April 11-24, 2003
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Gifts benefit arena, South Lawn projects
Diversity theme threads through board’s talks
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Nurse ready for deployment

Rainey 37th rector
Farrell first vice rector
Members of the Board
Faculty Actions
Board has roots in Jefferson’s vision
Faculty Senate seeks seat on board
Graduate programs hold steady
Mellon grant helps library’s preservation plan
Bill T. Jones leaps to Culbreth stage
Reiss brings Simpsons mania to U.Va.
Pavilion III Garden gets facelift

Bill T. Jones Bill T. Jones leaps to Culbreth stage

Dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones expresses a range of issues — religion, death, stereotypes, gender, the body and the African aesthetic — through movement. He comes to U.Va. April 25 to give a lecture, as well as a demonstration, from 6-8 p.m. in Culbreth Theatre.

In recognition of his innovative contributions to performing arts, Jones has received numerous awards, including a 1994 MacArthur Fellowship.

Jones’ visit is part of “Dance Today: Steps and Commentary,” a series sponsored by several U.Va. departments and groups, including the Campaign for Dance, the Drama Department and the Forum for Contemporary Thought. Tickets are $6 for students and $12 for the public.

For information, contact Sage Blaska, 982-4329 or 4dance@virginia.edu.


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