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Dec. 3-16, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 21
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Charting charter: Most Medical Center employees fare well under codified autonomy
With 45, U.Va. boasts most Rhodes Scholars among nation's public universities
Help reshape U.Va.'s sexual assault policy
Dr. Farhat Moazam, a restless spirit
Teenagers of same-sex parents
Program helps teachers master the classroom
Booth's 'how to make it as a woman'
New library a treasure for all
Designing a community dream together
Evaluating the past helps plan a better future

Davis replacing petroleum with carbohydrates

Art spurs talks on race relations
Holiday art auction Dec. 4
Let there be lights
Learn to juggle, learn to lead


Let there be lights

lawn lighting

The fourth annual Lighting of the Lawn will be held Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. In addition to illuminating the Lawn, the event will begin with various receptions hosted by Pavilion residents, school councils, Lawn and Range residents, the Charlottesville Alumni Club and the Class of 2005 Trustees. The lighting ceremony is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. and will include a welcome by Kat Shea, president of the Class of 2005, and a keynote address and holiday reading by Coach Al Groh. University choral groups will perform on the steps of the Rotunda throughout the evening, and children’s craft activities will be available. Fourth-year Lawn residents will host a reception following the event, which is sponsored by the University Programs Council and the fourth-year trustees. Books and toys will be collected at the entrances to be donated to Madison House’s Holiday Sharing program. The inclement weather date is Dec. 11.


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