April 24, 1998
The move to start scheduling classes on Wednesdays is not necessarily
a boon for students.
The case of Horace Kelly provides a compelling argument for swifter
Laura Czingula, editor in chief, feels slighted by the Registrar's Office's
treatment of graduating students.
Jennifer Parsons, managing editor, thinks U.S. citizens need to take
a broader view of the world.
Erica Aguilar, editorial director, offers a behind-the-scenes look at
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