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Oct. 13, 2003
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Legislators Warn of Continued Budget Deficit

EVERYONE IS A WINNER when it comes to investing in higher education, said state Sen. R. Creigh Deeds (D-25th District) who, along with six delegates, attended a forum at U.Va. Wednesday night. The legislators addressed a crowd of students on the importance of higher education in Virginia and how the state can get the best education with what little money may be available. Full story.

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Health System’s Capital Priorities Come to Fore

Over the past year, the U.Va. Health System has grown more efficient and fiscally strong. With this success, the fiscal year 2004 budget will address numerous capital needs, including facilities renovation, equipment and clinical programs. Projects such as the hospital expansion and the new medical office building at Fontaine are included in the projected $126.5 million building budget. Full story.



Bob Scott knew early on that he was meant to be a teacher. His intuitive ability to gauge a student’s grasp of the issues and bring them along with a Socratic approach has made him a favorite among U.Va. law students. “The important part about law teaching is to remember that your students are learning a skill by observation as much as by participation,” he says. Full story.

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ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY: U.Va. Health Plan Will Now Offer Employees Two Payment OptionsBOV Approves Funds for Compensation, ResearchBoard of Visitors Brings Discussion of Student Housing to the TableNew York Couple Funds Architecture School Expansion
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11 a.m., Miller Center of Public Affairs Speaker: Gaddis Smith, author who formerly served as the Larned Professor of History emeritus at Yale University Free and open to the public.

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Women’s Golf:
Graham Elected Team Captain

Men’s Tennis:
Stewart Advances at ITA All-American Championships

Men’s Lacrosse:
2004 Captains Named

Women’s Tennis:
DuBois Named Assistant Coach

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