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Friday, May 30, 2008

ANTS Student E-News - Friday, May 30th, 2008

In this message:

- Bookstore summer hours
- Liddy Gerchman Barlow Ordination
- Lisa Kemper Ordination
- From the Registrar's Office
- Andover Newton Dumpsters
- Library schedule notice
- Summer & AY09 Resident Representatives Announced
- Gardens at ANTS


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Bookstore summer hours
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Summer hours:

Mon. - Thurs. 9-5 pm
Friday 9-4 pm


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Liddy Gerchman Barlow Ordination
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The Cheshire Association of the United Church of Christ invites your
presence and your prayers for the ordination of Liddy Gerchman Barlow
this Sunday, June 1, at the United Church of Christ in Keene, 23
Central
Square, Keene, New Hampshire. The service begins at 4 p.m., followed by

a light supper reception. Clergy and seminarians are invited to robe
and
process, and everyone is invited to wear red in celebration of the Holy

Spirit.

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2008 Commencement Awards
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Members and friends of the ANTS community are cordially invited to
celebrate the ordination of Elizabeth Michele Kemper (MDiv '07) into the
Unitarian Universalist ministry. The service will be held at First
Parish Church Unitarian Universalist in Northborough, MA at ten o'clock
in the morning, Saturday, June 7, 2008. The offering will be shared
between the Religious Institute for Sexual Morality, Justice & Healing,
(www.religiousinstitute.org)and the UUA's Living Tradition Fund.All are
welcome.

Clergy and Seminarians are invited to robe and process. Those who wish
to do so should gather at 9:15. For more information and for directions,
please visit www.findingselah.com ( http://www.findingselah.com/ ) and
click on "ordination".

Peace and Love to you, and I hope you will join in the celebration!
Lisa

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From the Registrar's Office
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(Spring 2008 Grades)

Friday, May 30- Spring grades due in the Registrar's Office.
Students will be able to check their grades on connect after June 1st.
The following special grade indicators are also used:
AU Audit
Y Year Course
I Incomplete
IP In Progress
MI Medical Incomplete
NC No Credit
NG No Grade Submitted
P Pass
S Satisfactory
TR Transfer Credit


(Course Canceled)

PSYP 648/848J Recovery from Bereavement, Prof. Thompson - Canceled

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Andover Newton Dumpsters
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'Tis the season to be cleaning out rooms and packing up for the summer.
Please remember that only trash may be thrown into Andover Newton
dumpsters. No furniture, bicycles, or electronics--especially items
like computer monitors, which contain hazardous materials--should be
thrown into the dumpsters. Our trash removal company will not empty
dumpsters into which non-authorized items have been thrown. If you have
any questions about what is allowed in the dumpsters, please contact
your Resident Representative or Amelia O'Dowd in the Housing Office
(ext. 261).

Thank you for your cooperation,

Nancy Nienhuis
Dean of Students and Community Life

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Library schedule notice
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Library Schedule
May 10-June 1

Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Saturday-Sunday closed

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Summer & AY09 Resident Representatives Announced
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This summer Kurt Walker (Herrick) and Liz Miller (Appleton Chase) will
be serving as the summer Resident Representatives on the campus. Next
fall Resident Representatives will be: Carol and Len Hayward, Fuller;
Jeremiah Rood, Kendall; Liz Miller, Appleton Chase; Kurt Walker,
Herrick; and Andy Edwards and Sharon Houlahan, Farwell.

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Gardens at ANTS
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Gardening is underway....others welcome!!

The "soil" in our garden plot across the road from the southeast end of
Davis Hall is turned. There are many small rocks, so root crops are
probably not the best choice this year. Also we will want to remove some
of the remaining roots to make room for veggies. Being the first year
this has been cultivated in many years it requires some persistence to
prepare the soil. All have agreed to garden organically....no chemical
fertilizers or pesticides.

Twelve plots have been marked off with a small (about 1 foot) path
between plots. Eight plots are already claimed. The remaining four plots
are open, first come, first served.....but you must check in with us to
see which are the ones still available. We have tools that were
purchased by the SA in previous years.

Please pass the word. If you are interested contact:
Judy Brandon - JBrandon@ants.edu
Liz Garrigan-Byerly - EGarriganByerly@ants.edu