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Volume 3, Number 97 February 16th, 1990


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  • Page 1

    Food for Thought Is DAKA on its Way Out?
      -Edward Eigerman
    Please don't Cut our Budgets
      -Amara Wiley
    Money Stolen from Kline
      -Jason Van Driesche
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    Alumni Career Mentors Program a Success
      -Jason Van Driesche and Keightie Serrod
    Albee and Robbins Renovated
      -David Biele
  • Page 3

    Math Requirements Recalculated
      -Tom Hickerson
    COG Motivates Students
      -Sarah Chenven
    Woerner Stars as NEW P.R. Director
  • Page 4

    Lithuania Frees itself…
      -Mark Nichols
    …But Not its Women
      -Amy Fenwick
  • Page 5

    Our Environment: The Ebb and Flow of Estuaries
      -Jen Anonia
    Tide Chart for the Hudson River
  • Page 6

    Glory: Not so Glorious?
      -A. Denison
    Too Good to Hang
      -Seth Hollander
    The Jean-Paul Sartre Cookbook
      -Marty Smith
  • Page 7

    A Trip Down Memory Lane: Six All-Time Great Children's Books
      -Amy Sechrist
    Luis Garcia-Renart Performs in Concert
      -Jeung-Hee Kahng
    Rhinebeck Theatre Group to Stage Christie Play
  • Page 8

    • Bard Sweeps First Tri-Match in Living Memory
    • If You Don't Get The Point, You Could Be A Winner
        -Jody Apap
  • Page 10

    Democracy and Courtesy a Necessity
      -Jason Van Driesche
    • Apology Demanded for Slander
    Outlook From The Editors Sanctum
    • All Student Groups Are Created Equal; None are Less Equal Than Others
  • Page 11

    Letters to the Editor
    • Free Speech and Abortion
    • You're Not Funny
    • EPC can't do Anything without Student Input
    • Soviet Studies Club Incensed by CFC letter
  • Page 12



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