April 15 - May 5, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 7
Back Issues
Rankings - Graduate schools fare well
BOV plan seeks $1 billion in building over next six years
Board sets Tuition and fees for 2005-2006
Faculty actions
Improving faculty recruitment searches
Officials warn: Stay away from computer porn
The view from the Grounds: Students talk diversity
U21 Conference
Sustaining dialogue on diversity
Harper to speak at U.Va. April 27
Band, graduate research benefit from bowl proceeds
U.Va. celebrates Garden Week April 19
A physical evening
Whodunnit — Who knows?
U.Va. continues push to welcome diverse class throug 'AccessUVa'


U.Va. celebrates Garden Week April 19

Dan Addison
Beginning April 16, visitors — such as the student seen here studying in Pavilion IX — will have the opportunity to tour U.Va.’s gardens and several buildings as part of Historic Garden Week, April 16-24, an annual statewide event. For a complete schedule, see www.vagardenweek.org/schedule.htm.

Visitors can step into some of Virginia’s most beautiful gardens during the Garden Club of Virginia’s Historic Garden Week April 16-24. Three dozen tours present some of the country’s finest properties at the peak of Virginia’s springtime color. At U.Va., visitors can tour the pavilion homes of politics professor Larry Sabato and Nursing Dean Jeannette Lancaster, and President John T. Casteen III’s home, Carr’s Hill, on April 19. Garden week books and information may be obtained at the Charlottesville/Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau in the Monticello Visitors Center building or at the Charlottesville/Albemarle Downtown Visitors Center across from the Water Street Parking Garage.


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