April 11, 1997
Students apathy to blame for Spring Formal's low turnout, ticket prices.
Heaven's Gate tragedy helps distinguish between a cult and a religion.
Fraternity member defends Greeks, and ULV students question fairness
in AASA variety show.
Raechel Fittante, editor in chief, mourns the loss of poet Allen Ginsberg
and his exploratory technique in writing.
LaShanda Maze, features editor, claims the latest technologies in banking
leaves customers staring at computer screens rather than real people.
Scott Harvey, assistant sports editor, believes that students should
be awarded for all-around talent, not just expertise in sports.