Jan. 12-18, 2001
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Technology project proposals due Jan. 31
Weather watch

Cavaliers hope to build on Welsh's legacy; welcome Groh
Since U Asked ...
Budget constraints may dominate General Assembly

In Memoriam

Hot Links - Cabell Hall mural
Medical series looks at the human side of medicine
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Weather watch

To address increased demand, the University has expanded the capacity of the incoming lines, 924-SNOW or 243-SNOW, but employees and students are also encouraged to look for University announcements on radio and television if inclement weather is predicted for the Charlottesville area. In addition, information will be updated on the Top News Web site at http://www. virginia.edu/topnews/

Safety is a key consideration in deciding what time employees report to work, according to Leonard W. Sandridge, executive vice president and chief operations officer. He and other staff carefully assess weather and road conditions to determine whether employees will encounter extremely difficult transportation problems. Essential employees, such as Medical Center personnel and some staff in police, dining, housing, computing and facilities management operations, help much of the institution function regardless of the weather and are expected to report to work.


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