The Daily Eastern News

CAA looks at possible business degree changes

Joseph Ryan

February 8, 2001

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 »...

Still-life artist to present work at Tarble Art Center today

Brandi Volk

February 8, 2001

Still life artist Maria Tomasula will give a presentation about her works at 7 p.m. today in the Tarble Arts Center. Read More »...

Rental Headaches

Jeremy Pelzer

February 8, 2001

Local property owners voiced questions over a proposed city ordinance that would have city officials inspect rental properties in Charleston, during the Student Senate's External Relations Committee meeting Wednesday. Read More »...

Resident Assistant applications due today

Karen Kirr

February 8, 2001

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

Freshmen can fly solo in housing

Karen Kirr

February 8, 2001

Continuing their efforts to make residents happy, student housing staff members have cleared the way for freshman students to room by themselves. Read More »...

Adjunct faculty to face brunt of cuts

Joseph Ryan

February 8, 2001

Annually contracted faculty members expressed their concern over budget cuts, which will be made next year, at an informational meeting Wednesday, sponsored by University Professionals of Illinois. Read More »...

RHA to vote in new VP

Melissa McCarter

February 8, 2001

The Residence Hall Association will vote today on altering a portion of its constitution. Read More »

Foreign Language Department offering Spring Break trip to Mexico

Jennifer Rigg

February 8, 2001

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

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

Jeremy Pelzer

February 8, 2001

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 »...

Show to confront current issues

Jennifer Rigg

February 8, 2001

The University Board is offering students a chance to voice their opinions on issues of racism, sexism and homophobia through a talk-back type play called, "Strange Like Me," tonight at 8 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Union Read More »...

Student Senate bylaw change enhances relations with RSOs

Jeremy Pelzer

February 8, 2001

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 »...

Egyptian dress focus of discussion

Jennifer Rigg

February 7, 2001

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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