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'


A Physical Evening

Spice up your Tuesday evening with the kids at the 11th Annual National Physics Day Show on April 19. In celebration of National Physics Day, this event is a special family oriented physics demonstration show for the general public. Because of large crowds in recent years, there will be two identical shows this year — at 6 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. in room 203 of the Physics building on McCormick Road. Parking is available in the parking garage on Emmett Street, or after 5 p.m. in the football stadium lots. Physics professors Steve Thornton and Robert Watkins and lecture demonstrator Mike Timmins will delight the crowd with exciting demonstrations, such as a laser light show, a high-powered magnetic can crusher and more. For more information on this free public event, call 924-3781.


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