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Returning UVA students may be told that the controversy over the firing of President Teresa Sullivan ended with her reinstatement back in June, but evidence points to the contrary. Why is Rector Helen Dragas still at the helm, and what will it take to bring integrity back to Jefferson's University?
It's more than six weeks until his holiness the Dalai Lama appears in Charlottesville for two events on the Downtown Mall, but getting to see the famed peacemaker in person won't be easy– or cheap. Why were the tickets so pricey, and why wouldn't UVA sponsor the visit?
At an age when most girls have switched from Little League baseball to softball, 12-year-old Caroline Lund is doing more than just sticking with America's pastime. She's showing the boys how it's done.
The titular hero of Disney's latest family flick may have leaves growing from his calves, but Roger Ebert assures that the cast of The Odd Life of Timothy Green put in pitch-perfect performances sure to entertain audiences of all ages.
Cover (of this 48-page issue):
–images of Dragas and Sullivan courtesy UVA