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October 21, 1987 - Image 31

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College Life
Burnout: With greater costs and
difficult career decisions,
student stress is running
high Page 4
A drug that may block the side
effects of stress Page 7
Speed seems dangerously
accepted Page 8
Miami's quarterback competes
with a legacy Page 13
* Today's hyperactive
orientation Page 14
Education
* Sewanee maintains academic
traditions on its Tennessee
mountaintop Page 16
* Residential colleges
prosper Page 18
* Studying peace Page 21
Careers
Tough times for TV jobs Page 24
Resumes: Susquehanna's required
career-exploration course; a
policeman; a graduate school
in political management; a
guide to international careers;
a free-lance tour guide Page 26
New bottom line for
accountants Page 30
Arts &
Entertainment
Books: A flood of "graphic
novels" Page 38
Music: R.E.M. goes from obscure to
oblique; a journeyman singer
croons for the spotlight;
evocative rock from Paul Kelly
and the Messengers Page 43
Television: Dennis Franz, and the
character Norman Buntz,
find new life after "Hill
Street Blues" Page 45
Movies: A splatter movie with
class Page 45
Departments
Multiple Choice: Learning French on
PBS; student court for parking
violations at the University of
Florida; a 72-year-old makes
the tennis team at Salem State;
recruiting media retirees to
teach at Chicago's Columbia
College; a Tulane prof who
works for the National
Enquirer; a fast-food lab at
Wisconsin Page 34
My Turn Page 46
The Mail Page 2
Cover: Photo by Al
Francekevich.
(c) 1987 NEWSWEEK, INC.: 444 MADISON
AVENUE, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10022. ALL RIGHTS
RESERVED.
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