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Sept. 9 - 22, 2005
Vol. 35, Issue 15
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U.Va. opens its doors

School safety
Aronson aids victims of school siege
The university responds to reports of racial harrassment
Solving large-scale environmental problems
Historic McGregor Room restored
Constitution Day observances
Rolling Stones concert to require parking adjustments
Artist's return spotlights theater talents and social advocacy efforts
AccessUVa helps give Rodney Mills, 26, a bright new future

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Stand Together

In the wake of several acts of racisim and bias, the University community rallies against intolerance. Full story

Following the recent incidents, this message (center) was painted on Beta Bridge. Students (top) also marched from the School of Architecture to the Lawn on Sept. 2 to show their solidarity. And members of U.Va.’s community have attached ribbons and notes to columns on the Lawn (bottom) expressing their views against intolerance.


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Kathleen Valenzi

Senior Writer/Editor

Dan Heuchert

Assistant News Editor
Rebecca Arrington

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Anne Matthews

Staff Photographer
Dan Addison

Senior Writer/Editor
Anne Bromley

Assistant Vice President for University Relations
Carol Wood

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