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Pell Grants in Jeopardy

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Council renames Pavilion

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Council presents E-Week

This week the Engineering Student Council hosted Engineers Week, a celebration of Engineering students and their future profession.

Ten Miler will close roads

Select roads on and around Grounds will be closed in the morning for the Charlottesville Ten Miler foot race Saturday. The race will begin in front of University Hall on Massie Road, which will be closed from about 7:30 to 8 a.m.

Authors discuss slavery tales

Authors of three books about slave resistance before the Civil War discussed their works at the University Bookstore yesterday at the panel "Fleeing Slavery: Revolts and Escapes." The event was part of the five-day Virginia Festival of the Book, which began Wednesday. About 70 people attended the event, including University students and faculty, as well as Charlottesville residents and visitors.

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