June 21-July 12, 2002
Back Issues

Payroll ‘go-live’ moved to Sept. 26
Postal rates increasing

U.Va. offers to share traffic costs
Job talk -- myths and realities
To the point -- with David Evans
Students create Rotunda mosaic

U.Va., World Wildlife Fund sign agreement

In Memoriam
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Dante Germino dies in train accident
Season tickets available
Employees: How to get back to school
After Hours -- Gayle Noble
Study discovers effects of exercise in women on HRT

Postal rates increasing

Effective June 30, U.S. Postal Service rates are going up for several classes of mail.

The regular first-class mail rate will increase from 34 to 37 cents, and the postcard rate goes from 21 to 23 cents.

For priority mail, the one-pound flat rate is decreasing by 10 cents to $3.85. The rates for packages weighing one to five pounds will rise by an average of 13.5 percent.

For express mail, the one-pound flat rate jumps from $12.45 to $13.65. The rates for all other weights increase by an average of 9.4 percent.

For information on the rate increases, visit the USPS Web site at http://www.usps.com or call Jack Parker of University Mail Services at 924-6124.


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