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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.


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A phone call a day Been spending too much time on your computer reading e-mail and think you have carpal tunnel syndrome? "Health Calls," a new segment on news station NBC 29's Live at Five newscast, brings in doctors from the University Medical Center to answer basic medical questions on the air. Viewers can send in postcards with their specific questions and NBC 29 will contact experts at the Medical Center to come on the air. NBC 29 News Director Dave Cupp created the segment.


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Streaker, dancer scrubbed Students enjoying the Rotunda Sing Wednesday night saw a little dance with their songs. Fourth-year College student Patrick Sweet, who works as a Rotunda guard, was one of the mysterious performers in the upstairs window of the Rotunda.


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Europa brings Mediterranean home

University students don't have to travel to Greece to dine on excellent Mediterranean fare. Located on the Corner, Cafe Europa combines the quick service of a fast food establishment with the authentic taste and pleasant aura of an upscale restaurant. Inside the intimate cafe, light blue tables with colorful purple and white flower centerpieces add to the simple, yet classy look of the restaurant.


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Dry times Some may believe in performing special summer rain dances to solve water shortages and others may simply pray, but University officials are advocating a water conservation program to save community reservoirs. The drought, which struck many areas of Virginia beginning in early summer, has left community reservoirs to 80 percent of their capacity. Energy Program Manager Tony Motto said city officials issue mandatory water restrictions when reservoirs are depleted to 60 percent. Currently, the city of Charlottesville and Albemarle County have asked all residents and businesses to try their best to save water. "We need a hurricane with steady rains for a couple of days to get our reservoirs up to capacity," Motto said. Until then, the University is advocating voluntary water restrictions.


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The ISIS man leaveth University students using the new Integrated Student Information System Online can find more than class enrollment.


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Just a college kid at heart

A new year at college brings a renewal of that precious sense of freedom - freedom to set your own schedule, go where you want when you want, freedom to involve yourself in activities and organizations, and freedom to make a difference.