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Two From U.Va. Community Win Prestigious Rhodes Scholarships
 

Meghan E. Sullivan, Justin MutterFOR THE SEVENTH time in its history, the University of Virginia has two representatives who have been named as Rhodes Scholars in the same year. Meghan E. Sullivan (left), a fourth-year student and head of the Honor Committee, and Justin Mutter (below left), a member of the Class of 2003, are among 32 recipients of one of the nation’s most distinguished academic honors. With 45, U.Va. has more Rhodes Scholars than any other public university. Rhodes Scholarships provide two or three years of study at Oxford, with a monetary value worth approximately $35,000 a year. Sullivan and Mutter were selected from among 904 applicants nationwide and will enter the University of Oxford in England in October 2005. Full story.

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Preliminary Meeting of Faculty Sustained Dialogue Group Set for Nov. 29

Race relations at the University have improved dramatically over the years, but there remains work to be done. Faculty members interested in working to further alleviate racial tension, racism, self-segregation and ignorance are invited to attend an information session that will outline the formation of such a group. Full story.

U.Va. News Services

 
 
U.Va. Releases Statements Regarding Sexual Assault Policy

The University’s position in determining allegations of sexual assault has sparked many discussions and debates over the past several weeks, both on Grounds and in the print media. Sexual assault affects not only the victims, but the lives of everyone in the community. U.Va. President John T. Casteen III has issued a statement urging members of the U.Va. community to work together in developing an effective sexual assault response. Another statement from U.Va.’s Vice President for Student Affairs outlines sexual assault policies and practices. Full story.

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SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT:
Letter to the editor of The Virginian-Pilot
Correction/Daily Progress — Nov. 10, 2004
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ALSO IN THE NEWS TODAY:
Actor Sean Patrick Thomas in Campaign to Promote Access UVa
BOV, Casteen Give Full Commitment to Diversity Report

 
Web Calendar   The Governor’s Summit on Healthy Virginians
Mon.-Tues., all day, Newcomb Hall • Health care leaders, policy makers and local and state elected officials from across the Commonwealth will attend • Info.: 924-1657.
     
 

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Men’s Soccer:
Cavs Record 2-1 Victory Over American in Second Round of 2004 NCAA Division I Championship


Women’s Basketball:
Cavaliers Beat Delaware State, 74-47

Volleyball:
Virginia Inks Pair of Recruits

Field Hockey:
Mia Link Earns All-American Honors

Football:
Heath Miller Named Mackey Award Finalist

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