the spectator volume lxvii m~|-f.llm-^iigiitjs<sÃŸiag'a september 25 1996 teri anderson executive editor the hunt is on for a new president trustees form committee to begin year-long search the search for a new seattle diversity president is well underway said jim dywer hair of the board of trustees it the annual faculty and stall convocation held last wednesday an eight member committee consisting of seven trustee members and one non-trustee ippointed over the summer pc.irhead the presidential arch added dwyer i fimliwi 1 svi i limn sultivun sj â€¢ former university president retired earlier this month after 20 years in office he cited his alth and age as his primary reasons lor retiring in the meantime provost john eshelraun will serve as the acting president school of business dean jerry viscione will serve as the acting provost dwyer is chairing the committee the other trustees ii it include ann wykoff lather jack clark sj john durbin john ellis cindy sonstelie and father john topel sj paulette kidder the chair of the faculty senate is also on the committee committee members have set a number of requirements for the new president first and foremost the new president must be a jesuit said dwyer the jesuit community constitutes a wealth ol interested and qualified candidates he said in a letter addressed to convocation attendees the search committee is focused on finding the best candidate from that i'nmmuniky over the past couple months there has been speculation that the next president would be a non-jesuit due to an increasingly smaller jesuit community and a number of religiously affiliated schools hiring laymen to serve as presidents most recently bellarmine preparatory a jesuit high school in tacoma hired a layman to serve as their next president the jesuit character of this university is valued by the board of trustees he added it is not sufficient enough to merely mouth the words but walk the walk according lo dwycr the committee recognizes that the next president may be the university's last jesuit if the laymen trend continues committee members believe it's important to find someone that will help prepare the school spiritually anil academically for a future without a jesuit at helm he said the committee is also looking ryan nishio / photo editor provost john eshelnum was appointed the acting president over the summer school of business dean jetty viscione v ill take his place as provost until a new president is found see eshelman on page .?. the waiting has begun mil itnb tck-to-si hoot lines fill the university services building monday as freshmen and transfer students register eshman enrollment numbers are up see inside story on page 2 another year another detour peggy eaton news editor butt hut completed chapel on the way throughout seattle university chanties are evident summer has turned to autumn graduating stu dents have given way lo incoming ones and new construction projects continue appearing in the ongoing campus facelift these change create a constant on campus the ever present visibility of cranes construction vehicles and the noise and detours that come with a school under construction the largest campus project this year is the construction ol the chapel of st ignatius on northern end of the lower mall over the summer the chapel site wa.s exca vated the reflecting pool ai . was cleared and flattened and the i walls were poured and erected the next step in chapel construc tion will begin in october w hen the rool is added so far cha con struction is on schedule and on bud get and the expected complt . on is targeted lor early to mid a construction costs for the - impel will total 3 million with the total bill for the chapel of st ignatius comirig to approximately 5 mil lion according to denis ransi see changes on page 4 see search on page 3 nonprofit org us postage paid seattle wa permit no 2783 iii iii lliu marcia marcia marcia homophobia invades an get back on track for fall with the the bradys are back in a election-year white house guide to su far-out sequel opinion 11 special pullout inside a&e,7
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