The Daily Eastern News

TEDE committee gets new home in Blair Hall

Karen Kirr

February 6, 2001


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Members of the Technology Enhanced and Delivered Education support staff will soon have a new place to call home. Read More »...

Speaker says teenagers want children to fit in

Chuck Babinski

February 6, 2001


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Imagine teen-agers who want to have a child to fit in with their friends. Read More »...

Job Fair Thursday can benefit everyone, according to Career Services

Michelle Farrell

February 6, 2001


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All students can benefit from a job fair, said Shirley Stewart, associate vice president for student affairs and director of career services. Read More »...

Adjunct faculty meeting to discuss budget cuts, possible job loss

Joseph Ryan

February 6, 2001


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Eastern's chapter of the University Professionals of Illinois is sponsoring a meeting for adjunct faculty Wednesday to discuss budget issues and the effects budget cuts could have on academic programs across the campus. 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 »...

Alumni Association not to blame for selling names to credit card companies

Karen Kirr

February 5, 2001


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If you are wondering why you are excessively bombarded with phone calls and mail from companies soliciting their credit cards, you can blame the creditors aggressiveness for obtaining your information. Read More »...

Peoria no longer an option for student teaching

Karen Kirr

February 5, 2001


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The minimum number of students needed to request Peoria as a location for student teaching was not reached, requiring a small number of students who wanted to teach in this area to find another location. Read More »...

Senate takes a closer look at conflicting housing rate figures

Jermey Pelzer

February 5, 2001


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The Housing Office and the Student Senate are still working to clarify information about a proposed increase in room and board rates for next year, said Bill Schnackel, Director of Housing and Dining Services. Read More »...

Unpredictable weather a result of moving air masses

Amber Williams

February 5, 2001


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The unpredictable weather conditions that Charleston residents have been seeing lately are a result of quickly moving air masses throughout the Midwest. Read More »...

Freight service a possibility for airport

Amber Williams

February 5, 2001


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The Coles County Memorial Airport is still looking into possibilities to build revenue for the airport after it loses its commercial airline services this month. Read More »...

HERC clinic attempts to set students free from smoking

Jennifer Rigg

February 5, 2001


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The Health Education Resource Center will offer habitual smokers a chance to quit. Read More »...

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