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Volume 3, Number 2 September 24th, 1985
 

ISSUE CONTENT SUMMMARY




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  • Page 1

    Bard Takes Steps To Deal With Asbestos
    • Some Hazards To Students Appears To Remain
        -Pass, Grella, and McCormick
    Pass Resigns Editorship, Turns To Senior Project
    Parker's Resignation: Kridler Says All Was OK
      -Rachel Grella
    Adolph's Up For Sale
      -Juliana Biskeborn
  • Page 2

    Editorial
    • A Suggested Course Of Action
    Bardians Applaud Watson - What Happened?
      -Scott Pass
    Drawing
      -Threlkeld
    On Tourism
      -Rachel Grella
  • Page 3

    Ernest Gaines: 1985 Commencement Address
  • Page 4

    What To Do If You Suspect You Have Asbestos In Your Room
    FDR Awards To Be Given At Bard
      -Christina Griffith, Staff Writer
  • Page 5

    Arts
    • Alexander Archipenko: A Pioneer In Art
        -Thea Mohr, Arts Editor
    Drawing
      -Threlkeld
  • Page 6

    Sports
    • Soccer, Women's Tennis Open With Uncertainty
        -Gavin McCormick, Associate Sports Editor
    Sports
    • Women's Volleyball Team Attempting To Recapture Championship
        -Tim Leshan
    Sports
    • Bard Athletic Schedule
      • Fall 1985
    Sports
    • Harriers Look Strong With Six New Runners
        -Tim Leshan, Sports Editor
  • Page 7

    Advertisements
  • Page 8

    Calendar

 

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