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Special for Charlottesville The special exhibit "Hindsight/ Fore-sight: Art for the New Millennium," opened throughout Charlottesville Saturday June 17 to the general public.


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Camps add visible summer spunk

They come in droves, invading the dining halls with sweet-teethed mischief and sun-burnt faces. Exhausted from a day of four square or a grueling tennis practice, they are escorted by a more mature onlooker.


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Independent film depicts San Francisco rave scene

PLUR. Peace, Love, Unity, Respect. The United Nations' Motto? Not quite, it's the motto of party kids and ravers across America. "Groove," a new independent film produced, written and directed by Greg Harrison, seeks to capture the true pulse of the San Francisco rave scene.


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Coins for Culture Coins commemorating the 1,000th anniversary of Leif Ericson's discovery of the New World will benefit U.Va.


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'Carousel' begins rich drama season

U.Va.'s Culbreth Theatre will be far from empty this summer. Thanks to the Heritage Repertory Theatre, the Charlottesville community as well as University students will have the opportunity to see Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical, Carousel.


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Bringing out the Kid at Heart "Pop Goes the Page," an exhibit in Alderman Library's Special Collections department, is currently open and will run through August 18 in the library's McGregor Room.


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Cabell mural adds new artistic dimension

Students need not trek to Campbell Hall or the Bayly Museum to see works of art on campus. Old Cabell Hall is now graced with the work of Maine artist and former University visiting professor of art Lincoln Perry in a multiple panel mural entitled "The Student's Progress." The mural depicts a student experiencing different phases of college life, who falls into some bad places but ultimately succeeds and graduates.


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Rock of the ages The Genesis Society, started in September of 1998, has placed a stone plaque in a grassy spot next to Garrett Hall.