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AT AGE 5, LUCKSON HOVE was left to fend for himself on the streets of Zimbabwe. This fall, he begins working toward a degree in accounting from
the McIntire School. How he got from the former circumstance to the latter is a testimony to love, resourcefulness, and the kindness of strangers. Read the full story in
a recent issue of UVA Top News Daily.
UP-TO-DATE as McIntire's move back to the Lawn approaches. READ THE STORY
PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS CENTER FOR INNOVATION IN PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES AND THE PROPOSED INSTITUTE FOR WISDOM AND INTEGRITY
IN COMMERCE AND CONSUMPTION host a timely, innovative forum. READ THE STORY