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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 25

…0 0 A Home Away romDorm Every college has a hangout-a place where you can eat, drink, talk, study or cry. college without a good hangout is right, a student can count on being left other college memories have faded. If the like a ship without a lifeboat. A alone when he wants to be, or fussed over place has closed, their grief becomes al- hangout is a place where a student when he needs that. Also, there's food. A most unbearable. Listen t...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 25

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 26

… @1 K. -1 0_ CAREERS i 1 --- Too iMeangj Profession6Iase Legal, medical and business degrees once were golden passkeys. Now they are losing some of their luster. nee upon a time, the letters J.D., tion and federal cutbacks have also created O1 M.D. and M.B.A. seemed to spell a glut of lawyers in Washington, D.C. In the "guaranteed jobs." A diploma three highest-paid business fields-man- from law, medical or business school was a agement ...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 26

… --m-l 7W } .'..+ . . c t. .sm . . "w " f . w1' ' . _KV a' 5 " ' Vj -I 4 In Step cotton t-shirt, $20; rubber belt with dark grey pouch from Streets Ahead, $28; wooden bangles, $5 ea; jeans, $38; jacket, $64 (left). Deux pan- ts, $45; and top, $52; leather belt, $28; accented with two brass bangles, $15; and a zebra comb in wood, $6; and a leather safari purse, $18. Available at Vintage to Vogue. Background: Lorch Hall Courtyard. 0 0 N 3...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 27

…0 iNOPSTAGE ALL YOU WANT IF MAILED T IN THET KNOW UNITED STATES I. BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LIVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NEWWE 0M C PU THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, N.J. 07039 I11iii I BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO. 250 LVINGSTON, NJ. POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE NWSW P THE NEWSWEEK BUILDING BOX 414 LIVINGSTON, NJ. 07039 BUSINESS REPLY CARD FIRST CLASS PERMIT NO.250 ...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 27

… w -. U U I uiIc The look of our leaders TO catch a thief Steve Goodman & 0. ). Anderson Office of Major Events Lydia Mendelssohn Theater 8 p.m., Saturday, March 31 By Joseph Kraus G L OOK SHARP, Watson, the criminal always returns to the scene of the crime. "We are looking for a thief; a master thief. After all, a folk festival is not an easy thing to walk away with." A folk festival is certainly not an easy thing to walk away with, but...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 28

… --m-l V V V V -W -1 Simple versus sophisticated By Leslie Pettis W HEN I was in college (1970-75) clothing was more casual and pragmatic. Sure, we had our "uniform," but it was jeans - Levi's that is , not Calvin Klein, Sergio Valen- ti, Gloria Vanderbilt, Chic or Jordache. Have I neglected any? I hope so. Jeans and flannel shirts in winter and T-shirts or work shirts in summer. My biggest fashion decision was: Should I wear the shirt wi...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 29

…MUSIC - OnCampus Triumph of the 'New' By JIM SULLIVAN __ - O- 1f' I.jb The year 1983 will be remembered as the time the rock and roll tide finally turned. Actually, "turned" might be too mild a word for what has happened over the past 18 months. Last year American rock and roll fans embraced a brave new world of pop called New Music, and this commercial and cultural tidal wave crumbled the sea wall of stodgy mainstream rock. A new crop of...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 29

…Y U You've come a long way, baby 0 1 i w a w U V V By Lori Amer j P INK IS FOR girls, blue is for boys," an age old adage used to distinguish the sexes and maintain traditional roles, is no longer as predominant as it used to be. As the times have changed, and -sex roles move closer together, fashion is no longer totally divided. The numerous publications Fashion Power by Robert Lauer, Mirror Mirror by Michael Batterberry, The Why of ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 30

… 0 POPULAR {WITH THE STU ENT BODI ES. EnglishLeathier After shave, cologne and toiletries for men. Make them part of your day, every day. English Leather Drives Women Crazy AMERICA'S BEST KEPT SECRET: WHAT'S ON THE PAYCHECK? Underpaid? Want to know where the money is? Or where the jobs are? How much you should be making? In Dallas, Seattle or A Washington? Now, salaries are secret no more. Because The , American Almanac of Jobs and Salaries...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 30

…U U U ---ml w w w w -0 U :W 1w Something old, something new Why I hate new fashions I By Gary Effman OU WANT to dress punk ... you want to dress funk. You're having a luau and you were too busy drinking in Ft. Lauderdale that you didn't pick up a shirt over break. You need a pair of black plastic sunglasses and Roy Orbison just won't lend you his. Or maybe you're sick of that polyester leisure suit your aunt bought you. Have no fear!...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 31

…F U Pallottine FATHERS & BRO1THERS SINC E 1835 The Pa ottine Fathers &Brothers- A group of men dedicated to the general increase, defense and propagation of faith and charity. / Pa 1ottine -'Fathers & Brothers P.O. BOX 1838, P.G. PLAA I HYA T5VILLE, MD 20788 Please sendinforation I I about the PllottineI I Q Priesthood 0 Brotherhood 9o I Name I Address I city State/Ap I Phone Age- NATIONAL Mondale receiving birthday cake at Alabama: The cand...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 31

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 32

… CAREERS 0 dawn to sign up for interviews with particu- larly desirable employers. Craig Seitel, a senior economics major at Minnesota, re- cently managed to make the lists by arriving at the guidance center at 6 a.m.-and count- ed himself lucky: "I know a couple of really sharp guys who didn't get interviews be- cause they were all filled up. They have only 12 spots per company." growing number of universities are switching to a "bid syste...…

March 30, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 143) • Page Image 32

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March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 33

…NATIONAL AFFAIRS Newsweek OnCampus The New Political Realists While most students ignore Campaign '84, the dedicated learn their lessons. L ong beforehetrooped toNew Hamp- dents is taking a pass on politics, a signifi- organization has more than doubled, from shire in early January to campaign cant minority is working hard. While this 50,000to 125,000,infouryears. (TheDemo- for Gary Hart, political-science ma- year's campus campaigners may ...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 34

… Here's your chance to find out what our policy makers know about this year's major foreign policy issues... and to tell them what you would do if the decisions were in your hands. Great Decisions '84 is a lively briefing that lets you be a political insider. Pub- lished by the Foreign Policy Association, a nonpartisan educational organization, this booklet gives you unique insight into this year's most important issues. You'll learn about U.S...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 35

…MULTIPLE CHOICE Princeton Talks, America Listens 0 0 i CAREERS I i This year, as it celebrates its 10th anniver- sary by donating its tape archives to the Museum of Broadcasting in New York City, "American Focus" claims the biggest audience (2 million-3 million) and widest network (more than 400 stations) of any public-affairs interview-and-discussion se- ries on radio. Its guests have included Sen. William Proxmire (who called it "rele...…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 36

…00 Newsweek MULTIPLE CHOICE OnCampus i f f f oup ks They'd Sooner Smoke a Clove Strange, the things a school term can be remembered for. At Oklahoma, late 1983 became the Season of the Clove as a sud- den and seemingly insatiable demand for imported clove cigarettes competed for at- tention with the Sooner football team on the Norman campus. Everyone from greeks to New Wavers was smoking them-at parties, at meals, in the libraries ("I've got...…

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