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Volume 2, Number 8 October 6th, 1997


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  • Page 1

    Tivoli Bays Rape Investigation Stalled
    • Unofficial cuts may have been made concerned community unites in alarm
        -Meredith Yayanos
    Meeting Addresses Multiculturalism
      -Caitlin Jaynes
    Security Gives Student the Boot
    • Top-secret weapon unleashed upon unsuspecting campus
        -Basil Bouris
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    Community Garden Offers a Bit of Soil
      -Lilian Robinson
    Editorial: Working in Solidarity is Critical to Opposing Investigation Cuts
  • Page 3

    History of a New Dean: Jon Becker
      -Caitlin Jaynes
    Getting to Know the DOSO (qua?)
      -Caitlin Jaynes
  • Page 4

    Bertelsmann Campus Center to Break Ground Parent's Day
      -Michael Haggerty
    Security Beat: Chatting With Bob Brock
      -Lukas Alpert
    Sound Bites
      -Scott Commerson
  • Page 5

    Tenderness and Despair: Goddard's Contempt
    • 1962 adaptation of Alberto Moravia's A Ghost at Noon playing this week
        -Jonathan Fontaine
    How to Confuse Friends and Irritate People
      -Joel Hunt
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    Jazz Legend Celebrated
    • Festival honors Coltrane's work with a full day of performances
        -Melanie Sara Shaw
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    The World Unites Under Puppets [Alumnus Fred Greenspan performs]
      -Stephanie Schneider
    Oz's In and Out Queries: Hey, are You a Real Man?
    • Kline, Dillon, Cusack Can't Save Ailing Company
        -Nate Schwartz
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    Douglas, Penn Fuel Finchner's Complex New flick, The Game
      -Nate Schwartz
    Conjuring the Beast
    • Paleontology expert delivers lecture on facts and fictions of Spielberg's dinos
        -Meredith Yayanos
  • Page 9

    Y'all Listen Up Now, Ya Hear?
    • "I ain't no redneck," claims North Caroline resident turned Bard highbrow
        -Scott Commerson
  • Page 10

    Presenting the Chickpea in a Whole New Light
    • Mughal Raj Indian Tandoori restaurant serves up a plentiful array of traditional cuisine
        -Stephanie Schneider
    Two Plays Introduce Fall Season
    • Dramas of Kroetz concern relations between the sexes
        -Caitlin Jaynes
  • Page 11

    Clermont Historic Site Just Around the Corner
    • Bard is truly an excellent point-of-departure for day trips to local curios
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Upcoming Events
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    Students of Color Address Community, Question Lack of Multiculturalism
    • Letter examines relation between the ideals of liberal learning and the actual conditions encountered by students in their academic and social experiences
  • Page 14

    Botstein Memorandum Offers Proposal for Action
    • President's memo recaps September 25 discussion, submits eleven-part plan to strengthen programs
    No Comment
    • Timing and Other Wrinkles
        -Shawnee Barnes
  • Page 15

    The Case Files
    • Go Ahead: Touch my Base
        -David Case
  • Page 16

    Observer Editorial Policy
    Leon Gast Introduces Film When We Were Kings at Bard
      -Abigail Rosenberg
  • Page 17

    In Search of the Ultimate Fishing Hole
      -Jeremy Dillahunt
  • Page 18

    A Local Flash of Brilliance
    • Men's soccer claims first victory of season
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    A Bun in the Oven and a Kill on the Floor
    • Lean women's volleyball machine and an introduction to volleyball lingo
        -Jennifer Novik
    Busting Heads, Breaking Records
    • Women's soccer goes 5-4
        -Paige Taylor
    Sports Scores and Schedules
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    Of Sports Most Balletic
    • Hunter S. Thompson and running the mile
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Gengis-Khan Influence?
    • 6-1 Women's Tennis steamroll opponents; but what of New Paltz?
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Floor Hockey: Blood Sport?
    • Two days of intramural play will accommodate eleven or more teams
        -Jennifer Novik
    In Grim Loss Rugby Smears Blue Bloods
    • We might not beat 'em on the field, but we can beat 'em into the ground
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
  • Page 20

    • Tales From the Bot-Cave!
        -Chris Van Dyke and John Holowach


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