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University of Virginia Receives 16,280 Applications; Extends Offers to 4,876 Students for Class of 2010

AFTER THE REVIEW OF 16,280 applications for admission — the largest applicant pool in seven years — the University of Virginia mailed out 4,876 offers to Class of 2010 hopefuls on March 31. This number is in addition to the 953 students who were admitted in December as part of U.Va.’s early-decision program. And instead of waiting for snail mail, more than 85 percent of the successful applicants were able to learn of the University’s decision through a secure Web site because they had applied to U.Va. electronically. Full story.

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T.J. Clark Continues Spring Page-Barbour Lectures at U.Va. Today and Thursday

The University of Virginia continues its Spring 2006 Page-Barbour lecture series titled “The Exchange of Women,” today with T.J. Clark, professor of art history at the University of California Berkeley speaking on Poussin’s “Sacrament of Marriage.” He also will speak tomorrow on Veronese’s “Allegories of Love.” Clark was educated at Cambridge University and the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. He has taught in England and the United States and since 1988 at Berkeley, where he is currently the George C. and Helen N. Pardee Chair in Modern Art. Both talks will be held at 5:30 p.m. in Campbell Hall Room 153. Full story.

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Black Maria Film and Video Festival Set to Begin Today

The Black Maria Film and Video Festival returns to Charlottesville for its 12th annual visit to the Virginia Film Society tonight at 7 p.m. at Vinegar Hill Theatre with Festival director John Columbus. “I Am (Not) van Gogh” (above) is one of 11 films to be featured during the festival, which also includes three films from Virginia filmmakers — “Reveries from Cistae Memoria” by Phil Hastings from Charlottesville; “Nalini by Day, Nancy by Night” by Sonali Gulati from Richmond; and “True Story” by Stephanie Juanita Via from Roanoke. All Virginia Film Society events are co-sponsored by the Virginia Film Festival and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, with the support of the Omni Hotel Charlottesville. 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. Leads Public Universities with Highest African-American Graduation Rate for 12th Straight Year
University of Virginia’s Virginia Quarterly Review Nominated for Six National Magazine Awards
 
Web Calendar   Ancestor Spirits in Aboriginal Art and Proof Photographs from the Movement
On exhibit through April 29 • Tues.-Sat., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection, 400 Worrell Dr. • Information: 244-0234.
     
 

Virginia Engineering Spotlights Space Traveler and U.Va. Alumnus Greg Olsen.
Publication keeps alumni connected.

A Space Traveler With His Feet on the Ground

A Conversation With Dean James H. Aylor

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Men’s Golf:
Cavaliers Tee It Up at Marriott Intercollegiate

Baseball:
Virginia Enters Third Week in Top 25

Men’s Lacrosse:
Starsia Named U.S. Coach of the Week

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