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WAMU director let go Thursday

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Susan Clampitt was relieved of her duties as executive director at WAMU Thursday after The Washington Post exposed a financial deficit and morale problems at AU's public radio station, said Todd Sedmak, director of AU Media Relations. The staff, upon hearing the announcement by President Benjamin Ladner at a meeting Thursday afternoon, gave a standing ovation, The Post reported Friday.

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Foreign students might pay to study in the U.S.

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Within two months, international students may have to pay a new $100 fee to study in this country. The fee would fund the cost of operating the Student Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS), the database the Department of Homeland Security uses to monitor international students' compliance with their visa requirements.

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Student Confederation proposes budgets to General Assembly

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The General Assembly, AU's student government legislature, met Saturday and Sunday to discuss the Student Confederation budget for the 2003-2004 year. GA members conducted hearings with the respective SC departments on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Mary Graydon Center.

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AU professor and graduate program founder dies at 67

Leon E. Clark Jr., 67, professor emeritus of international education and sociology at AU, died from a cerebral anoxia at Inova Fairfax Hospital on Oct. 25 after he collapsed on a hike in Great Falls. Clark founded the graduate program of international education and taught at AU in the areas of sociology, cross-cultural studies and education development and administration for 17 years.



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AU Abroad expands programs to new locations

AU students considering studying abroad now have the chance to study in Canada, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates, the three nations added to the AU Abroad program this semester, according to Amy Morrill Bijeau, associate director of AU Abroad, formerly the World Capitals Program.



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