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March 21, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 114) • Page Image 33

…MARCH 1988 The Student Body - U -nomr Pl opi.. Birth control breakthroughs mean no more Pill popping .. breakthroughs in the study of controlled pre could alow women to receive injections wh vent nronnanrv fnr mnnthq nr clnw-rn]PaeP hr U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER 23 Sports 'shrink' teaches team: Vwinning mixes mind with muscle By Kent Endacott have started using it. Nebrask, Daily Nebraskan among the first. U. of Nebraska, Lincoln "It...…

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 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 34

…COLLEGE L FE SPORTS A New Outburst of Hoopla 6 Purists are flocking to women's basketball, but students are not For decades Iowans young and old have flocked to high-school gyms and big-city arenas to scream their excitement about girls' basketball. But the enthusiasm of the fans and the opportunities for the players seldom extended beyond high-school level. Sel- dom, at least, until C. Vivian Stringer ar- rived five years ago to coach Iowa'...…

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 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 35

… PHOTOS BY DAVID BRADSHAW-UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE 25,000 seats sold and 3,000 wanting to get in at Tennessee: Coach Pat Summitt (left) and a shaken-up player officials tried to find room for an extra 3,000 fans clamoring outside the sold-out, 25,000-seat arena. So who are these newfound fans of the women's game? Oddly, it's not fellow stu- dents who are leading the charge to the arena, but college-town adults and their families. Consider Iowa...…

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 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 36

…1C ' ww1w 0 :. - , © SUSAN ALLEN CAMP Fans in high places: Constitutional scholar Barbara Jordan and other VIP's at UT autographed basketball, a tour of the arena and, finally, earn the privilege of sitting behind the bench during a game. Rutgers gave away posters of its All-American Sue Wicks,withthecaption, "She LightsUpthe Knights," to the first 2,000 fans who arrived for the Maryland game. Tennessee went a lot further: two years ago the...…

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...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 37

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March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 38

…1.C A L L E G E L I F E Rejecting the establishment: At UCLA, the Free Association staff pitches in to mail out the p Thunder on the Left Liberal-to-radical papers challenge conservative pre serve a void of debate," says CNP's Julie Goetz. During the '60s and well into the '70s, the term "alternative press" was almost synonymous with left wing. But in tandem with the Reagan revolution, a well-organized conservative press sprang up in the ear...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 39

…S Honda goes to any length to make improvements. In the new Civic Hatchback, about 5 inches does the job nicely. The longer wheelbase adds a lot more room inside. You'll find the front legroom extends to over 42 inches. That's over half as tall as the average person. There is extra foot room for those of you in the rear seats. More cubic feet behind you in the cargo space. And a new 4-wheel double wishbone suspension system helps give a little...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 41

…alition support for Jesse Jackson. Often, however, alternatives devote much space to international issues. Last fall Free As- sociation produced a 233-inch, two-part se- ries on Central American death squads. Former Perspective editor Mark Guma says readers respond "because finally there's a sort of nonhysterical voice on the left." Yet critics charge-often fairly- that the subjective journalism is out-and- out advocacy. "I think you have to t...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 42

…E A T II Teachers With Lots of fessor at any given col- The most popular pro- lege may teach poetry. Or political science, or phys ed. The subject doesn't matter; the spirit of the teaching does. What students look for is a demonstrated com- mitment to them. NEWSWEEK ON CAMPUS asked its reporters at a dozen schools to search out faculty whose packed classes have become campus legend. The professors they wrote about were, on the surface, very...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 43

…David Grove, the first anthropology professor to win his school's award for Liberal Arts and Sciences Excellence in Teaching, says he learned his craft by example-bad example. "I had a horrible teacher who stood in the front of the class and read his notes, even read his jokes!" Grove promised himself that when he taught, it wouldn't be like that. It isn't. At his class at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, he frequently aban- don...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 44

…T COS the 13 different ways the sound "sh" can be written: i 6 shoe sugar ocean issue nation schist pshaw suspicion nauseous conscious chaperone mansion fuchsia International Paper asked John Irving, author of "The World According to Garp," "The Hotel New Hampshire," and "Set- ting Free the Bears, " among other novels- and once a hopelessly bad speller himself- to teach you how to improve your spelling. Let's begin with the bad news. If y...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 45

