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Walker, Wilkinson Awarded Thomas Jefferson Medals

Peter Walker and J. Harvie WilkinsonThomas JeffersonU.VA.’S HIGHEST OUTSIDE honors, the Thomas Jefferson Medals in Architecture and Law, this year will be awarded to Peter Walker (far left) and the Hon. J. Harvie Wilkinson III, respectively. Walker is a landscape architect who was recently named the winner of the World Trade Center memorial design competition. Wilkinson is chief judge of the Richmond-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Full story.

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Applicants Sought for 2004 Faculty and Staff Undergrad Scholarship

Applications are now being taken for the Faculty and Staff Undergraduate Scholarship for the 2004-05 academic year. Sons and daughters of full-time U.Va. faculty and staff who have worked at the University for at least one year can apply. Applicants should be new or transfer students, or currently enrolled students. The award amount will be $2,900. The deadline for submitting applications is March 31. Full story.

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‘The Cremaster Cycle’ is Coming to U.Va.
Matthew Barney in Cremaster 3, a Palm Pictures release.

‘The Cremaster Cycle,’ a five-part film project accompanied by related sculptures, photographs and drawings, will be presented at U.Va. Jan. 22-25. Directed by American artist Matthew Barney, the films take their name from the cremaster, a male muscle that controls testicular contractions. The films revolve around anatomical conditions to describe the evolution of form in a metaphorical manner. Full story.

Virginia Film Festival

 
 
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Darden School to Host First-of-its-Kind Ethics Initiative for Business Schools and CEOs
Three Virginia Universities Look to Redefine Their Relationships With the Commonwealth
State Legislators in Favor of Slow Growth for U.Va.
 
Web Calendar   House Democrats Under Republican Rule
Fri., 11 a.m., Miller Center of Public Affairs, 2201 Old Ivy Road • Speaker: Rep. David Price (D-NC) • 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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Women’s Lacrosse:
Virginia Ranked Second in Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Poll

Football:
$ 50,000 From Bowl Proceeds To Support Music Festival


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

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