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Hog Heaven: go to trough

All hogs go to heaven in the Belmont community of Charlottesville. And after they do, humans get to experience a little bit of it at Hog Heaven, a barbecue and grub restaurant near Charlottesville, but off the beaten path. Unlike restaurants like Chili's or Ruby Tuesday's, Hog Heaven offers barbecue connoisseurs the real deal. "You go to Aberdeen Barn for prime rib, you come to Hog Heaven for sauced ribs," Cook and Barbecue Technician Mark Cermele said.


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Searching for gold All students are on a quest. Some search for meaning in their lives while others search for edible food in their refrigerators.


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SARA class teaches women defensive tactics

With each new highly publicized sexual assault, fear sets into the community and most ask themselves, "What can I do to prevent this from happening to me or my friends?" But according to sources such as the Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA), this is not necessarily the best approach to take.


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Recycling the Greek image

Fraternities may gain notoriety around the country because of their parties, alcohol and scandals, but a successful Greek recycling program now entering its second year is helping to change this stereotype at the University. University Greeks who drink canned soft drinks and beer can make their famed exuberance pay off for both the environment and the Charlottesville community. "By recycling, fraternities are showing some responsibility to do everything we can to lessen the impact of dwindling resources," said Denny Clark, University superintendent of facilities management. The Greek recycling program allows fraternity and sorority houses to earn money for collecting aluminum cans.


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Talkin' Tuesdays What University student can think of a better way to spend his or her Tuesday evening than to spend it mingling with faculty members?


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Head of the class

It's hard not to notice the presence of University Guides around Grounds. After all, they lead large groups of perspective students and exhausted parents through the University every day.


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Veggies, Smoothies whet appetite at Liquid

Let's say that, after almost getting run over by a speeding SUV, sitting through a smoldering class at Cabell Hall, and violently wrenching your shirt free from the back of a wooden desk, you are finally on your lunch break.


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Undiestudies update The www.ebay.com posting by a supposed University first-year student auctioning her used panties for tuition closed last Friday at $31, after a total of 16 bids were placed.


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Students are darn proud The Darden School announced its student award winners for the 1999 Samuel Forrest Hyde Memorial Fellowship, the William Michael Shermet Awards and the Class of 1987 G.


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Annual art exhibit displays faculty's work

The weeks between the end of August and beginning of September have become almost a ritual for students and faculty: Students make their annual pilgrimage to the bookstore, Tom DeLuca hypnotizes large crowds in the Amphitheater and the McIntire Department of Art holds the Faculty Exhibition at the Fayerweather Gallery. The show, which opened Aug.