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SIS: More students than seats

Graduate students in the School of International Service are being forced to sit a little closer in class this year to create enough room for the increase of graduate students accepted to the school. Approximately 410 students were accepted to the SIS gradate program, a dramatic increase from a few years ago.

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Honors calls for Cowles

Cardboard boxes, cat decorations and colorful children's artwork greet visitors to the office of Maria Green Cowles, the new associate director of the University Honors Program. Cowles replaces John Shosky in the position.

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Admissions raises the bar

AU's Class of 2007 is smaller, smarter and more diverse than last year's freshman class, according to Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions Anna Seltz.

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Wireless service expands

A year after the implementation of a campus-wide wireless network, there has been major improvements in reception though students are still frustrated by the network's inconsistency.

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Students seek tech help

It's 12:45 p.m. on the main floor of the Mary Graydon Center and a swarm of students scramble in every direction to make their next class or munch on the last bite of a bagel. One might not notice Terry Fernandez, director of customer services and support, sitting patiently at the e-operations help table.

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