Wednesday, Jan. 14
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Wednesday, Jan. 14
A memorial service for student Andrew Burr, who died Sunday night in a car accident, is scheduled for Saturday at 4 p.m. in the Kay Spiritual Life Center, according to University Chaplain Joe Eldridge.
Monday, Dec. 8
Helen Goldstein, AU's associate librarian in charge of Access Services, died Dec. 31 after a two-year battle with breast cancer. Goldstein, 45, worked in the Library for 23 years since graduating from AU.
Student Confederation Vice President Marguerite Meyer resigned Sunday night, effective next semester, for personal reasons and part-time student status.
Feature also includes a timeline of related legal affairs.
Mike McNair, formerly of the University of Maryland-College Park Police, will serve as acting director of Public Safety as of Wednesday, according to Pat Kelshian, executive director of Risk Management and Safety Services.
Monday, Nov. 24 Theft of student, staff or faculty property was reported as a person's change was stolen in the Ward Circle Building. The trash bin at the loading dock of the Sports Center was damaged in a traffic accident when a truck hit it. No injuries were reported. A hospital transport was needed from McDowell Hall.
Thursday, Nov. 20
Public Safety Director Colleen Carson is no longer with the University as of late Tuesday, according to an internal AU memo.
The recent fight over the display of the Enola Gay exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum's new Dulles wing has brought the Smithsonian's objectivity into question. This objectivity shown in exhibit labels is the cornerstone of the institution, and changing the display as suggested, would provide an unwelcome bias.
The assembled buildings around the main Quad are standing out more with the construction of new signs for each academic building. The bases of the signs have been completed since mid-September, and the rest will be completed soon, according to Jerry Gager, director of the Office of Facilities Planning and Development.
The General Assembly approved the 2004-05 Student Confederation Budget, with amendments, by an unanimous vote Friday after less than two hours of deliberation.
A man stops to copy an engraving on the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial yesterday in remembrance of Veterans Day. Some governments, schools and businesses chose to close, but more common were reflection assemblies and moments of silence.
The General Assembly, AU's student legislature, ended its meeting abruptly Sunday as at least 13 members walked out over the impeachment of a representative. Although the members walked out, they will not face suspension as they plan to attend the next meeting this Friday.
The General Assembly Finance Committee released the 2004-05 Student Confederation Budget Tuesday. Many programming events, such as Homecoming and Founders Day, had budget cuts while the Kennedy Political Union, Eagle Nights and Student Union Board all gained additional funding.
The high reaching structure of a 120-foot tower crane first appeared on the future site of the Katzen Arts Center on Tuesday and will be finished by the end of the week, according to Jerry Gager, director of the Office of Facilities Planning and Development.
Monday, Nov. 3
The General Assembly, AU's student government legislature, met Saturday and Sunday to discuss the Student Confederation budget for the 2003-2004 year.
Course evaluations will be available through the my.american Web portal in time for Fall 2004 registration, according to Student Confederation President Nick Terzulli.