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SIS: More students than seats

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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

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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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ATV kicks off its new season this Sunday

Remember when ATV, AU's student-run television station on channel 2 and 15, was cool? No? Well, Josh Fine, program director of ATV, promises to change that. "This year, we are going to give students what they want," Fine said. "Comedy, nudity, sex jokes and drug jokes.


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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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Blaster virus infects

On the first day, the computer help desk at AU received hundreds of calls about the Blaster virus, according to the Help Desk Manager Sean Stockburger. The virus was released on Aug. 11. On Aug. 18, students began moving back on campus and began flooding the phones again.



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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