Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)



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Take Five and Pass Go: Grading Changes Brings USD up to Par by Adele Lynch and Brent Bernau

Improvements Promised for Registration Woes by John Clemons

Fall Installation Planned for Library Westlaw System

Installment Contract with Fee Replaces Notes by Douglas Hearn

Alumni Tailgaters

Editorials and Comment

Students Elect Class Reps, SBA Treasurer

CalPIRG Musters Voter Registration Drive; Seeks Lobbying Support by Elaine Hamm

Partisan Politics Find Home at Law School by Fred Fox

PAD Notes by Cyndi Currey

Women's Opportunity Week Features Law Professionals

Development Sprouts in Nature Park by Sarah Capito

Meal Plans Available to Law Students

New Bar Exam Section Causes Problems on First Run by Steve Spencer and Adele Lynch

Dean Seeks Solution to Lower Pass Rate

Library News by Barbara St. Sauver

Women-In-Law Hold Picnic; Make Plans

Alumni News

Paris, London Part of USD Programs by Jim Hester

Special Issue, Competition Results Announced by Review

Week end Retreat Sponsored by Campus Ministry

Law Center Surveys Attorney Sensitivity by Denise Osborn

Regulatory Monitors take Active Role to make Government Efficient

Military Registration Resisters Face Crimp in College Money Aid by Beth Andrews

Anti-Nukers get Organized

New Center opens: Alternatives to Litigation Supplement Traditional Dispute Resolution

Who Do You Love? by Adele Lynch

Student Civil Rights Positions Open

UCAN Landmark Ruling Bolsters Consumer Lobby

Sports and Recreation

Honor Court Takes Active Enforcement Role by Richard Hall

Ask Judge Cardozo

New Professors added for Spring Semester

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University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association



Woolsack 1983 volume 24 number 2

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