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March 5, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 12

KU mourns Clarke Wescoe
Fall events schedule unites Band Day, Family Weekend
Campus food services to blend operations
Wescoe Terrace to see expansion
Spring enrollment records set
Expo experiments
Wheat State Whirlwind plans Kansas expedition
Professor took road less traveled to field of study
Pulitzer-winning journalist comes to KU for lecture

Flock to be feathered, new plumage revealed
Faculty art to be featured in exhibit
Employees of the month honored
Lawsuit appeal dismissed

Judge rules for KU in Watkins Trust case

Drill to highlight safety procedures

‘Really Rosie’ reading
Experts to pour into water conference
Delicate dance

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Drill to highlight safety procedures

Participants will be asked to consider emergency procedures during alarm


Alarm systems that include severe weather alert messages in facilities across KU’s Lawrence campus will be activated during the morning of Tuesday, March 16, as part of a statewide tornado drill.


The university will respond to Douglas County sirens by activating its internal warning and “all clear” signals. The warning will cycle through twice and the “all clear” will be given once.


Participants will not be asked to take shelter during this drill but rather to consider emergency procedures in the case of an actual warning.
An evening drill including sirens on the same day will not involve the university.


KU’s severe weather policy and other emergency policies and safety recommendations can be found at www.ku.edu/emergency.
If there is a possibility of severe weather, the drill will be postponed until Thursday, March 18.


The drill is part of statewide activities during Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 15 through 19.


Information about the Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week and storm information can be found at www.crh.noaa.gov/top/SWAW/swaw04.htm.

KU facilities with weather alert systems:
• Margaret Amini Scholarship Hall
• K.K. Amini Scholarship Hall
• Anschutz Pavilion/Wagnon/Anderson/Parrott
• Child Care Facility (Hilltop Child Development Center)
• Dole Institute of Politics
• Dyche Hall
• Eaton Hall
• Ellsworth Hall
• Haworth Hall—Stewart Wing
• Joseph R. Pearson Hall
• Kansas Union
• Lewis Hall/Mrs. E’s
• Lied Center/Bales Recital Hall
• McCollum Hall—NTS section
• Murphy Hall
• Strong Hall
• Student Recreation Fitness Center
• Templin/Visitors Center
• Twente Hall
• Watkins Memorial Health Center

   
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