…cemetery millinery distillery monastery confectionery stationery (as in paper) Here's another easy rule. Only four words end in -efy. Most people misspell them-with -fy, which is usually correct. Just memorize these, too, and use -ify for all the rest. remember it myself. You add -able to a full word: adapt, adaptable; work, workable. You add -able to words that end in e- just remember to drop the final e: love, lovable. But if the word end...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 46

…E DS at the end of the semester, complete with fried grasshoppers. For his larger lecture class, Grove developed a computer pro- gram that lets students create their own digs. "You get more interested, you do more reading, you listen more attentively," says 1987 graduate Kevin McLaughlin, assess- ing the effects of Grove's technique. "And you learn more." Keeping his students awake in class is only a part of Grove's commitment. "Many teachers...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 47

…If you think the best way to pay for college is to put it off for a few years and join the military, you're half right. Because with the New GI Bill, you can join the Army National Guard and earn over $15,000 for college. But best of all, you serve part-time, as little as two days a month and two weeks a year. Which means you can go to school full-time. Right now. On us. So the question you have to ask yourself is not, can you afford to go to ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 48

…The tape begins with Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. "So you're feeling full of life today," a soothing voice says over the bombastic music. "Let's march along life together, from womb to tomb ... Your mother always said you were a good egg-you were a good egg there in the ovi- duct. You remember the battle: the sperm traveled past the epididymis .. . " This is a biology class? You better believe it, says Prof. Marvin Druger of Syracuse. "You hav...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 49

…TM Sale he Tindy'1000 SX ... or just $899 with a CM-5 Color Morii- 3 5 tor! Now it's more affordable than ever to 10 11 12 get a true PC-compatible computer. The Tandy 1000 SX is incredibly easy to use. _E5 16 17 18 19 And since it even comes with its own 22 23 24 25 26 DeskMate II personal-productivity soft- 29 30 31 ware, you can put the 1000 SX to work from day one. DeskMate II gives you six popular pro- grams on one disk. An easy-to-follow...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 50

…How to stand out in a crowd. The American Express" Card gets an outstanding welcome virtually anywhere you shop, whether it's for a leather jacket or a leather-bound classic. Whether you're bound for a bookstore or a beach in Bermuda. So during college and after, it's the perfect way to pay for just about everything you'll want. How to get the Card now. College is the first sign of success. And because we believe in your potential, we've made...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 51

…a 0 MULTIPLE -lC HOICEwI A Stress Mess * at Stanford Forget those minor wor- ries about exams and pa- pers. The students who used to live in Stanford's Roble Hall know about real, knee- buckling stress-as in San An- dreas Fault. Their 70-year-old dorm was found to be seismical- ly unsafe during a routine testing last December, and all 296 occupants were quickly moved out. Roble-now known as "Rubble Hall"-is the only Stanford dorm to be eva...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 52

… 00, mendations. That's my job." Does pouring your heart out to a machine really work? Wark concedes that psycho- analysts have been "uniformly aghast at the idea," since a computer can't read anxious laughter or a concerned face. Wark argues that the program helps with minor problems. "We wouldn't want anyone who is in an emergency or cri- sis situation," he says. Most stu- dents who participated seemed to have no problem con- fiding in a co...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 53

… WH KIND OFA GUY WOULD JUSI SIAND THERE WHILE HIS BES FRIEND PP BREATHING? A guy who doesn't know CPR. The sad fact is, more people know how to jump-stan a car than know how to save a life. LEARN HOW IDUMSARIE.LEARN RED CROSS CiR. American Red Cross Space for this message contributed as a public service by Newsweek Inc. …

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 55

… A R Conducting Becomes Her A peripatetic orchestra leader wins wide applause for the way she teaches and wields her baton ust reading excerpts from Kay George Roberts's appointment cal- endar is exhausting. June 1987, New York City: guest conductor at Lincoln Center ... August, Lowell, Mass.: prepare to resume teaching and con- ducting at the University of Lowell's College of Music ... September, Glouces- ter, Mass.: start second season as ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 56

