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Liberal Arts and the World of Work

As a debate over the vocational value of a liberal arts education focuses on the employment opportunities it can provide, more students are eager to start chiseling away to specialize their studies toward a potential career as quickly as possible.

The Rhodes Journey

As difficult as it may be to win a Rhodes scholarship ­– only 32 Rhodes Scholars are chosen nationwide each year – a remarkable number of U.Va. graduates have accomplished the feat.

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Fralin Museum of Art Celebrates Latest Gift of Warhol Works

Jan 26, 2015

“Art is what you can get away with,” the late American pop artist Andy Warhol once said. But it also may be what you can give away.

Economists Find Rare Empirical Evidence of Love in Unique Marriage Survey

Jan 20, 2015

Economists are not famed for their romantic insights, but professors Leora Friedberg and Steven Stern have discovered quantitative evidence of love in married couples’ answers to questions about the quality of their marriage.

Sloan Digital Sky Survey Opens New View of the Cosmos

Jan 08, 2015

Astronomy Professor Steve Majewski is the principal investigator of "APOGEE," one of the four surveys that constitute the massive database.

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Search for New Physics in Multijet Final States with the CMS Experiment

High Energy Physics Seminar. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 3:30 PM, Physics Building, Room 204

Novelist Meg Wolitzer Reading

Dept. of English. Thursday, Jan. 29, 5 PM. Newcomb Hall Theater.

Apply to be an Orientation Leader

Application Deadline is 4:00 PM, February 2nd.

2nd Year Week

University Career Services. January 26-30.