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Volume 7, Number 1 November 12th, 1984
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Students Disappointed By Election; Mondale Sweeps Bard In Poll
    • Mondale Receives 75% Of Votes Cast
        -Ellen Barker Features Editor
    Jesse Jackson Speaks At Vassar
      -Christina S. Griffith Managing Editor
    Photograph
      -Robert Jacoby
    Results of the Oberver Poll
    Mods Are "Absolutely Safe" - On Site Inspection Report
      -Scott Pass Editor in Chief
    Analysis
    • America's Future Under Ronald Reagan
        -Aaron Lichtman Local News Correspondent
  • Page 2

    Campus News Briefs
    • Medieval Historian To Speak
    • Senator McCarthy To Come To Bard
    • New Coffee Shop Manager
    • President Botstein's Busy Schedule
    • After Lengthy Delays, WXBC Back On Air
    Alumni Day A Success, Fountain Dedicated
      -Mary Mason Staff Writer
    Awards Dinner Tonight; Capital Campaign To Begin
    Workers' Union Vote To Be Held Soon
      -Aaron Lichtman Local News Correspondent
  • Page 3

    "Fast For A World Harvest" To Be Held This Thursday
  • Page 4

    Editorial
    • All Is Not Lost - Unless We Slip Into Apathy
    Things To Do Over Thanksgiving Break
    Not Exactly News
      -Scott Pass
    Political Cartoon
      -CPS
    Letter
    • "Bard Park" Is Nice, But Blithewood Residents Are Still In The Dark
        -Christina S. Griffith
    Letter
    • Bad Checks Are Giving Bard Students A Bad Name
        -Molly Sullivan
    Letter
    • Food Service Waste
        -Chris LeGoff
  • Page 5

    Student Union And Ludlow Make Progress
      -Scott Pass Editor in Chief
    Letter
    • Special Projects Fund Set Up Poorly
      • The Planning Committee
        • Delia Mellis, Chair
        • Gary Mosca, Treasurer
        • Dorothy Atcheson
        • Lexi Bilancia
        • Karl Dinkelspiel
        • Nadja Shafir
        • Lee Tracy
    Tuitions Could Top $180,000 By 2002
      -College Press Service
    Inkblots
      -Julie Threlkeld
    Quote of the Issue
      -Junius
  • Page 6

    Cultural Notes
    • Thomas Hart Benton Exhibit In Blum
    • Da Capo Players To Perform
    • New Literary Magazine Forming
    • Evening Of Fitzgerald
    Ecology Field Station Undergoes Expansion
      -Michele Preli News Director
  • Page 7

    "Right You Are" - An Exciting Performance
      -Thea Mohr Arts Page Director
    Rave Tesar A Big Hit At Bard
      -Thea Mohr Arts Page Director
    Photograph
      -Arthur Aviles
    Dance Theater III Appealing, Well-Executed
      -Amanda Maguire Staff Writer
  • Page 8

    Advertisement
  • Page 9

    Photograph
      -Oscar Cragwell
    Thrift Stores Offer Just About Anything
      -Chris Hord Staff Writer
    Kate Wolff: Reminiscences
      -Christina S. Griffith Managing Editor
    Note
  • Page 10

    Advertisements
  • Page 11

    Continuation Of Previous Articles
  • Page 12

    Sports
    • Harriers Make History: Men's Team Qualifies For Nationals, Griffith Named
    Sports
    • "Coach Of The Year"
        -Tim Leshan Staff Writer
    Photograph
      -Jessica Klein/Greg Gruntler
    Volleyball Team Captures N.A.C. Tournament
      -Dorothy Atcheson Sports Editor
    Women's Tennis Concludes Difficult First Season
      -Michelle Preli Staff Writer
    Men's Soccer: Good Games Despite 4-8 Record
      -Tim Leshan Staff Writer

 

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