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Mother posts bond
to release Dunagan
DUNAGAN from page 1
“He is more than welcome back
at Pius High School,” Hansen said
Wednesday. Lancaster County Chief
Deputy Attorney John Colbom said
Dunagan was “a bright young man.”
Dunagan’s bond had originally
been set at 10 percent of $500,000 by
Lancaster County Court Judge
James L. Foster. Foster had denied a
request for a lesser bond, but had said
he would consider other options dur
ing a short hearing Wednesday.
Dunagan was arrested early
Tuesday morning just hours after
police began their investigation.
In an affidavit filed Tuesday in
Lancaster County Court, police
claim that Dunagan’s father and
mother got into a verbal argument
Monday evening. Dunagan went into
his room and loaded the shotgun in
case the aigument got physical.
Later, the affidavit said,
Dunagan’s father made a threat
towards his mother, and the son went
to his room for the shotgun, returned
to find his father on the couch, and
fired three times. Prosecutors have # I
said the father made no threats
toward his son, and that no physical
altercation had taken place.
Dunagan’s next court date is Oct
Senior vice chancellor j
gives UNK resignation
By Ted Taylor
The No. 2 administrator at the
University of Nebraska at Kearney
resigned Wednesday, citing his own
error and misunderstanding over a
Senior vice chancellor, Gene
Wubbels, told the Daily Nebraskan
his resignation came after a budget
reallocation, which moved several
funds to different areas of priority on
campus, did not meet a targeted goal.
Wubbels, who has served 254
years as senior vice chancellor, had
wofk#d extensively with a budget
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by UNK Chancellor Gladys Styles
Johnston last year. He said when
some of the final reallocation goals
were not met in August, he felt some
“At that point it was discovered
we had undershot the goal by quite a
bit,” Wubbels said. “It became
increasingly clear that it was a source
of grief for the chancellor. I shouldn’t
haw missed the mark that wide.”
James Roark, chairman of the
UNK chemistry department, will
take over the position temporarily.
Wubbels said he had no comment
regarding whether or not his resigna
tion preempted a possible termina
tion from the university.
Johnston did not return calls from
the Daily Nebraskan Thursday night.
Wubbels said his departure was
made “on good terms” and he would
^^^Svising capacity until next
Wubbels, a tenured professor in
chemistry at UNK, will return to the
classroom to teach organic and gen
eral chemistry courses, he said.
Activities scheduled j
for Coming Out Week
By Dawn Dietrich
• Staff Reporter
The Gay Lesbian Bisexual
Transgender Resource Center wants
to use 1997 Coming Out Week to
show homosexual students that there
is a support system for them at UNL.
A week of activities at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
highlighted with a talk by a popular
gay television actor, will lead up to
Coming Out Day on Friday.
National Coming Out Day com
memorates the 1987 march on
Washington for lesbian and gay
“We want to promote visibility,”
Alison Knudson, president of GLBT,
said. Knudson said she thinks that
“tibe more of us who are out, the bet
ter stereotypes will come with it”
GLBT has events planned
throughout the week to aid in its mis
sion. It starts today with an open
house in the GLBT Resource Center,
Nebraska Union Room 234.
The week’s main event is a visit
from actor Wilson Cruz, who played
Ricki Vasquez, a gay teen-ager, on
“My So-Called Life.” He will be in
the Centennial Room of the Nebraska
Union Monday at 8 p.m. Cruz, a 22
year-old who is gay in real life, will
speak about his personal experiences
The Human Rights Campaign
will have political activist Donna Red
Wing speak about “On the Road to
Red Wing is the campaign’s
women’s advocate of the year and
will speak Thursday in the Culture
Center from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
GLBT provides support, counsel
ing and a safe environment for gay,
lesbian, bisexual and transgendered
individuals. It also educates and
informs students about human sexu
ality, Knudson said.
Knudson said one of GLBT’s
goals was to support students. She
also said the group tries to help stu
dents get more information and learn
about their own sexual identities.
“Resources and referrals are what
we are qualified to do.” Knudson
said. “We are here and are a student
organization for GLBT people.”
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