Feb. 17 - March 2, 2006
Vol. 36, Issue 3
Back Issues
Globalization 'Flat' world reshapes higher education
Harvey calls for courage, justice

$5 million pledged to cancer research

Safety, South Lawn spark BOV discussion
Faculty actions
Raising the bar
Turner tempers criticism with optimism in State of African-American Affairs address
Rasbury brings sound design to U.Va.
Johnston drives for excellence in constituent relations
U.Va. tests three new kiosks
Virginia Film Society kicks off spring season on Feb. 25

Jazz ensemble to perform with guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel

'Truth and Beauty' Examines American consumerism and culture
'Chagas/A Hidden Affliction' to air on PBS
Cupid's helpers


“Chagas/ A Hidden Affliction” to air on PBS

Shot partly in Virginia and Maryland, and including an interview with U.Va. cardiology fellow Dr. Rajan Patel, this documentary from Charlottesville filmmaker Ricardo Preve tells the story of Chagas disease,
a parasitic infection that affects nearly 20 million worldwide, and kills 50,000 people per year. Formerly found only in Latin America, it has now become a health concern in Europe and North America, where it still affects primarily the Latino migrant community, but has the potential to become more common. “Chagas” airs on Friday, Feb. 24 at 10 p.m. on PBS stations WHTJ, WVPT, WCVE and WCVW.


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