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Tavern renovating

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The Tavern, which is currently under construction, plans to open in time for Welcome Week. According to the senior director of the University Center, Michael Elmore, the Tavern construction is progressing on schedule. He expects the Tavern should be done in time for school to open in the fall; with the latest completion date being set for Aug. 15.

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DHS stays next door

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Returning AU students can count on sharing their neighborhood once again with the Department of Homeland Security. The DHS's Nebraska Avenue headquarters is expected to house the department for the foreseeable future. On May 22, Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge announced that the department plans to remain in Washington.

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AU bans all cigarette sales

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The Eagle's Nest, AU's convenience store located in Butler Pavilion, will no longer be selling cigarettes after their current stock sells out. The decision to move to stop selling tobacco on campus is an attempt to make AU a healthier community, and falls under the last point of AU President Benjamin Ladner's 15 Point Plan, which outlines Ladner's vision for the future of AU and was set two years ago.



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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.



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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