The Daily Eastern News

Lease extension on public inspection

Alexander Cardona

February 7, 2001

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 »...

Closed restaurant space for new store

Amber Williams

February 7, 2001

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 »...

Faculty says no to Surles’ tenure plan

Joseph Ryan

February 7, 2001

A recommendation to the Board of Trustees that requests they do not pass Eastern President Carol Surles' proposal to not allow executive administrators to receive tenure was unanimously passed at the Faculty Senate meeting Tuesday. Read More »...

Job Fair Thursday can benefit everyone, according to Career Services

Michelle Farrell

February 7, 2001

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

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

Patrick Guinane

February 7, 2001

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 »...

External Relations to discuss diner and parking problems

Jeremy Pelzer

February 7, 2001

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 »...

Eastern opts not to join Napster ban

Joseph Ryan

February 6, 2001

Napster's plans to start charging monthly subscription fees to users does not phase Eastern students who enjoy one of the few campuses in the state that still allow Napster to be accessed on university Internet connections. Read More »...

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

Karen Kirr

February 6, 2001

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 »...

Senate takes a closer look at conflicting housing rate figures

Jermey Pelzer

February 6, 2001

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 »...

Council to consider ambulance assistance

Amber Williams

February 6, 2001

The City Council will be voting tonight on a resolution to enter into a mutual ambulance assistance agreement with the Windsor Area Ambulance Service. Read More »...

HERC clinic attempts to set students free from smoking

Jennifer Rigg

February 6, 2001

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

Peoria no longer an option for student teaching

Karen Kirr

February 6, 2001

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 »...

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