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Volume 7, Number 8 February 9th, 1998


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  • Page 1

    Drugs, Fraud, and Vandalism: Official Numbers
    • Safety and Security 1997 stats reveal the underbelly of Bard
        -Abigail Rosenberg
    Professors Drop Clinton's Pants
    • Chace, Kahn lament subversion of political process in recent lecture
        -Lilian Robinson
    Grant of $94,000 Boosts Work-Study, Promotes Literacy
    • Half will pay Bardians to educate local children
        -Stephanie Schneider
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    Two Hundred Student Activists to Visit Bard
      -Andrea Davis
    Convocation Fund Allotments for Spring Semester 1998
  • Page 3

    Warm-fuzzy Regression Hypnosis, Courtesy of the Tinklepack Kids
    • Great Yo-Yo Caper Metamorphosizes Cocoon Theatre
        -Meredith Yayanos
  • Page 4

    Prying Game, A Thin Line on at the Curatorial Studies
    • Work of Bard photographers and graduate students on exhibit in two shows; both end February 15
        -Lauren Feeney
    Erotic Obsessions
    • Heavenly Creature Gobbled by Formulaic Trash
        -Leah Zanoni
  • Page 5

    Nice Racks, Spice Babies Got Back… on Screen
    • Gratuitous self-promotion reigns in Spiers' bootyful flick
        -Nate Schwartz
    Deconstructing Spice: Exegesis of the "Zigazag"
    • Most believe the world-famous Spice Girl lyrics have made us all dumber people, but they have yet one defender on the Bard campus
        -Scott Commerson
  • Page 6

    Minimalist Décor, Maximum Flavor the Rule at Tivoli's Stoney Creek
    • Connoisseurs will appreciate Wine Discovery Thursday when bottles are one-third off regular price
        -Abigail Rosenberg
    The Zine Scene
    • Erotic Zines: Get it on, Get it on
        -Elissa Nelson and Lauren Martin
  • Page 7

    It's a Whole New World of Sound: Minimalism, Microtonality and What's Next
      -Joel Hunt
  • Page 8

    Was Tucker's Death the Result of an Opinion Poll?
    • Recent execution raises questions about media coverage
        -Ami Copeland
    Upcoming Events
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    The Rise May Have Plateaued
    • Lady-Raptor's basketball harried by injuries to back court
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Women Look to Squash Some Red Out of Bluebloods
    • Holy Grail of squash approaches
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    Bard Bruised in Hoboken
    • Fencing team off to good start
        -Diana Oboler and Chris Van Dyke
  • Page 12

    • Bot-man's Big Happy Fun Page


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