The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 16, 2002, Image 2

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The school was swiftly locked down and stu dents kept in their classrooms as police in riot gear swept the building on Amsterdam Avenue between 65th and 66th streets. “They wanted us to be in the room, locked up until they had things under control,” said senior Giorlys Alvarez, 17, who was locked in a classroom for more than an hour. The school's metal detectors and X-ray machines were working Tuesday, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. Teacher Octavia Melian said the school had previous problems with students breaching security. She said students would pass through the metal detectors, then open side doors for their friends to smuggle guns and other items inside. “It’s been a constant concern with the facul ty and the student body,” she said. The shooting was the first inside a New York City public school since September 1994. according to the teachers’ union. The school district is the nation’s largest, with more than a million pupils and 80,(XX) teachers. NEWS IN BRIEF Prosecutors request coroner’s inquiry into 1999 Columbine death GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — Prosecutors have requested a coroner's inquest into the death of a Columbine High School student whose parents claim was accidentally killed by an officer during the 1999 massacre. Daniel Rohrbough's parents say he was shot by a Denver SWAT team member who rushed to the school after teen gunmen Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold began their April 20, 1999, assault. The sheriff's report on the shooting says Rohrbough was shot by Klebold. Coroner Carl Blesch said he hoped to decide on the inquest request by Thursday. Barry Arrington, the parents' lawyer, said Monday he would ask the coroner to delay an inquest until other investigative methods have been exhausted. He said he favors the creation of a legisla tive commission that could issue subpoenas and take testimony in private, allowing wit nesses to be more candid. Jefferson County District Attorney Dave Thomas had earlier declined to call a grand jury. He said the coroner would have sub poena power, though not as extensive as a grand jury. NB| THE BATTALi Forums Continued from pagelj survey will also solicit sti feedback about how mi should be spent on the prj and where the funding sLj come from. Bowen is expected to deJ if Bonfire will bum next L: Feb. 8. The use of professional! logs and concern for rec. opportunities for student im u I support this Bonfirey but for Bonfire to begrea: again, cut will futvi to come back. iFroi com — Aaron junior psychology rnent in building the rev Bonfire were the chief cottr of forum participants. "Where’s the teamwoii camaraderie that’s built tf working together?” said! Dykes. Class of 1976 Cole said Bowen's para w ere non-negotiable anddo-ti Greek god In an in admitted ti “I just t ‘Pieces fn out, especi Thomtt Dr. Adi derived fre or and frij One of :ult to rem :rowds of Dr. Aai he most < )f crashin For Gal leights sin ibout som “I’m fn Situations i Beck si )f 20 and i n a certaii For Shi “I don’ that cut would return fonht seeable future because a p| e w ho ai high injury rate associated cut activities. “An institution likeA&V ri e johts. cr a responsibility to take care ; fnon type people, and given what pened. we just cannot creak ditions under w hich so mar dents can he severely int" Cole said. Still, many stw insisted that Bonfire withce is only a weak imitation rf 9<)-ycar-old tradition. “I support this Bonfire for Bonfire to be great g cut will have to come L tould hapf said Aaron Cardon, a psychology major. The intense and extensive required to cut down thoi trees helped train students to as a team before they taclit more complex task ofstackr logs, Cardon said. Cole said future Bonfk L cost between S.SOO.OOf *>• $75(),(XX). and that a %#•’- semester fee paid by allsta ' would be sufficient to fi the project. Student Body Schuyler Houser, a seniorii trial engineering major, was encouraged by the 1 turnout at the forums. B said he will not allow unless there is substantial support for the projedf Houser said Bowen will survey response into consii tion before making hisdecis About 10,(XXJ students is vote in student body eledi and Houser said she is hopint at least that many studentsl the time to answer the surv!) Even though all the piece in place for Bonfire 2002 Ji design that Bonfire pl4 insist is absolutely safe i reduced cost estimate for ft Bonfires — Houser said the; still many reasons Bowen’ ultimately decide to \ Bonfire. VICTOR’S Quality Mens & Ladies Boot & Shoe Repair www.seniorboots.coin Juniors order now! Delivery in April 3601 Texas Ave. 1 mile north of campus Hours Mon.-Fri. 8-6:30 Sat. 9-3 846-4114 n^fi i*#'* Want to Play in the Nortligate Music Festival March 21,22,23 2002 Visit http://vvww.NORTHGATEMUSIC.com for an Application and Other Info Deadline for Application is Januaiy 29th THE BATTALION Mariano Castillo, Editor in Chief Mandi Vest, Sci|Tech Editor Brian Ruff, Managing Editor Sommer Bunce, News Editor Brandie Liffick, News Editor Rolando Garcia, News Assistant Lizette Resendez, Aggielife Editor Kendra Kingsley, Aggielife Assistant Lycia Shruni, Aggielife Assistant Cayla Carr, Opinion Editor Richard Bray, Opinion Assistant Rees Winstead True Brown. Sports Editor Doug Fuentes, Sports Assistant Kate Siegel, Copy Chief Rhonda Weinberg, Design Direct/ Chad Mallam, Art Director Guy Rogers III, Photo Editor Sayeda Ismail, Radio Producer Diane Xavier, Radio Assistant , Webmaster THE BATTALION (ISSN #1055-4726) is published daily, Monday through Fridayt ing the fall and spring semesters and Monday through Thursday during the sunW’ session (except University holidays and exam periods) at Texas A&M Univeitf Periodicals Postage Paid at College Station, U( 77840. POSTMASTER: Send addre/ changes to The Battalion, Texas A&M University, 1111 TAMU, College Station,! 1 77843-1111. News: The Battalion news department is managed by students at Texas AS 1 University in the Division of Student Media, a unit of the Department of Journalist News offices are in 014 Reed McDonald Building. 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