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Update, Nov. 30:
Deandrew Hamlin’s charge of unauthorized use of a stolen vehicle was dismissed in his D.C. Superior Court preliminary hearing earlier today.
As AU students turn in applications by the Nov. 15 deadline for an on-campus housing spot next semester, the college news website Campus Grotto reported that AU is among the top 20 schools with the most expensive housing in the country.
These preliminary results of today’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission were posted on the doors of Precinct 9 and 10 polling locations Tuesday night. KIRA KALUSH / THE EAGLETom Smith declined to be interviewed for this video. They do not represent the final results of the election, and the winners cannot be determined officially until 10 days after the election.
A memorial service for Professor Sue Marcum will be held next Tuesday in Bender Arena at 8 p.m.
UPDATE, 6:07 p.m.: The cause of Sue Marcum’s death was asphyxia and blunt force trauma, according to a preliminary report from the Maryland Medical Examiner’s Office.
Posted Oct. 26, 11:40 a.m.
Sue Marcum, 52, an executive in residence and an accounting and taxation professor in the Kogod School of Business, was found dead in her home Monday morning.
Louis Goodman will step down as the dean of the School of International Service after the end of this academic year, he announced Oct. 13.
Neighbors and local commissioners told AU administrators they were not satisfied with changes being made to the Campus Plan at an Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting Thursday night.
The latest installment of the wonk campaign was a food vendor truck that showed up on the main quad this afternoon to sell Wonky Dogs, Wonky Fries and grilled cheese, among other fast food options.
A technical error with the online Student Government ballot resulted in a delay in announcing which write-in candidates earned spots on the SG during this fall’s election.
The A Voice 4 U campaign selected Deon Jones on Thursday to run for the Advisory Neighborhood Commission district encompassing AU's South side of campus, ANC 3D07.
The “Young Guns” have canceled tonight’s speaking engagement with the Kennedy Political Union.
An AU student aspiring to serve in public office may be in luck — members of the AU student body have put together a fill-in-the-candidate campaign, complete with manager, campaign finance director and a public relations department.
Students, faculty and staff of AU filled about half of the 100 chairs set up in Mary Graydon Center rooms 4 and 5 for the town hall meeting Thursday night to express complaints, concerns, comments and questions regarding “wonk.”
University Communications and Marketing will team up with the Student Government this afternoon to gauge student reaction and field questions about AU’s branding effort.
Update, 8:24 p.m.: All is safe now at Discovery Communications, as the gunman, identified by federal officials as James J. Lee, was shot dead around 4:50 p.m. after pointing a gun at a hostage, according to The Washington Post.
AU added $1.27 million to the University Communications and Marketing department’s operating budget for the two fiscal years of 2010 and 2011 to go towards marketing initiatives that eventually became the wonk campaign.
From dirty jokes to Willy Wonka references, AU student reactions to the “wonk” campaign have varied.