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Volume 6, Number 97 March 9th, 1990


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  • Page 1

    Bard's Long-Range Development Plans
      -Jason Van Driesche
    "What to do with a B.A." Day
      -Emily Horowitz
    Suspensions Lifted at Simon's Rock
      -Keightie Serrod
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    Hoffman-Kellog Library Receives New Periodicals
      -Andrea J. Stein
  • Page 2

    Amnesty International Group Conducts Death Penalty Survey
      -Jason Van Driesche
    Bard's MAT Program: Its Problems and Possibilities
      -Kathy Bannon
  • Page 3

    Blum Quilting Exhibit Illustrates Local Diversity
      -Kristan Hutchison
    A Fresh Look
    • Its All a Matter of Perspective
        -David Biele
  • Page 4

    Dance Against the Dump
      -Kristan Hutchison
  • Page 5

    What You Think ALTERNATIVES Means
    And a Little Child…
      -Mary Smith
    The Love of the Nightingale
      -Max Guazzoni
  • Page 6

    One for the Ladies: The Past Made Fresh Again
      -Seth Hollander
    Fuller Works to Be on Display at Blum in April
      -Amy Bachelder
    Celebrate Earth Day: Paly Bucky's "World Game"
      -Amy Bachelder
  • Page 7

    Leo Smith: A Musical Thinker
      -Jeung-Hee Khang
    And then Came the Fun
      -Robin Cook
  • Page 8

    • B-Ball Finishes at 7-17
    • Men's V-Ball Sliding, Losing 4 in a Row
    • Monday Night vs Marist
        -Jody Apap
  • Page 10

    Outlook From the Editors Sanctum
    • Alternate Views: Stop Your Whining and Write
    Letters to the Editor
    • Model UN Advisor: Thanks for all the Help and Participation
  • Page 11

    Student Hit by Car
      -Brenda Montgomery
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