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Arts & Sciences gets $20 million gift
Ernie Ern to bow out with the year 2000
After Hours - Off U.Va.'s clock, surgeon operates as sculptor

Not just small talk about the weather

Religious Studies has multiplied like loaves and fishes at U.Va.
Fogarty part of Vatican's study of pope's role in WWII
Ochs urges Jews to take a fresh look at Christianity
In Memoriam
President's Report now available
Hot Links - "Censored: Wielding the Red Pen"
Clarification
President John T. Casteen III's Holiday Open House
Notable - awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Lemons' legacy: Wise leader with a personal touch
West's quest: cultural continuance of Native American peoples
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http://www.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/censored/

If you still haven't made it over to the "Censored: Wielding the Red Pen" exhibit at Alderman Library -- or even if you have -- this Web site is an excellent companion. It includes sometimes chilling examples of censorship from the library's own rare collections, including rewritten scripts, banned books and even a 1924 letter from the Virginia state registrar chastising a Lynchburg woman for attempting to pass her child off as white.


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