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Residents question NID committee

ABI REIMOLD TTN Jon Weiss of TempleTown Realty spoke about the North Central Neighborhood Improvement District at a meeting last week. Weiss said he supports the fee on landlords that would fund the district.…

Military, defense spending focus of teach-in

A former CIA and state department analyst led the most recent teach-in. Twenty years ago, the United States found itself with a unique strategic opportunity. Throughout the span of 24 months, America watched the Berlin Wall come down, a series of nonviolent revolutions in Eastern Europe, the Warsaw Pact disband, and the unexpected dissolution of the Soviet Union.…

Residents to contest district proposal

Some community members plan to oppose the proposed improvement district. On Feb. 16, block captains of the fifth council district gathered at the Gesu School at 17th and Thompson streets to plan to act on some community members’ opposition to the North Central Improvement District.…

Aligning priorities: Faculty reject provost’s White Paper

Illustration Lucas Ballasy The Faculty Senate has motioned to express its dissenting views to the provost’s White Paper. Provost Richard Englert’s White Paper, a 25-page document that, among many other functions, contains restructuring proposals for various departments around the university have been met with skepticism.…