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Student Senate bylaw change enhances relations with RSOs

Jeremy Pelzer

February 7, 2001


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In what Speaker of the Senate Adam Weyhaupt called a "momentous change," the Student Senate Wednesday passed a bylaw change that will create a council to be made up of delegates from all 132 Recognized Student Organizations. Read More »...

Still one month to register to vote in local elections

Mark Elchenlaub

February 7, 2001


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Students still have time to register to vote and participate in local government. Read More »...

Resident Assistant applications due today

Karen Kirr

February 7, 2001


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Applications for resident assistants for the fall 2001 semester are due today. Read More »...

Speaker of the Senate looks to include vice presidents in roll call

Jeremy Pelzer

February 7, 2001


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Last week, Speaker of the Student Senate Adam Weyhaupt announced that he would start to include student vice presidents in the senate roll call, despite the fact that vice presidents aren't required to attend senate meetings. Read More »...

CAA looks at possible business degree changes

Joseph Ryan

February 7, 2001


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The Council on Academic Affairs will vote Thursday on changes in the major requirements for the bachelor of science degree in business in the business administration degree program. Read More »...

Foreign Language Department offering Spring Break trip to Mexico

Jennifer Rigg

February 7, 2001


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Imagine spending a fabulous spring break touring Mexico. Richard Crome, assistant professor of Spanish, can make that dream come true. Read More »...

Lease extension on public inspection

Alexander Cardona

February 6, 2001


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The resolutions to extend the city's lease with Canon Cleaning Services for the cleaning services of city buildings and the authorizing of the vending services at Rotary Pool and Putt `N' Swing were put on file for public inspection at Tuesday's City Council meeting. Read More »...

Student Senate to vote on bylaw to reorganize RSO relations

Jeremy Pelzer

February 6, 2001


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Associate Residence Directors should be allowed to purchase staff parking permits, according to a resolution that will be placed before the Student Senate tonight, said senate member Joe Robbins. Read More »...

Low-cost tickets don’t faze students who park illegally

Patrick Guinane

February 6, 2001


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More than 13,400 violation tickets were given out throughout the year 2000 on campus, said Art Mitchell, police officer for the University Police Department. Read More »...

Closed restaurant space for new store

Amber Williams

February 6, 2001


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The closing of Hardee's restaurant last month leaves a very sought after, open commercial lot in a prime spot close to Eastern's campus. Read More »...

External Relations to discuss diner and parking problems

Jeremy Pelzer

February 6, 2001


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Charleston Mayor Dan Cougill will meet with members of the Student Senate's External Relations Committee tonight to discuss issues such as parking, a proposed zoning ordinance, a 24-hour diner, street signs and an update on the old Wal-Mart location, said Hugh O'Hara, committee chair. Read More »...

Egyptian dress focus of discussion

Jennifer Rigg

February 6, 2001


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William Shakespeare once asked, "What's in a name?" Wafeek Wahby, an assistant professor in the school of technology, is changing that question around and asking, "What's in a dress?" Read More »...

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