The Undergraduate Senate voted to censure AUTO Commissioner Zack Schwartz during a special session late Wednesday night and approved a motion encouraging Student Government Comptroller Eric Goldstein to file charges against him in connection with allegations he misused AUTO vans.
Dear readers, While it has been a full year since I officially took over as The Eagle's editor in chief, it seems like it's barely been a month or two. However, as with all things, my tenure must come to an end. After this issue, I pass the torch on to my successor for the 2009-2010 academic year - Jen Calantone.
April 20 | 10:00 p.m. » The Undergraduate Senate will hold a special session at 11 p.m. Wednesday to reconsider a previously-passed AUTO oversight bill, one of several senate actions - including a censure of AUTO Commissioner Zack Schwartz - currently considered invalid because they violated a previous Student Government Judicial Board ruling.
Student Government presidential candidate Andrew MacCracken's name did not appear on undergraduate students' online ballots for a period of seven minutes Tuesday morning, while students in some residence halls were initially not able to vote for Residence Hall Association offices.
Fans flooded onto the court of Bender Arena Friday afternoon after the AU men's basketball team defeated the College of the Holy Cross in the Patriot League championship game. The win will guarantee AU a berth in the NCAA championships. The team's seed and first opponent will be determined Sunday.
Political pundits have offered up a myriad of reasons for newly inaugurated President Barack Obama's victory in November's election - the economic crisis, plummeting public support for George W. Bush, concerns about the Republican ticket and so on. While I'm sure any number of factors played a role in the Obama-Biden ticket's victory, it's undeniable that the ticket's campaign staff deserve some of the credit for executing a highly effective campaign marketing strategy.
Dear readers, Since I took over as editor in chief in late April, and through the summer break, I have been working with my staff to plan The Eagle's direction for the coming academic year. While you may have already noticed some of our new features, I want to summarize what I hope our newspaper can accomplish this year.
Student Government President Seth Cutter removed Student Union Board Director Amanda Mustafic from office Monday, SG Chief of Staff Amanda Fulton said in a press release today. Cutter decided to dismiss Mustafic because she had not met the job's requirements since taking over the position at the end of the spring semester, Fulton said in the press release.