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February 29, 1988 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily-Monday, February 29,1988- Page 5

New

Mexico

reveals clues
to the past

Left - A cat suns itself in the Taos pueblo, the oldest continually
inhabited structure in America.
Right - Undated Native American rock painting decorates the walls
of a remote canyon near Ocate, New Mexico.
Below - A young Native American in the Taos pueblo uses a chain
saw to craft a traditional wooden drum.

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Photos by Robin Loznak

AN INTERNSHIP IN LONDON
COULD GIVE YOU A HEAD START IN YOUR CAREER
Go for the Summer or a Semester.

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Platteville
Study in
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Liberal Arts
International Business
Courses available in Spanish
and in English
Fluency in Spanish not required
All courses approved by UW-Platteville
and validated on an official
UW-Platteville transcript
$3225 per semester for Wisconsin &
Minnesota residents.
$3475 per semester for non-residents.

1988/89 dates: Summer - June 1-Aug 9
Fall - Sept 5-Dec 11
Spring - Feb 6-May 14
Places available in: BUSINESS, POLITICS, LAW FIRMS,
MUSEUMS, RESEARCH LABS, SOCIAL SERVICES,
HEALTH CARE, TOWN PLANNING, EDUCATION
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Summer (10 wks) $2,430; Semester (14 wks) $3,950.
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FEBRUARY 29 THROUGH 12 NOON MARCH 4
We are looking forward to having
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1988-89 academic year!
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