Monday, Oct. 27
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Monday, Oct. 27
Representatives of nine student clubs and organizations met with the AU Club Council on Saturday to appeal the Council's decisions concerning each group's funding for the new school year.
As you read this very column, the National Football League Board of Governors is meeting to choose the site of the 2008 Super Bowl. You may think that this isn't that big of a deal; after all, it is five years away.
More than 500 families are expected to attend Family Weekend, today through Sunday. Events range from a historic walk through AU to Gov. George Pataki's (R-N.Y.) speech, according to Tiffany Sanchez, director of New Student Programs.
Tuesday, Oct. 14
Crime has dropped across the board at AU, according to the Department of Public Safety's Annual Security report, released Sept. 24.
AU's School of International Service will be celebrating the 35th anniversary of its International Communication Studies program on Oct. 17 with a Global Symposium on International Communication.
Vice president of Enrollment Services Tom Myers resigned yesterday, a memo from AU President Benjamin Ladner stated.
A U.S. Park Police helicopter landed on Reeves Field Thursday afternoon to transport a construction worker to Baltimore's Union Memorial Hospital.
Former U.S.S.R. President Mikhail Gorbachev will speak in Bender Arena Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m, the Student Confederation and Kennedy Political Union announced Thursday.
Thursday, Sept. 25
As Hurricane Isabel moved north, AU's main campus remained relatively untouched, but just down Nebraska Avenue, AU's Tenley campus suffered from the storms wrath as power has been knocked out and has yet to fully return.
Monday, Sept. 22 Harassment by phone was reported at the Public Safety office. Damage to property occurred along the Sports Center Service road; the cause was non-criminal. A bike was stolen from outside the Ward Circle Building. Medical assistance was refused outside of the Public Safety building. Credit card fraud was reported at Congressional Hall on Tenley campus. Tuesday, Sept. 23 Medical crews responded for assistance inside the Ward Circle Building and at Anderson Hall. Damage was reported to a vehicle outside of Gray Hall. Medical assistance was needed inside the Asbury Building. Medical assistance was refused inside the Mary Graydon Center.
The future of the STA Travel office has come into question after ATV News announced the office would close in the coming months, yet the branch manager has said otherwise.
The 2003 Student Confederation Transition officially came to a close yesterday as SC President Nick Terzulli received the President's Pin from former President Haley Stevens.
As the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks arrives, organizations across the nation have spoken out against the security regulations that have been instituted in reaction to the attacks.
Monday, Sept. 9 Damage to a vehicle was reported at the Public Safety building. The cause of the damage is unknown.
AU announced Tuesday that the self-study report to the Middle States Commission on Higher Education was completed and now available to be viewed.
The Kennedy Political Union will be presenting Mark Shields, a CNN news moderator, in Ward 1 at 8 p.m. tonight as the second event of the year.
Anne Marie Nancy Crossed, the Cataloging, Reference and Circulation Librarian for the Washington College of Law, died suddenly on Tuesday, Sept. 2.