Women’s center to hold career workshop

The center for the education of women will be holding a workshop, Job Search Club: Career Decision Making, today from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Center for the Education of Women. The event is free, but registration is required by calling 998-7080.

Classical concert features famous performers

There will be a faculty and guest recital tonight at 8 p.m. in the Britton Recital Hall in the E. V. Moore Building. The concert will feature Music Profs. Christopher Harding and Thomas Lowenheim.

The program will consist of Chopin’s “Sonata in G Minor for Piano and Violoncello, Op. 65,” Cassado’s “Sonata in A Minor for Piano and Violoncello,” Saint-Saens’s “Sonata No. 2 in F Major for Violoncello and Piano, Op. 123.”

Lecturer to speak about the limits of solar wind

The physics department will be hosting a colloquium today from 4 to 5 p.m. in room 340 of West Hall. Physics Prof. Edward C. Stone, a speaker at the colloquium, was director of the California Institute of Technology jet propulsion laboratory from 1991 until 2004. Stone will speak on the two Voyager spacecrafts, 94 and 75 AU, which are racing outward in their search for the outer limits of the solar wind that marks the edge of space.

 

Crime Notes

East Quad resident cited for pot, knife

The Department of Public Safety arrested a subject in Prescott House in East Quad Residence Hall early yesterday morning for possession of marijuana and issued the subject a minor in possession of alcohol citation. The subject also had possession of an illegal knife, which is a violation of article five of the University’s weapons ordinance. He was released pending authorization of a warrant.

 

Sink clogged with TP causes plethora of problems

DPS said a subject reported that a sink in a men’s restroom in Stockwell Residence Hall was clogged with toilet paper on Monday morning. The clogged sink caused water to overflow onto the floor, damaging ceiling tiles and kitchen equipment in the room underneath the restroom.

 

Illicit narcotics on ‘U’ property

A facilities supervisor found suspected illicit narcotics in the Thomas Francis Jr. Building on Monday morning. DPS recovered the narcotics and submitted them as evidence.

 

This Day in Daily History

‘U’ considers new code of conduct

Jan. 19, 1984 — The University considers adopting a new code of student conduct and a judicial system that would allow it to punish students who commit violations of the code, such as the vandalism of campus property or the selling of illegal drugs. The University currently has no code of conduct for student behavior outside the classroom. Normally, arson, harassment, vandalism and other such crimes are handled by the civil courts. Under the new system, the University would be able to deal with these through an internal court headed by a faculty member.

But the new code would not replace criminal charges and violators could face punishment the University and criminal courts.

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