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Oshkosh Advance Titan (Newspaper) - February 18, 2004, Oshkosh, Wisconsin page 12 'The opens tonight on impact local by Despite the national Oshkosh's local economy remains stable with help from university consistent economic are ruled by the demand of their if the demand is then so is the economic and Chancellor Richard Wells people looking for more stable the university is able to number of students in businesses rely on university to keep population accounts for an estimated 7 percent of Oshkosh's consumer impact on the local economy created by Oshkosh's students is not to be An economic impact study done by NorthStar Economics for the university in the fall of 2003 showed that students spent over million at privately owned area businesses the previous professor said that even though students have put over million into local area that money has a much greater effect when cycled through the spending money within the students cause a multiplier effect when bunches of money go into a particular McGee money then goes to the person who is able to stay in the community that this case the multiplier effect caused the million to turn into million toward the local effect students have on locally owned small businesses varies greatly depending on the type of who owns Liquor Locker along with his brother said their business thrives on university students are 90 percent of my annual Klemm I only have a business seven months out of the year because of summer vacation and Christmas New Moon Coffee Company owners Aaron and Jason Baer share Klemm's they are not as reliant on college students to attract we're busier when is in but during the summers it's just a transition from college to high school Aaron students help our but the rest of the community is enough to keep us popular area businesses such as Toppers Subway and Papa John's said nearly half of their business is to the university's students spend Page 3 future awaits possible Eric L. Merryfield Amie Dean of Students is reviewing the fraternity system at the to determine if recommendations to alter the university status of fraternities are Chitwood plan at a Feb. 9 Council have been disappointed in what their overall performance been as fraternities on he said he would take four to six weeks to review informi mation and meet with fraternity leaders before deciding whether to recommend Elliot vice chancellor of student to pursue further I really want to do is work with individual and especially the to of these Chitwood Sigma President Jeremiah Winscher said the Greek community is willing to cooperate 100 percent with there is a possibility that the Oshkosh Greek system will be smaller after this re-examination of Oshkosh fraternities could result in none or certain chapters losing their recognition with the a fraternity loses sity it is no longer allowed to use to host chapter events or participate in university-sponsored events such as homecoming and Winter declined comment pending forthcoming main reason for the according to fraternity has been a lack of communication between administrators and the Greek think that it really has been a matter of easy for us as fraternities not to talk to them and them as administrators not to talk to said Alan Beta Theta Pi the possible implication of removal from the Greek Winscher remains positive about the Page 2 Election Kerry takes Wisconsin's by paul stolen beth Dean shakes hands with students outside Reeve Union before on at the Grand Opera House Feb. 13. Top Howard Dean and his Elizabeth great Bottom Approximately 150 students show support for Dean outside Wins campus loses Robert Vermont Gov. Howard Dean's campaigning efforts in Oshkosh paid off amongst students in wards 13 and 14; Sen. John won the state were 668 total votes cast at Albee Hall close to 20 percent of students in the senior Dan Bush the first primary election that has been it's a respectable received 40 percent of the state vote while Edwards was a close second with 34 Dean came in a distant third with 18 percent of the state Albee Hall Dean received 253 of the Kerry received 193 and Edwards carried 131 Wards 13 and 14 are composed primarily of residence hall rallies student Howard Dean and his wife Dr. Judith Dean visited campus Thursday in front of Reeve Memorial Union to shake hands with Approximately 150 people chanting want wife of presidential candidate Sen. John was scheduled to make a visit to Reeve Feb. 13, but cancelled because of dangerous road She answer questions through a speakerphone to a room of about 25 people and apologized for not being U.S. Senator Max who campaigns for also spoke in Reeve the day of the enthusiastic crowd outside of the union ranged from longtime Dean supporters to students who were undecided or just man carried a sign reading Republicans support Howard want Dr. Dean to Wards 13 and 14 Voting - 8% - 4% - 20% Kerry - 29% total of 668 students cast their vote at Albee Hall yesterday for Wisconsin's Democratic to make it a closer It's going to help Bush in the junior Nate Nelson professor Karen who cannot vote because she is was there for moral would be very supportive of this we are up Foumier with a general interest or curiosity in politics went to the event as don't know much about but it's great that he's in I want to find out where he student Shelby Anderson the brief Dean headed to the Grand Opera House to give a Dean introduced her husband to a crowd of about 500 both got into medicine because we like helping Mrs. Dean to do it at a larger Dean took the he directed his speech toward health which he said he would provide for all Dean said the billion spent on the war in Iraq could have paid for every woman and child in America to have health health care plan would provide those Americans who desire the same coverage as congress Dean's proposed plan residents would pay about a presenting his plan for health Dean criticized Bush for pandering to special interest Dean said he hadn't seen a president who catered to special interest groups this much since Warren a president who doesn't owe anyone anything except for he Page 2 ^ Required credit amount to leave residence halls dropped to 48 Jeremy Schneider Rob The number of credits students will need to 11 leave residence halls and live has been changed from 60 to 48, the equivalent of four 12- credit we've changed here is not the What we've changed are the guidelines of the committee and when they make Director Life James Chitwood if a student were to have lived in the dorms for two years and has attained 55 or so they would generally be was started by the United Students in Residence Halls about five years ago to hear appeals of students who were close to the 60-credit purpose is for special said Tom associate director of Residence It's going to out that have lived in residence halls for two Chitwood Director of committee would hear appeals from students with the amount of could take during the course of a for medical or other Fojtik intent is for someone who has lived in the dorms for two years not to have to sign a contract for a third Chitwood said the number of credits was officially lowered because of student concerns and because it was to justify a student having to sign a contract for a third the contracts are a year if a student earns 48 the end of the first semester in the second students would not be able to break the going to help people out that have lived in residence halls for two They will be given Chitwood Oshkosh built the residence halls the UW System Board of Regents decided the could require students to live in the dorms based on class we have space we require students to live on campus in accordance Board of Chitwood new guidelines could mean more business for local housing rental will certainly be good for our business because of a fairly new amount of said Mike owner of Mokler said that housing is not like it used to more and better housing than there's ever Mokler on 100 percent recycled Please recycle after
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