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Volume 18, Number 98 February 15th, 1991


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  • Page 1

    Budget Especially Tight This Semester
      -Tanya Panin
    Red Hook Law May Threaten Bard's Freedom
      -Jonathan Englert
    Dear Mr. President
      -Michael Stimac
  • Page 2

    Public Assembly
    • Adopted by the Town Board of Red Hook
    Students Set Their Agenda Against the War
      -Christie Searing
    David Steinberg Forms Alternative Society
      -Melinda Loges
  • Page 3

    Bard Shuttle Bus Running "Like Clockwork"
      -Greg Giaccio
    Database Seeks to Match Seniors With Jobs
      -Rob Cutler
  • Page 4

    What is This! [Sculpture in Tewksbury Field]
    • Goodby, "Hello, America"
    Practicing Buddhism in Annandale
      -Greg Giaccio
    Student Population Changes With Semesters
      -Greg Giaccio
  • Page 5

    Ineffable Effrontery
      -Ephen Glenn Colter
    Club Forum
      -Coalition for Choice
    Spandex's Return
  • Page 6

    Hey Guys, Check Out Those Skinny Legs
      -Jonathan Miller
    No Food Rules and Food for Thought Rules [Restaurant Review]
      -John J. Dalton
  • Page 7

    New Video Release Not for the Squemish
      -Matthew J. Lee and David Draper
  • Page 8

    Three New Administrators at Stevenson Gymnasium
      -Jody Apap
    Bard Squash Team Earns First Win
    • But railed when forced to step on the court
        -Matt Phillips and Jody Apap
    Bard Squash Team Earns First Win
    • Fencers Fare Well at Bard's First Intercollegiate Match
        -Jody Apap
    Bard Squash Team Earns First Win
    • Dribblers Lose a Close One at Home
        -Jody Apap
  • Page 9

    Valentine Proposals
  • Page 10

    Outlook From the Editor's Sanctum
    • All Aboard for a Bumpy Ride
  • Page 11

    Letter From the White House
    Justification for the Peace Movement
      -Andrew Yoon
    Forum Corrections
      -David O'Reilly
  • Page 12



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