March 9-22, 2001
(no issue March 16 due to Spring Break)
Matthews family gives $500,000
General Faculty Council holding elections online
Library honors Madison's contributions to U.Va.
WFPA seeking nominations

Students vote down three of four proposed Honor System reforms

Nondiscrimination policy
Undergraduate engineers launch real-world NASA project
In Memoriam
U.Va. tapped to study acute lung injury
Hot Links -- Jackson Davis Collection
Communications projects recognized
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Not just an 'everyday' experience -- photo
Special trio closes concert series
After Hours -- Zephyrus
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Special trio closes concert series

The Tuesday Evening Concert Series presents a special recital titled "Trios and More: An Evening of Chamber Music in Memory of David Golub" on March 20 at 8:15 p.m. in Old Cabell Hall Auditorium, with works by Beethoven, Ravel and Schubert, performed by violinist Mark Kaplan, cellist Collin Carr and pianist Pascal Devoyon.

The famed Golub-Kaplan-Carr Trio, a favorite of Series audiences for many years, was scheduled to close the 2000-01 season, before Golub's untimely death last fall. Kaplan, Carr and Devoyon are acclaimed worldwide soloists and chamber musicians.

Interested ticket buyers should call the Cabell Hall box office at 924-3984 to get on the waiting list for seats released by subscribers. Prices are $22-orchestra; $18-loge and balcony; and $9-students, partial-view seats and standing-room only. Student one-hour rush seats are $5.


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