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'Chicago' in D.C.

By EMILY ZEMLER Eagle Staff Writer Murder. Booze. Jazz. Scantily clad women. That's "Chicago." And for three weeks it's all here at the National Theatre here in Washington, D.C. The new national tour of "Chicago," the show with the distinction of being Broadway's longest running revival, will grace the D.

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CASJ returns after review

After being temporarily closed and put under review for three months when the definition between students employed by the University and student activism on campus became blurred, the Community Action and Social Justice, formerly under the Kay Spiritual Life Center, is planning on reopening as a student-run coalition under Student Activities.

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Former AU President Williams buried

Former AU President George H. Williams was laid to rest June 13 at Arlington National Cemetery. Williams died May 18 at his home in Evanston, Ill. at the age of 85 of complications from gastrointestinal ailments. Williams served as president of AU from 1968 to 1975.

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Students question Gen Ed

The General Education Review Committee, as part of its yearlong review of the program, is currently debating several changes concerning the structure of General Education classes and clusters. Surveys were conducted both by the AU administration and by the Student Confederation to get a feeling for student opinions on the General Education program as it stands.

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