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A word about movie length: Every moviegoer has experienced the extraordinary deceleration of time that occurs when one is compelled to sit through an indescribably bad film, shifting one's weight as the minutes crawl laboriously along. Likewise, every moviegoer knows the uncanny cessation of time that occurs when a film is so completely absorbing that the viewer can scarcely believe, upon leaving the theater, that day has turned into night in the interval.
Virtuoso behind-the-scenes man Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, who has written and produced hits for stars including Madonna, Whitney Houston and Boyz II Men, was himself propelled into stardom's stratosphere in 1994 with the chart-topping ballad "When Can I See You Again." Although other successes followed, including 1996's "Every Time I Close My Eyes" with Mariah Carey, Babyface's recent work has veered dangerously into the territory of watered-down, adult contemporary R&B, and the degree of mainstream recognition his work enjoyed in the mid-1990s has largely eluded him since then.
The ongoing reshaping and redefining of one's social identity is a process that reaches a fever pitch during the pivotal years of college. During this time, students finally break free from parental bonds, and become fully immersed in a world of conflicting ideas and value systems.
In coming years, Mr. Jefferson's University may become as well known for its massive collection of East Asian Buddhist art and texts as for its neoclassical architecture.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20-Following one of the most bitterly contested presidential elections in the nation's history, George W. Bush finally took the oath of office Saturday, pledging to restore national unity in a climate of political division.
Sen. Emily Couric (D-Charlottesville) used her speech at a Make a Difference Day Dinner in Charlottesville last night to praise those who have made a positive difference in her life as she battles advanced pancreatic cancer.
Responding to demands by lawmakers and the public for greater accountability in higher education, the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) unanimously approved last week the adoption of 14 performance measures for the 15 four-year public colleges and universities in Virginia.
Chanting "No justice, no peace" and "Hey, hey, U.Va., contract workers need more pay" as passing drivers honked their horns and waved, about 40 supporters of the University's Labor Action Group gathered in front of Madison Hall Friday to celebrate the University's new pay scale and to call for further action.
A University of Michigan student died Monday after attempting to drink 21 shots on his 21st birthday - one of the many binge drinking traditions that are becoming all too common on campuses across the country.
As the nation awaits the outcome of one of the most contentious presidential elections in U.S. history, University professors are adding their perspectives to the muddled political landscape.
Students seeking treatment at Student Health often are faced with the aggravating task of filing their own insurance claims if their provider isn't QualChoice.
In contrast to conventional American views that the Middle East peace process is beneficial to both Israelis and Palestinians, independent Palestinian activist Said Erikat argued in a speech last night in Monroe Hall that peace negotiations have consistently proved detrimental to Palestinians.
In the face of escalating violence in the Middle East, Muslim and Jewish students at the University are expressing concern about the crumbling peace process and the degree of concessions they would be willing to make to achieve peace.
In a confrontational debate last night in Clark Hall, Del. Paul Harris (R-Albemarle), and John Boyd, president of the National Black Farmers Association and Democratic congressional candidate, tried to convince the audience that voting for their respective parties in the upcoming election would confer the most benefits on the black community.
Concerned that its original name did not adequately underscore the diversity of the organization, the Fraternity-Sorority Council unanimously voted to change its name to the Multicultural Greek Council at a meeting Tuesday night.
More than 500,000 Iraqi children under the age of 5 have died since the imposition of the U.N. sanctions against Iraq, according to priest and retired ethics professor G. Simon Harak.
Although Iraq is half a world away from Charlottesville, many University students are as impassioned about the events transpiring in the Middle East as if battles were being waged in their own backyards.
When Catalina Ocampo came to the University from Colombia three years ago, she didn't feel compelled to become an active member of the Latino student community.
Concerns about legality and morality took center stage Friday night, as Fiona Givins, vice president of the Virginia Society for Human Life, and Stephanie Mueller, communications director of the National Abortion Federation, wrangled over the emotionally charged issue of abortion.
"We are here tonight to move forward and ask, 'What can I do to improve race relations at the University?'"