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Jan. 14, 2004
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IN AN EFFORT TO establish a new relationship with the state after suffering ongoing budget cuts, the presidents of William & Mary, Virginia Tech and U.Va. will present a proposal to the 2004 General Assembly for legislation that would lead to substantial savings for both the state and the institutions involved. Full story.

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Armed With a Paint Brush, Crozier Captures Change on Canvas

On any given day, U.Va. art professor Richard Crozier can be found most anywhere, as he captures on canvas a scene that, in the not-so-distant future, will serve only as a memory of what once was. Full story.

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Martin Luther King Celebration to Highlight Dick Gregory

Dick GregoryComedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory will take the stage Jan. 20 as the U.Va. community celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Gregory’s talk, “A Conversation with Dick Gregory: History, Humanity and Humor,” will be held in Old Cabell Hall. Full story.

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ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY:
State Legislators in Favor of Slow Growth for U.Va.
$50,000 From Bowl Proceeds to Support Music Festival
U.Va.’s Curry School of Education Receives $5 Million Grant to Improve School Readiness
 
Web Calendar   Is There a Pink Slip in Your Genes? Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace
12:30 p.m., Jordan Conference Center Auditorium • Speaker: Paul Steven Miller, J.D., U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission • Sponsored by the Medical Center Hour • Free and open to the public.
 
     
 

Miller Center Report
Probes the Possibility of the Emergence of a New Iraq.
Quarterly journal covers Miller Center programs and events.

Looking Forward: Can the United States Shape a New Iraq?

Hidden Power: Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Political Power

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Wrestling:
Virginia's Scott Moore Selected to Compete In 38th Annual NWCA All-Star Classic

Women’s Basketball:
Virginia Gets First ACC Win, 60-59, Over Georgia Tech

Wrestling:
Virginia’s Scott Moore Named ACC Wrestler of the Week Again

Swimming & Diving:
Virginia's Kerpelman Named ACC Men's Swimmer of the Week


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