Oct. 29-Nov. 11, 2004
Back Issues
Fall Convocation
U.Va. well-prepared for flu season
Zelikow hailed for work well done
Computer safety issue brought to forefront
Taking the pulse of the people
U.Va.’s expertise on the presidency and politics keeps public informed
Bringing the Asian-American experience to light
Faculty forming Sustained Dialogue group
New ‘J-term’ offers exciting course options

Support undergraduate research, Faculty Senate urged

Deeper space coming into focus
The adventure ends for writer and English professor Douglas Day
A ghost, a goblin and a cavalier?
Six heads on display
For poet Rita Dove, ‘poetry is about life’


A ghost, a goblin and a Cavalier?

File photo/Jenny Gerow

On Halloween afternoon, a princess with her wand, a devil with his pitchfork and several Spidermen no doubt will be spotted somewhere on Grounds. The annual trick-or-treating on the Lawn will begin at 4 p.m., and community children will arrive to collect candy from students and faculty. The festivities will run until 6 p.m., and children from everywhere in the region are invited to attend. Call 977-7051 for more information.


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