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1987 (January and April).

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Published by "The Hoya".


  • From the Collection: 1985-1987


From the Collection: 0.25 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Container Summary

Volume 2, issues 2, 3. Senior Editor: Kevin Ciotta. Contents: (issue 2) profile of Kevin O'Brien, Editor's Note, "Running Against Drugs: Track Star Ray Humphrey Joins the Anti-drug Crusade"-William Mills, "return to Sender? Short on Money and Staff, More Than Postage is Overdue at Hoya Station"-Timothy Hanlon, "A Legal Lottery: The Problems of Products Liability"-Thomas Barry Cooke, "A Bright Spot in Bolivia"-Christin Driscoll, "A Different Outlook on Life: the Everyday Lives of Two Blind Students"-Liz Totaro, "Backstairs at the White House: GU Grad Patrick Buchanan Returns Home After a Decade"-Cary Brazeman, "An American in Berlin: Clashing Cultures Meet in An Interesting City"-Tara McKelvey, "The Chase is On: A Lost Sub Sends Superpowers Searching Land, Sea and Air"-Elissa Guitron, "A Job? Not Right Now, Thanks"-Michael MacEwen; (issue 3) profile of Margaret Sullivan, Editor's Note, "Law, Government, Media...and Elanor Holmes Norton: A GU Law Professor Fares Well in and Out of the Classroom"-Theresa Gorski, "The Marriott-Georgetown Connection: How the Corporate Giant Interacts With the University"-Thomas Pelton, "Confession and a Changing Congregation: A Changing Interpretation of Sins and the Sacrament"-Mary Carroll Johansen with artwork by Mark Sprinkle, "Christella's Words"-Muriel Farley Dominguez, "Robert Hayes and the Homeless: A GU Grad Works to Defend the 'Less Fortunate'"-Todd Barrett, "To: Georgetown From: The University of Essex: Reflections on the Pubs, the People and the Experience Abroad"-Kelly Bembry, "A Legal Lottery: Part II: The Anatomy of Tort Law Reform"-Thomas Barry Cooke, "WWIII: The USSR v. NATO: Red Storm Rising Explores Modern War, Where 'Technology Has Defeated the Military Art'"-Elissa Guitron, and "Perspectives on Power"-Kathy Harbert.

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