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Cell phone culture at AU

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"What if my cat dies?" said junior Cathy Gstattenbauer. "I want to be reachable." This is one of the reasons she feels the need to have her cell phone with her most of the time, even if she can't use it. Gstattenbauer represents a growing trend of continual cell phone use, not just on AU's campus, but around the world.

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AU may cease Tunlaw housing

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It was announced this summer that Glover-Tunlaw residents would need to find a new home come this Jan. 31 as the building is being closed for evaluation. The Glover-Tunlaw apartment building is located a mile from campus on New Mexico Avenue. The 60 unit structure is University-sponsored but marketed for graduate students that wish to avoid living in the residence halls.

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By the Numbers

The American Heart Association's survey of all the numbers associated with smoking.

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SC steps into year

The Student Confederation intends to reach the AU community through new policies, social events and services this year. SC President Nick Terzulli began his term with the goal of creating a more efficient and helpful Student Confederation, AU's student government organization.


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Campus Briefs

Briefs from around campus: Chemical aent Lewisite found behind Public Safety, Asia Council of AU to look at Japan in forum Wednesday, Greenberg theater schedule




Section 202 host Gabrielle and friends go over some sports that aren’t in the sports media spotlight often, and review some sports based on their difficulty to play. 



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