…Earning How to judge morality As an undergraduate at New York Uni- versity a decade ago, Ruth Schwarz indulged her fascination with the study of ethics. A double major in classics and philosophy, Schwarz wrote an honors thesis on Plato's theory of law and justice, then went on to study biomedical ethics as a grad student at the University of Penn- sylvania. Finding a satisfying job after graduation was not easy, however. After several years of...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 57

…FREE INFORMATION FROM NEWSWEEK ON CAMPUS ADVERTISERS Check the appropriate boxes to receive information. Deadline: June 3, 1988 Newsweek Reader Service 1. 0 Federal Aviation Administration - Announcement package including application information. . 2. L Marchon Eyewear- For additional information on Ellesse eyewear. 3. O New York University-1988 N.Y.U. Summer Session Bulletin. 4. 0 Northeastern University, Boston Bouve College - For additio...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 58

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March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 59

…C A of Government Ethics, is one of about two dozen staffers whose principal task is to help enforce the 1965 federal ethics law. It prohibits government employees from ac- cepting gifts, loans or special favors from any party that can be legally or economi- . cally affected by the actions of that em- ployee or his office. Consulting adults: The most common que- ries to Janes come from employees who are leaving their federal jobs and plan to ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 60

…C L A S S I F I E D S ORIGINAL ENTREPRENEURS WANTED AUSTRALIA WANTS YOU! WATER BALLOON MOVIE POSTERS Earn up to $2500 per semester. Big Pay! Transportation! New SLINGSHOT! Photos, scripts, autographs, We're a young company run by Employment Directory-$2.00. AMAZING! 130 YARDS! 240 more. ALL current films, thou- students. We make coupon Australian International, Box MPH! Greatforfundraisers, tour- sands more. Best selection, books for schools a...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 61

…C A R E E R S RESUMES 'Professional polish': Adviser Reddington, A Execut ive Know-How Mentors mean business Every few weeks last spring, Maureen Dunn commuted an hour and a half from Marymount College's Tarry- town, N.Y., campus to John Barton's office in downtown Manhattan. And Barton, a vice president at Chemical Bank, made the trip worth her while, offering high- powered career advice and helping the 22- year-old senior make job contact...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 62

…ART & ETRAIMN MUSIC 'If you can express yourself in other languages, why not do it? Singer-actor Blades Ruben Blaes Bumilding Bridges A new world record from an international pop star "Nothing But the Truth" is a strong musi- cal bridge. It should connect him to his biggest audience yet. Blades was already a well-established salsa star when he left the Latin label Fania to sign with Elektra in 1984. In 1984 and 1985 he released two albums, ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 63

… people of destroying them- selves-you deny them the compassion that comes out of tragedy." Blades admits that music like this creates a marketing problem-"It isn't your tradi- tional format-oriented album," he says-but he has hopes that it will gain mass acceptance. "The promise that it holds is, it could be a breakthrough-not just for a Latin artist doing his first English record, but for English-speaking musicians as well. Why does every so...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 64

…[-RS & EN ET IM N TELEVISION One Woman, 3-0 Mary Steenburgen gives depth and weight to ordinary roles Here is the secret of Mary Steenbur- gen's extraordinary acting talent: she doesn't just create characters. As she puts it, "I've always had a passion about taking the written word and turning it into a living, breathing person." In nearly every one of her film roles, Steenburgen has por- trayed ordinary women, including her Os- car-winning...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 65

… MOVIES Hollywood on Campus Some schools don't want to make the scene Baton Rouge was abuzz when a major motion picture, "Everybody's All- American," began filming last fall at Tiger Stadium on the Louisiana State Uni- versity campus. Directed by Taylor Hack- ford ("An Officer and a Gentleman," "Against All Odds"), the story of a troubled ex-quarterback stars Jessica Lange, Den- nis Quaid and Timothy Hutton. Most im- portant to Louisiana, thou...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 66

…ARS ETRAIMN BOOKS An 'A' for Neatness Rewriting Hawthorne Someone should tell John Updike not to keep hark- ing back to Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter" on our ac- count-he no longer needs to prove he's the last great heir to New England literary tradi- tion. For a neoregionalist like Carolyn ("The Beans of Egypt, Maine") Chute, New England is merely where miserable people happen to live. But Updike still takes seriously those fusty old Yankee ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 67

