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Volume 128, Number 2 -September, 1998




College's Endowment explained
Find out exactly what the College's Endowment is all about and how it affects us.

Construction cuts parking spaces
Have you noticed how tight parking is on campus this year? We have.
Halogen light ban
Bates issues a new policy on torchiere style halogen lights.
New dorm recycling program Environmental coordinator begins new program to increase recycling in dorms.



Reform at Bates over the last six months
See how students have been working to reform Bates after last year's sexual assualt and rape 'uproar.'

A new face for the puddle

Clinton, from beyond the nation's borders
Staff writer David Omom examines the embattled Presidency with one eye on the tenuous international situation.
Editorial: A call for Clinton's resignation
Our Editor-in-Chief calls for the resignation of our Commander-in-Chief



A friendly face at the Bobcat Den
Staff Writer Meredith Gethin-Jones talks with Pablo Colon, the manager of The Bobcat Den

A personal response to nature
Staff Writer Susan Lydon ponders the Maine landscape and a new exhibit at the Bates College Museum of Art.
The art of stamp collecting
Sameer Raj Maskey expounds upon the joy and passion of philately.



V-Ball victorious in round robin
Bates Women's Volleyball victorious over Colby and Gordon.

Men's soccer lacking execution
Women's soccer: talent there, but where, oh where?
White Mule hides for sale here: check with ruggers for details

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