Boiler passes a special test
Already a pioneering online journalist, graduate plans to take on TV reporting
Student's mentoring program takes root
Medical student with passion for public health earns second master's degree
Groundskeeper has watched U.Va. and its landscape grow
Help wanted: not just for high-tech fields, but for teaching jobs, too
BUCKS' vision to give back to community will continue
Watson discovers teaching and takes history to the Web
Seeing double
Heard's degree painted with broad strokes
May graduate's dream shows how education transforms lives
TOP NEWS

Seeing double

Those watching Final Exercises 2000 can rest assured -- you're not seeing double. There really are 11 sets of twins graduating from U.Va. May 21, 18 of them Virginia residents. In alphabetical order, they are:

  • Edward and Juanita Bagnell

  • Annelies and Petra Brock

  • Francis and Michael Classe

  • Christopher and Erik Dorin

  • Corinne and Melissa Epperly

  • Sang-Bum and Sang-Phil Han

  • Randall and Ryan Kelley

  • Kathryn and Mary Ellen Payne

  • Catherine and Peter Pettit

  • Heather and Natalie Pham

  • Shelby and Stacie Trollinger


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