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Volume 5, Number 8 November 17th, 1997


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  • Page 1

    SUNY President Bowen Facing Possible Firing
    • Controversial women's conference raises the hackles of conservatives; trustees will decide issue tomorrow
        -Nate Schwartz
    A Dangerous Across
    • Intersection scene of three collisions
        -Abigail Rosenberg
  • Page 3

    Ottaway: Powerful Words Can Shake Up the World
    • Article 19 of Human Rights Declaration focus of walk
        -Nate Schwartz
    Failings of Kline Food Redressed by Reps
    • Menu plans and quality control need work, Food Committee says
        -Andy Varyu
  • Page 4

    Behold Y'alls: Variety of Lectures, Films, Theatre Await the Savvy Student
    • Calendar of Events summarizes the good, the bad, and the ugly with astounding perspicuity and wit
    "Best Kept Secret" "Outed" by Expert on Contraception
    • Report from Planned Parenthood
        -Kyra Carr
  • Page 5

    "Total Theatre" at Bard: Pelleas and Melisanda an Integrated Arts Triumph
    • Modern melding of drama, dance, and music renders tragedy fluid, hypnotic
        -Eric Fraser
    The Zine Scene
    • More Noted from the "Underground"
        -Elissa Nelson and Lauren Martin
  • Page 7

    Album Review
    • The Usual Atmospheric Stuff? Electronica
        -Joel Hunt
  • Page 8

    Movie Review: Boogie Nights: Thirteen Inches of Family Values
      -Abigail Rosenberg
  • Page 9

    Jesus Christ Superstar: Do You Think You're What They Say You Are?
    • First Bard Musical in 20+ years plays to capacity audiences and standing ovations
        -Caitlin Jaynes
  • Page 10

    • The Effects of the Moon
        -Nicole DiSalvo
    Restaurant Review
    • The Stabl-izing Force of Foster's
        -Stephanie Schneider
  • Page 11

    Education in South Africa Stifled by Agenda and Demands of the Rich
    • PIE student laments Mandela's condemnation of protests, government capitulation
        -Michael Canham
    The Case Files
    • Roasting the Sacred Cows
        -David Case
  • Page 12

    Observer Editorial Policy
  • Page 13

    Letters to the Editor
  • Page 15

    Women's B-ball Aims to Rain the Long Bombs
      -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Don’t Fence Me In—Touché
      -Jeremy Dillahunt
    With Marienthal, Men's Basketball Nabs Fidelity
      -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Tae Kwan Do Students Earn Black Belts
      -Jeremy Dillahunt
  • Page 16

    • Seven Years in Annandale-on-Hudson
        -Chris Van Dyke and John Holowach


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