“You look into the other person’s eyes and that phrase, ‘The windows into the soul,’ starts to have kind of a meaning.”

—U.Va. anthropology professor Kath Weston, discussing her experience of being on the 11th floor of a Tokyo Hotel when the 9.1 magnitude earthquake hit Japan on March 11. Her remarks were part of a teach-in at the University Chapel, which brought together professors from various disciplines to discuss the tragedy.