Oct. 5-11, 2001
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Ayers will speak at U.Va. Fall Convocation
Honors to be awarded

Dietrich unmasked -- Virginia Film Festival features Marlene Dietrich
Rate hikes drive U.Va. to seek new disability vendor
ROTC puts its best foot forward
"Masquerades" to be uncovered at 14th annual Virginia Film Festival

Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff

Hot Links -- Financial aid site
Commemorative wall to stay through October
Play explores family misunderstandings
Biologist studies climate threat to some native prairie plants

Honors to be awarded

During the 2 p.m. Lawn ceremony (rain site is University Hall) on Oct. 26, which officially opens Family Weekend, students who have earned grade-point averages of 3.4 or higher during their first two years at U.Va., will be awarded Intermediate Honors.

The Thomas Jefferson Award, given annually to a member of the University community who exemplifies in character and achievements the ideals of U.Va.’s founder, also will be presented.

Family Weekend at U.Va. includes the University Forum, with remarks by President John T. Casteen III, followed by a question and answer session. The forum will take place Oct. 27 in Old Cabell Hall from 9:30 to 11 a.m.


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