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Citizen Summit seeks residents' thoughts

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A weekend summit billed as "America's largest town hall meeting" is meant to gauge how D.C. residents - including students - think District government should plan for the future. At the third Citizen Summit in four years, set to take place all day Saturday at the Washington Convention Center, residents will discuss public education, adding more officers to the Metropolitan Police Department, the availability of affordable housing and other issues.

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Scholar speaks on Islam

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World-renowned African scholar and Islamic expert Mualimu Ali Mazrui joined professors, deans and students to break the traditional fast for the Muslim month of Ramadan in the Kay Spiritual Life Center yesterday before his lecture on Islam and the West.

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Police Blotter

Monday, Nov. 10 Theft of student, staff or faculty property was reported inside the Sports Center. Tuesday, Nov. 11 A hospital transport was needed from the Mary Graydon Center. People were found in possession of drug paraphernalia in Park Bethesda. Property was left unattended inside Hurst Hall.

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Adjuncts cut from programs, students struggle

A move to reduce the number of adjunct professors has decreased the number of sections opened in some programs next semester, according to College of Arts and Sciences Dean Kay Mussell. Among the programs affected are the Graphics Design Department and the American Studies major.


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Slow mail due to anthrax scare

Mail delivery at AU should return to normal today after being halted Friday when the possibility of anthrax spores shut down 11 D.C.-area postal facilities. The false alarm shut down the Friendship Station Postal Office, AU's last stop for mail, when suspected anthrax spores were found at its mail-sorting facility in Anacostia.




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