Dec.8, 2000-
Jan. 11, 2001
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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
TOP NEWS

Mattie Mae Lightfoot DeBerry, 86, died Nov. 28. She had been a University employee. Memorial contributions may be made to the Ebenezer Baptist Church Building Fund or to the Hospice of the Piedmont.

Joseph E. Brochu, 73, of Esmont died Dec. 1. He was retired from Facilities Management. Memorial contributions may be made to the Scottsville Rescue Squad, Scottsville Volunteer Fire Department, the Miller School of Albemarle or the American Cancer Society.

Oscar G. Hawks, 69, of Earlysville died Dec. 2. He worked in Materiel Management (now Procurement Services) at the University. Memorial contributions may be made to the SPCA on Woodburn Road or to the Hospice of the Piedmont, 1490 Pantops Mountain Place, Suite 200, Charlottesville, VA 22911.

• Memorial contributions for anthropology professor James F. Deetz (obituary, Dec. 1), may be made to the James F. Deetz Fund, Plimoth Plantation, P.O. Box 1620, Plymouth, MA 02362.


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