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Volume 11, Number 8 April 22nd, 1998


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  • Page 1

    Oli Spill "Facts" Inconsistent: Was There a Cover-up?
    • Conflicting reports call into question the true reasons for the disaster and the true cost of cleaning it up
        -Amy Foster
    Bardians Join Jericho March in Washington
    • Dozens of Bardians protest for release of U.S. political prisoners
        -Jeff GiaQuinto
    Malcolm X Speaks, Does Bard Listen
    • BBSO presents screening, talk with Muslim Chaplain
        -Basil Bouris
  • Page 4

    Breaking the Confines of the Bureaucratic Machine
    • Tivoli Free Health Clinic answers need for a people's health care; affordable services now available
        -Michael Haggerty
    Ex-Bardian Forced to Leave Chiapas
    • Human rights worker Pasquarella deported by Mexican government
        -Stephanie Schneider
    Emergency Forum
  • Page 5

    Celebrating 50 Years of Women at Bard
      -Stephanie Schneider
    Red Hook's BRIDGES Program Flourishes
    • Eleven Bard faculty members and forty-five students are participating in educational exchange
        -Stephanie Schneider
  • Page 6

    Earth Coalition Responds to Increase in Production of Garbage With New Recycling Incentive Program
      -Doug Jones
  • Page 8

    Plays of Strindberg, LeRoi Jones, Woody Allen Performed in Two Recent Student Programs
      -Nadja Carneol
  • Page 9

    Forty Years of Dynamic Drama, Dance, Courtesy of Bill Driver
      -Luis Moreno
    Nearby Hamlet's Rosendale Café Bland, Quirky [Restaurant Review]
      -Stephanie Schneider
  • Page 10

    Upcoming Events
  • Page 11

    Zine Scene
    • Library Receives Mounds o' Material
        -Lauren Martin and Elissa Nelson
  • Page 12

    The Well-Tuned Professor: Composer Kyle Gann Gracefully Endures "Minimalistic" Interview
      -Meredith Yayanos
  • Page 13

    Record Reviews
    • Pop Rules Everything
        -Joel Hunt
  • Page 14

    Erotic Obsessions
    • Injustice for Some
      • Making a mockery of Oscar
      -Leah Zanoni
  • Page 15

    Choice Still Main Issue With Proposed Hospital
      -Shawnee Barnes
  • Page 16

  • Page 17

    Jericho '98 Attracts Thousands of Protestors, Over 50 Bardians
  • Page 18

    Women's Rugby: Will They Too Sup of the Famed Drinking Boot?
      -Anna-Rose Mathieson
  • Page 19

    Intramural Sports
    • Soccer Wraps it Up, Basketball is Underway, and Softball Begins
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
    New Study Shows Softball to be Hazardous to Your Health
    • In game of passion sometimes hearts explode
        -Jeremy Dillahunt
  • Page 20

    • Raiders of the Lost Salt: The Last Crusade
        -Chris Van Dyke and John Holowach


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