Sept. 4, 2013
On this edition of UVa Today Bob Beard talks with Nargis Cross, an Assistant to President Teresa Sullivan.
Cross is trying to breathe new life into the University of Virginia's Rotunda, encouraging the first-years to take advantage of the iconic building.
A card-reader has been installed so that students can access the Rotunda after normal business hours.
Cross wants the Rotunda to not be seen as simply a museum, but an accessible studying area.
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