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Wednesday
June 15, 2005
Vol 2, No 47


Inside Today's Issue
 

Do you know: Kathleen Royster, assistant professor of art

These aren’t your grandmother’s teapots.

Kathleen Royster, who came to Metro last year to head the ceramics program, creates sculptural vessels—teapots in some cases, non-functional works in others—that have been acquired by the National Gallery of American Art-Smithsonian Institution, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Arizona State Art Museum, as well as by other institutions and private collectors...more >

2. Summer enrollment dips slightly
3. Student housing project breaks ground
4. Plagiarism-detection software turns in results
5. Events of Note
6. Student Court announces final election decisions


2. Summer enrollment dips slightly

A decrease in transfer students for the summer semester has led to a slight decline of 0.6% (48 fewer students overall) in student headcount over last summer’s census date enrollment figures.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol2/enroll_twv2061505.htm


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3. Student housing project breaks ground


With construction under way on a 685-bed student housing project on the former Atlas Metals property at 4th and Walnut, students will be able to live right next to campus by fall of 2006—a sea change that will affect the campus climate.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol2/housing_twv2061505.htm

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4. Plagiarism-detection software turns in results

This spring, 2,643 papers were submitted during Metro State’s pilot of Turnitin, the so-called anti-plagiarism software.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol2/turnitin_twv2061505.htm

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5. Events of Note

Take note of these two events happening today and tomorrow on campus.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol2/events_twv2061505.htm

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6. Student Court announces final election decisions

The Student Court has announced its rulings on several complaints surrounding the 2005 Student Government Assembly elections, including the decision to hold a special election for the position of president and 10 senatorial positions this fall.

To read the rulings go to
http://www.mscd.edu/student/sga/


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