May 25-June 7, 2001
Back Issues

Professor to receive Templeton award
Dial area code 434
Summer schedule

Paul E. Norris Jr. to head U.Va. police
More nurses coming, hospital will reopen beds
Nursing receives $1 million for McLeod expansion

Search committees for key posts named

Probing the mental wounds of ethnic conflict
Graduation festivities
Hot Links -- graduation special edition
Second Hot Links -- hospital centennial
Shenandoah Shakespeare Express coming to Charlottesville June 28
U.Va.'s 'Chicken Run'
In Memoriam
Memorial efforts for Meloy

Dial area code 434

Beginning June 1, the Charlottesville/Albemarle area, in addition to 17 neighboring counties, will begin using a new area code — 434. There will be a six-month grace period for the changeover until mid-January 2002.

Offices and departments will need to change phone numbers on all printed materials, such as stationery, letterhead, envelopes, business cards, checks and banking forms. In addition, e-mail signatures, fax machines, Web sites and voice-mail recordings with area codes should also be changed. This would be a good time to consider using the new U.Va. logo on reprinted materials.

For information, see


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