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Previous posts on the Common Application changes include a feature discussing the new prompts and word-limits , and Q&A’s with Common Application Director of Outreach Scott Anderson ; Common App Outreach Advisory Committee member Ralph Figueroa , Dean of College Guidance at Albuquerque Academy; Wayne Locust and Nathan Fuerst from Admissions at University of Connecticut ; and Vanderbilt University’s Dean of Admission Douglas Christiansen . Next up: our Q&A with Jeannine Lalonde, Senior Assistant Dean of Admission at University of Virginia.
On November 27, 1998, in the worst bus accident of Metro's 25-year history, the driver of a southbound Route 359 express bus is shot twice as the bus begins crossing the Aurora Bridge, which crosses the Lake Washington Ship Canal in Seattle. After shooting the driver, the shooter, Silas Garfield Cool, 43, originally of New Jersey, turns his .380 automatic handgun on himself. The bus drops 50 feet into the Fremont neighborhood, killing one passenger and injuring 32 others. The driver, Mark McLauglin, 44, passenger, Herman Liebelt, 69, and the shooter die.