Jan. 17-30, 2003
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Retirement incentives for eligible faculty
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Study: Local governments may face tougher times

Music Ph.D. program receives loud applause
Changing water ways
McKenzie helping employees deal with life’s bumps
State climatologist predicts stormy winter
Russian musicians to play
Civil rights activist to speak on Martin Luther King’s legacy Jan. 27
What’s at stake for U.Va.?

Russian musicians to play

Young Russian musicians Vadim Repin on violin and Boris Berezovsky on piano burst on the international classical stage as teenagers several years ago and will share the spotlight Jan. 28 in the Tuesday Evening Concert Series at 8:15 p.m. in the University’s Cabell Hall Auditorium.

Seating is available: interested ticket buyers should call the Cabell Hall Box Office at 924-3984 to get on the waiting list for seats released by subscribers. Prices are $22-orchestra; $18-loge and balcony; and $9-students, partial-view seats, and standing-room only. Student one-hour rush seats are $5. For information, contact Karen Pellón at 244-9505 or at kpellon@tecs.org.


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