Wednesday March 3
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Wednesday March 3
AU Provost Cornelius Kerwin will be staying with the University a little longer as the Board of Trustees of Bucknell University chose Brian C. Mitchell as their new president on March 3. Kerwin was one of three finalists, along with Elaine P. Maimon, vice president of Arizona State University and provost of Arizona State West.
Scroll down to see all election winners, and voting percentages in each SC category.
Former AU researcher Gao Zhan will be sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to unlawful export of items to China and tax fraud back in November. She faces up to 10 years in prison, according to the plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney.
The police blotter is compiled from the daily crime log issued by the Department of Public Safety and additional information from Gary Folckemer, public information officer for Public Safety. Incidents from Friday through Wednesday appear in the Thursday edition while incidents from Wednesday and Thursday appear in the Monday edition. Any questions can be sent to the Campus News Editor at Campus@TheEagleOnline.com.
Polson Kanneth was elected president of the Student Confederation, AU's student government, Thursday night after a one-day election runoff against Steve Gilbert. Both had beat out competition from three other candidates in the general election, which was held Saturday through Tuesday.
The elections for the Student Confederation, AU's student government, are just a click away as six computers in Mary Graydon Center 120 have replaced the paper ballot for this semester's election.
Wednesday, Feb. 25
Friday, Feb. 20
Provost Cornelius Kerwin is one of three finalists being considered for the position of president of Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pa. Bucknell, a Patriot League rival, has been looking for a new president since current President Steffen H. Rogers announced in May 2003 that he would retire this June.
Nadine Strossen, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, will be speaking March 23, through the sponsorship of the Kennedy Political Union, Women & Politics Institute and the Student Advocacy Center.
Only a few days remain in the campaign for the Student Confederation, AU's student government. Candidates are busy jockeying for votes and key endorsements as the campaign nears its end. Some of the last key announcements have been made as the presidential candidates warm up for the annual ATV debate and the official times for voting have been released.
The Student Confederation, AU's student government, will be holding its annual executive election this Saturday through Tuesday, but the ballot will carry more than the list of candidates, as the SC is looking to amend its constitution.
Thursday, Feb. 19
Public Safety continues to operate under Acting Director Michael McNair as a search committee is considering applicants to serve as the permanent head of the department, including McNair himself.
The elections for the Student Confederation, AU's student government, are in their final week as candidates prepare for voting this coming weekend. The race for vice president has tightened after one of the three candidates ended her campaign this weekend. The campaigns have continued to gain attention as one campaign has been charged with violation of election rules. This violation was amplified by the release of classified information to a Web site. The campaign itself has turned to the Internet, as voting will be done online and four candidates have set up campaign Web sites.
Friday, Feb. 13
Students have been campaigning for elected positions in the Student Confederation, AU's student government, since the nominating convention last Wednesday, but since that week the campaigns have taken interesting turns. As 10 days remain until voting begins, the contest for SC president has changed with the withdrawal of candidate Noah Black and continued actions against the campaign of Polson Kanneth and his running mate for Vice President, Jason Trombley.
Wednesday, Feb. 11
The elections for the Student Confederation, AU's student government, took a negative turn early Thursday morning when a campaign poster hanging on the Quad was set on fire. The 6-foot-by-6-foot poster had a large hole burned into the center and several other burn marks, Public Safety reported.