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Volume 127, Number 7 - October 31, 1997



Students, faculty, staff protest in Lane sit-in;
Deans sign contract supporting queer issues

In the wake of the wrongful dismantling of the Coming Out Weekend displays, the student coalition behind the displays drove a hard bargain with administrators in Lane Hall, negotiating an agreement to address their demands as an epic sit-in took place a few feet away.

NESCAC vote nears, postseason play in jeopardy
Forums keep issues of homophobia prominent
Gened: faculty search for light at end of tunnel - a vote
RA battles apathy, unfilled committees
Filmmaker Regge Life to speak at Bates
Caspi, Lopez, Kuritz to discuss books
Health Center: Terror of Treats



Pending NESCAC vote sparks debate
A Bates athlete examines the growing divisions among the NESCAC schools - and within Bates - over the pending vote on whether to continue post-season play in NESCAC.

Junior expresses reservations about Queer Coalition
AP deems Bates sit-in not newsworthy
Point/Counterpoint: North Woods native for clearcutting referendum
Point/Counterpoint: Clearcutting referendum full of loopholes
Editorial: Editors define journalistic integrity
Letter: A challenge to the Bates community
Letter: Rotundo seeks re-election to school board



Simons claims institutionalized marginalization
The GLBA coordinator and Coalition of Angry Students member talks with Tina Iyer about her experiences over the past few weeks and the state of homophobia at Bates.

AIAO: Bates' funnel for native knowledge
Liam Clarke speaks out about the RA
Lunch at Austin's: Maria Libby makes it easier for us to be green


The Arts

What's wrong with the Big Picture?
Arts Editor Tania Ralli takes a look at the just-opened Bates Museum of Art exhibit "The Big Picture," and doesn't like what she sees.

"Bang On A Can" infused with vibrant sounds
"Washington Square" remake doesn't live up to original film
Arts In Maine



Football downs Colby, 22-21!
Surviving a harrowing finish to a hard-fought game, the Bobcats took their 100th meeting against the White Mules on Homecoming Weekend in Waterville, giving them their first win since the epic 1995 victory over Bowdoin.

"Whackers" crowned IM soccer champs
Bates-Bowdoin: will it be a crazy 100th?
Men's rugby defeats Plymouth State
Yeah, Bates!: excited fans tackle Maury the Mule
Athletes of the Week
Sports Scoreboard

Question on the Quad
Why do people celebrate Halloween?

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