chartwells

Chartwells workers vote for unionization

The unionization of Chartwells employees has been the taboo topic around campus these past few weeks. The controversy surrounding the issue can be pin-pointed back to the SGA-sponsored event, Taco Tuesday, as well as the union vote, both of which occurred on Aug. 25. Though the events that transpired seem to… Read more »

Chartwells workers vote for unionization

The unionization of Chartwells employees has been the taboo topic around campus these past few weeks. The controversy surrounding the issue can be pin-pointed back to the SGA-sponsored event, Taco Tuesday, as well as the union vote, both of which occurred on Aug. 25. Though the events that transpired seem to… Read more »

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Engineering labs come to AU

Construction on AU’s new engineering labs is currently underway. In the Fine Arts building, where studios for the art program once stood, state-of-the-art equipment is being installed for current and future students of AU’s brand new engineering programs. Last year marked the beginning of AU’s engineering program, which currently offers two… Read more »

Engineering labs come to AU

Construction on AU’s new engineering labs is currently underway. In the Fine Arts building, where studios for the art program once stood, state-of-the-art equipment is being installed for current and future students of AU’s brand new engineering programs. Last year marked the beginning of AU’s engineering program, which currently offers two… Read more »

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AU presidential search continues

Last year, students received an email informing them that President Edwards would be retiring after 25 years of faithful leadership and commitment to AU. In the wake of the news, a search committee was formed with the intent of selecting, interviewing and ultimately hiring someone to take his place. The… Read more »

AU presidential search continues

Last year, students received an email informing them that President Edwards would be retiring after 25 years of faithful leadership and commitment to AU. In the wake of the news, a search committee was formed with the intent of selecting, interviewing and ultimately hiring someone to take his place. The… Read more »

Heberling

Long-time business professor Heberling passes away

Dr. Gregory D. Heberling, professor of business and economics, passed away at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital on Aug. 29. He was working out at the Kardatzke Wellness Center when he fell unconscious and stopped breathing. Faculty and students within the sports medicine department in Kardatzke responded by administering cardiopulmonary… Read more »

Long-time business professor Heberling passes away

Dr. Gregory D. Heberling, professor of business and economics, passed away at St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital on Aug. 29. He was working out at the Kardatzke Wellness Center when he fell unconscious and stopped breathing. Faculty and students within the sports medicine department in Kardatzke responded by administering cardiopulmonary… Read more »

The Valley

AU to host Super Retreat

With the fall 2014 semester starting a week earlier than usual, the Department of Student Life (DOSL) has to adjust the way they prepare student leaders for their positions. The Indianapolis Colts’ residency at AU during their training camp means that student leaders cannot come back for their training two… Read more »

AU to host Super Retreat

With the fall 2014 semester starting a week earlier than usual, the Department of Student Life (DOSL) has to adjust the way they prepare student leaders for their positions. The Indianapolis Colts’ residency at AU during their training camp means that student leaders cannot come back for their training two… Read more »