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THE U.VA. STUDENTS IN NEW ORLEANS for an interdisciplinary January Term class spent another day gutting flood-ravaged homes and answering questions about college life from high school students. Driving through the city, they saw firsthand the divide between Bourbon Street – cleaned up and preparing for Mardi Gras – and the larger areas of the city still without power and only beginning to sort through the debris. The students are often told their work is only a drop in the bucket, but as one is quick to point out, “the bucket down here needs a lot of drops.” Read their latest dispatches in the New Orleans Journals.

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U.Va. employees with children preparing to apply to college can learn about student financial aid and the college admissions process at a Student Financial Services workshop on Thursday from 6-8 p.m. in Gilmer Hall Room 130. All employees and their high school-age children are invited to attend the workshop. Topics will include admissions, community colleges, how to apply, award letters, making cost comparisons, and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), among other subjects. Questions are welcomed and light refreshments will be provided. The event is free and no reservations are required.

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On Saturday, the University of Virginia Art Museum returns from its holiday break with the opening of “The Social Lens,” an exhibit of photographs that touch on a range of social issues. These works are drawn from the collection of Ray Graham III and reflect his interest in documentary or social commentary photography – photography that provides a sense of place, social situation or events that can change the viewer’s perceptions and values. The 10 artists whose work is included capture the intricacies of life in such far-flung places as Native American reservations and the sidewalk in front of the White House. Full Story.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
Washington Post Correction — 01/12/2006
Associated Press Correction — 12/02/2005
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ALSO IN THE NEWS:
U.Va. Becomes Academic Sponsor for Semester at Sea
Ivy Foundation Gives $45 Million to Support Medical Research at U.Va.
U.Va. President John T. Casteen III Announces the Appointment of James L. Hilton as New Head of IT
 
Web Calendar   Flowerdew Hundred: Unearthing Virginia's History
Exhibit • All day, Harrison Institute and Small Special Collections Library• Sponsored by the University Library • Information: 924-6040
 
     
 

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