Feb. 2-8, 2001
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Crime on Grounds on the down swing
Yahoo CEO to visit

State move could reduce faculty retirement benefit
Two chosen for Zintl Award
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Civil rights movement brought to life

Planners gather varried input on Virginia 2020 reports
Jet lag problems may be related to meals
Australian architect to receive Jefferson Medal
Series looks at impact of technology on media and equality
Theologian Miroslav Volf to speak on reconciliation Feb. 8
U.Va. researcher studies and promotes realistic exercise plan
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Timothy KoogleYahoo CEO to visit

Timothy A. Koogle, chair and CEO of Yahoo Inc., has been chosen by the U.Va. Class of 2001 to be the featured speaker at Valedictory Exercises May 19 during graduation weekend.

Koogle, one of the Internet's most successful entrepreneurs, graduated at the top of his engineering class at the University in 1973. He is responsible for transforming Yahoo, originally a small operation that featured a directory of Web sites, into a global Internet communications company that offers a comprehensive network of services. When he joined Yahoo in 1995, a year after it started, Koogle developed the model that every major Internet search engine has followed: make the site free to users and support it with advertising.


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