Jen Calantone


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Letter from the editor

Doesn’t it seem like days ago that we were collecting syllabi and scribbling notes onto clean, white pages? Now, we’re filling in the bubbles on professor evaluations and wondering where the semester went. After 27 issues of The Eagle, the staff over in MGC 252 is breathing a sigh of relief ­­— but like most of you, we’re already looking toward next semester.

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Letter from the editor

I'm not sure if everyone is on the same boat as I am, but I am blown away by the fact that we've reached mid-June already. It's hard to believe that we're at that halfway point between spring semester's finals and the beginning of the fall semester. This is my first summer in D.

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AUTO oversight law passed

The Undergraduate Senate held a five-hour-plus meeting Sunday, several hours of which were closed to anyone except the body's members, to discuss legal matters involving allegations of AUTO van misuse. The senate unanimously passed a bill that would require oversight of the AUTO program, which Student Government President Seth Cutter vetoed. The senate then unanimously overrode the veto. During the closed meeting, the senate censured AUTO Commissioner Zack Schwartz, according to Justin Woods, the speaker of the senate.

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AUTO oversight law passed

The Undergraduate Senate held a five-hour-plus meeting Sunday, several hours of which were closed to anyone except the body's members, to discuss legal matters involving allegations of AUTO van misuse. The senate unanimously passed a bill that would require oversight of the AUTO program, which Student Government President Seth Cutter vetoed.

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Kerwin releases budget to campus

AU President Neil Kerwin released the fiscal year 2010 and 2011 budget information to the campus community last week. For FY2010, the university's budget is $456,700,000 and for FY2011 is $479,200,000.

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