Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)



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New Dean finally named by Elizabeth Kreitzer

Advocates strive to aid kid victims by Jamie Sternberg

Speaker against fed-mandated affirmative action by Carrie Blum

Censorship alive at USD by Celia Rumman

Student boycott/protest offered open forum for students' grievances

Career Planning releases survey of '88 grads locale, salary

Students, 2-1, want modification

What are you waiting for? Time running out to change next year's mid-terms

President's Report by Jack O'Donnell, SBA President

Correlation seen between LSAT, school/bar success by Matthew M. Pribyl

Fried calendar not limited to lectures by Carrie Blum

Padres skybox party slated as next Alum Office special event

Club offers practical field trips to students

Want to graduate? Beware of missed credits by James Sherwood

Watergate special prosecutor to address Class of '89 by Matthew M. Pribyl

Fellmeth spearheads Public Interest Center

Women's Week focused on female roles by Cella Rumman

MHPILF seeks loan forgiveness for public interest jobs by Adan Schwartz

Bowman starts and finishes year with Moot Court victory by Jeff Doggett

Bon voyage to Library as we knew it

Juvenile justice served by Clinic's Berend by John Altomare

Library staff prepares for move into new Phase I addition by Nancy Carol Carter, Law Library Director

Contemporary Legal Issues Journal now in bookstore

Annual auction features outings with faculty

Alumni Association presents special nickelodeon program

Census Bureau gears up to take 1990 roll

Wiggins, Snyder study fast track's effects, efficiency by David Bradvlca

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Motions 1989 volume 2 number 8

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