June 3 - 16, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 10
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Finals: year's greatest on-Grounds production
Tight $1.88 billion budget wins Finance Committee backing
Grisham takes on task of replacing the University's 10-year-old Integrated Student Information System
Warner names three Health System leaders to task force
Digest
11 employees win Outstanding Contribution Awards
Employees celebrating 5, 10, 15 ... years of service
Popular teens can cave to peer pressure
Series brings 'GardenStory' to life

'Seeing the other' exhibit now on dislay

Information Technology Conference set for June 22
Relay for life to feature marathon production
Student's cross-country bus trip to test viability of alternative fuel

 

Relay for life to feature marathon production

Kate Burke
Jane Ford
Kate Burke uses a wheelchair as a prop to rehearse for the June 4-5 performance of “Time to Tell Our Stories!” — stories by or about cancer survivors or their loved ones. The performance starts at 8 a.m. Saturday and ends at 8 a.m. Sunday.

This year’s Charlottesville/Albemarle Relay for Life, an annual American Cancer Society fundraiser, will have added drama. The relay, to be held at Monticello High School on June 4-5, will feature a marathon performance by the troupe, Actors Fighting Cancer Celebrate Life, who will share stories of how cancer has touched the lives of survivors or their loved ones. “Time to Tell Our Stories!,” organized by 21-year cancer survivor Kate Burke, a U.Va. associate professor of drama, is a compilation of stories she solicited from the community.




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