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Volume 14, Number 96 December 8th, 1989


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  • Page 1

    Bard's Drug Policy: A Matter of Personal Responsibility
      -Seth Hollander and Jane Glickman
    For Women Only: Reliable Birth Control Options for Female Students
      -Elizabeth Pomeroy Champ
    Food Co-op Ransacked
      -Jason Van Driesche
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    Power Shortage Threatens Bard
      -Jason Van Driesche
    Beware AIDS Buzzwords: They Misinform, Insult and Promote Ignorance
    Asbestos on Campus
    Claire Bloom to Speak on Campus
      -Edward Eigerman
    Bard Launches Mentor Program
      -Edward Eigerman
  • Page 3

    Beth Frumkin: New Face on Campus
      -Andrea Stein
    Freshman Seminar Planned to Expand
      -Tom Hickerson
  • Page 4

    Our Environment
    • Ozone in our Zone
        -Jen Anonia
    Meal Exchange Problems Addressed
      -Amy Sechrist
    Dharma Center Offers Opportunity to Study
      -Meadow Goldman
  • Page 5

    AIDS: The Plague of Our Generation
      -Sarah Chenven
    The Rise and Fall of Bard's Condom Machines
      -Sarah Chenven
  • Page 6

    Beer Column
      -Jody Apap and Chris Hancewicz
    Velcro Dildo Speaks Out
      -Robin Cook
    Candlelight, music to Figure in Christmas Chapel Services
  • Page 7

    Pussywillows to Play at Student Center
      -Whitney Blake
    Looking Back to the "Good Old Days"
      -Amy Sechrist
  • Page 8

    • Bard Basketball Back to Normal
        -Jody Apap
    • Sports Shortcomings at Bard
        -Jason Van Driesche
  • Page 10

    Outlook From the Editors Sanctum
    • It's the end of the Semester, Folks
    • Condom Policy Editorial Riddled with Inaccuracies
    • Thanks from AIDS Committee
    • In the Pursuit of Correct References
  • Page 11

    • Speaking of Rights, Please don't Kill Me with Your Smoke
    What’s Your Bitsche?
      -Max Guazzoni
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