Dec. 14, 2001-Jan. 10, 2002
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Casteen assesses state budget
Executives talk about the heart of leadership
Nurses convene congress to strengthen their voice

African-American Affairs office has charted successful, 25-year course

Building community: Peer advisors offer support
Take our Advice ... Tips for office security over the holidays
No quick fix for Virginia
Tuition assistance and reimbursement requests due soon
New Faces -- Top posts to be filled at U.Va.-Wise
Jan. 4 forum: Ask your local legislators
IATH proposals due Jan. 30
Gone but not forgotten
Happy holidays from ’Hooville
memorial bench
Photo by Jenny Gerow

Gone but not forgotten

Graduate student Alison Meloy was remembered Nov. 30 by about 60 friends, fellow students and family members at a ceremony dedicating a bench in her memory outside New Cabell Hall, overlooking Jefferson Park Avenue. Meloy, 28, who was slain last April, was remembered for her love of politics and her kindness to friends and strangers. Kathleen Grammatico and Lori Fritz, graduate students and friends of Meloy, organized the ceremony.


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