…d ANU C -f ,, Select One: Q] Citibank MasterCard@ or LI Citibank Visa® Please use ballpoint pen. Print full name First Middle Initial Last Name of School I I ( ( I I I I I I IBac as you wish it to (do not abbreviate) I I I I Bac appear on card Your Address at School Social I I I I I lDate of Mo Day Yr Number and Street 1 1 1 I { Security Number I Birth (lll l if different from permanent address) l i 1 1 1 PraetI I I I III I I 11 11 1 1 CI...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 68

…Why it's easy for students to get a Citibank credit card. As a student, you've obviously been through a lot- lengthy lectures, grueling exams, numerous papers. And Citibank thinks you deserve credit for all that. That's why we've made it easy for you to apply for credit. You don't even need your parents to co-sign. (What other bank makes it that easy?) i All you need is a photocopy of your validated student ID with current enrollment sticker....…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 69

…ART & ETRAIMN Midge surviving Sarah's final letter to him: "And what are your snobby ... neurosur- geon friends going to say when Midge in one of those lurid loose splashy dresses she wears to confuse the weight issue breaks into her shrill giggle and asks the host if there's a little-girls' room ...?" This is spite as a fine art. Secret handshake: Updike isn't above a lit- tle spite on his own behalf. Book reviewers Rhoda Koenig of New York ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 70

…M Y T U R Living in Two Worlds Even though I know education is the right thing to do, I can't help but feel I have it too good BY MARCUS MABRY proclaiming, "We built a proud new feeling," the Around, green cardboard sign hangs from a string slogan of a local supermarket. It is a souvenir from one of my brother's last jobs. In addition to being a bagger, he's worked at a fast-food restau- rant, a gas station, a garage and a textile factory. No...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 71

…Climb higher,faster in the Air Force. As an Air Force officer your career will take off. You'll quickly get management experience that could take years to acquire in civilian industry. As an Air Force second lieutenant, you'll manage people, projects and offices; you'll be in charge, making decisions, shouldering the respon- sibility. You'll belong to an organization dedicated to achievement, innovation and high technology. And as an officer ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 72

…:SE, T 75 noted for na instead of th Nobody has out the origi Gaucho. Gat Gaucho, wer by the Spani lived off smt cattle. What( obviously it'i that makes t what he is. ver figured e word and later rords coined ir outlaws who and robbing origin, N -V IN 1. t <r C e111r e dF NEW YORK, N.Y., 905 Madison Ave - WASHINGTON, DC, 2001 M. Street N.W. - BOSTON, MA, Market Place Center - NASSAU, BAHAMAS, East Bay Street HAMILTON, BERMUDA, Reld ...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 73

…A' P LAYING T HE PA TO. For this game, originally a duck (pato) or turkey would be killed, then cut into small pieces and sewn inside a leather ball with straps. Then neighbours and their best horses were rounded up. The rules are simple: First, grab the pato, and then ride away... or at least try to, because It turns into a complete free-for-all. Of course, nowadays they play with a normal ball, after General Rosas forbade the use of a real p...…

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 74

…No less dazzlingly dressed than Brendan, scantily clad Izabella perches on the corral fence. Meanwhile back at the ranchu... the gauchos get ready for the yerra. It's tough work: The calves are branded, castrated and dehorned in one go, by three or four peones, under the watchful eye of the Capataz. Only for the mucho machos ! R adopted by ednwieltheas, a Indians Brendan wed h aco rmtePm …

March 17, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 112) • Page Image 76

…iSoY GAUCHO, Y ENTIENDANL ...! <Soy gaucho, y entiendanl6 como mi lengua lo esphca: para mi la tierra es chica y pudiera ser mayor; ni la vibora me pica ni quema mi frente el sol." I'm a gaucho, and this is what I mean: For me the earth is too small... it could be bigger; Snakes don't bite me... nor does the sun burn my face," From -Martin Fierro" by Jose Hernandez. Here's a well dressed gaucho wearing a sombrero with wide brim bent at a bold ...…

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