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Volume 8, Number 97 March 23rd, 1990


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  • Page 1

    Bookstore to Come Under Private Management
      -Edward Eigerman
    Proposed New York State Budget to Reduce Funding to Student Aid
    Workstudy Students to Protest for Higher Wages
      -Jason Van Driesche
  • Page 2

    Fate of Annandale Road still in Dispute
      -Edward Eigerman
    Lyceum Theater Plans for Expansion
      -Keightie Sherrod
    Coalition for Choice Active
      -Lisa Sanger
  • Page 3

    Senior's Project Focuses on Lesbian Mother
      -David Biele
    Bard's Sexual Harassment Policy: What to Do
      -Meadow Goldman
  • Page 4

    Worth the Wait: First Sacred Concer Postponed
      -Kristan Hutchinson
    Bard's Support Groups offer Students Chance to Help Themselves
      -Tom Hickerson
  • Page 5

    Max Goes to Dance Theatre I
      -Max Guazzoni
  • Page 6

    Creativity of Dance Concert a Dynamic Success
      -Karyn Kloumann
  • Page 7

    Midnight Oil Releases Music for Elevation
    Henry V to Play at Upstate
  • Page 8

    • Special Olympic Training to be at Bard
    • Volleyball Finishes up with 4 Wins
    • Aerobics shouldn't be Intimidating
        -Jody Apap
  • Page 9

    Publisher Offers a way to Write a "Custom" text for Every Class
  • Page 10

    Epistles from Above
      -Amara Wiley
    Outlook From The Editor's Sanctum
    • Preventive Care Needed in Mental Health
  • Page 11

    Letters to the Editor
    • Gossip for Fun and Profit
    If You're Going to Florida for Spring Break
    1990 Application for Podiatry School, Medical School Entrance Exams now Available
  • Page 12

    The News Wasn't Truth and the Truth Wasn't News
      -Kristan Hutchinson
    Students Help Accident Victim on Route 9G


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