Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2001
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Following the trails of cells: NIH awards $38 million for research
Medical Center submits corrective action plan
Neonatologist named 2001 Distinguished Alumna

Terrorist attacks generate employee stress

Resolved to unity
Credit Union branch temporarily moving
Tracking down Lewis and Clark artifacts
Jefferson lectures look toward bicentennial
U.Va. one of top 10 most wired
Hot Links -- Alumni Association crisis site
Delegates get capital tour on building needs
Museum shows folks folk art
Volunteers roll up their sleeves and open their hearts to help others

Resolved to unity

Student Council approved the following resolution Sept. 18:

• Whereas, the events of Sept. 11, 2001 are a truly international tragedy that has affected all individuals in the University community and world-wide in profound ways;

• Whereas, the actions of terrorists do not represent theć opinions of entire ethnic and religious groups to which such individuals may belong;

• Whereas, lack of knowledge spawns unfounded prejudices;

• Whereas, the University of Virginia is a community based on the ideals of honor and trust, not fear and suspicion;

• Therefore be it resolved, that we, as the Student Council of the University of Virginia, pledge ourselves to fostering unity, maintaining a safe community, and opposing ignorance at U.Va., in the United States, and world-wide; and be it further

• Resolved, that we call for all members of the University community to unite in acceptance and support of each other as we face the causes and effects of this tragedy together.”


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