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'Chicago' in D.C.

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By EMILY ZEMLER Eagle Staff Writer Murder. Booze. Jazz. Scantily clad women. That's "Chicago." And for three weeks it's all here at the National Theatre here in Washington, D.C. The new national tour of "Chicago," the show with the distinction of being Broadway's longest running revival, will grace the D.

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AU renovates Letts

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This summer's modest renovations to Letts Hall, one of the three Southside complex residence halls, are expected to be completed under budget and by their scheduled Aug. 1 deadline, University officials said last week. The building, which had its last major renovation in 1990, is mainly being "spruced up," according to University architect and project manager Virginia Richardson.

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Former AU President Williams buried

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Former AU President George H. Williams was laid to rest June 13 at Arlington National Cemetery. Williams died May 18 at his home in Evanston, Ill. at the age of 85 of complications from gastrointestinal ailments. Williams served as president of AU from 1968 to 1975.

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SC creates Help Center

The Student Confederation began its plan to reach out to students and improve student life on campus with the creation of the Center for Responsive Policy, also known as the SC Help Center. The center was created by the first Executive Order of SC President Nick Terzulli, and will handle "day to day complaints and problems that students have."


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Babe's to become residential?

The plans for the Babe's Billiards site have come under scrutiny both by the Tenley community as well as by AU students. It calls for a 65-foot structure containing between 40 and 50 condominiums according to IBG Investors, LLC, the developer who currently owns the site.


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Activists mobilize against Bush

In a mass-mobilization effort reminiscent of last spring's IMF/World Bank protests, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of downtown D.C. Saturday to challenge the fanfare for George W. Bush, the nation's 43rd president. Early in the day, protesters gathered at loosely organized locations along the inaugural parade route, shouting and toting signs supporting a myriad of agendas.



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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