Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)



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Table of Contents:

$6.9 Million Paid for Tuition; Improvements, Higher Costs Cited

SBA Allocates: Student Groups Budgeted from Fees by Adele Lynch

Editorials and Comment

Higher Faculty Salaries, Student Aid, Top Priorities in 1984-85 Budgeting by Brent Bernau

Complaints on Parking, Scheduling, Money Aired at Dean's Forum Last Week

Ask Judge Cardozo

Library News: California Legislative History by Barbara St. Sauver

US-Mexico Institute Director Speaks: Mexican Ills Are Curable by Jose Martinez

The Alternative Bar Review: Popular Night Clubs Evaluated and Rated by Scott Flores

Law School Exam-Taking Tips Given by USC Prof, Hornbook Author by Denise Osborn

PAD Notes

USD President Judges School; Outlines Solutions for the Future by Jim Hester

Women's Prison Project Provides Practical Perspective by Steve Spencer

Third World Nations Utilize Territorial Seas, Struggle with Modernization by Douglas Hearn

Eating Disorder Series: Perfectionists Susceptible To Food Obsessions by Paula Tupper

Founders Gallery Exhibition Features Animal Images

Reggie Fellowship Recipients Offer Legal Services to Poor by Suzanne Rogers Fenney

Environmental Group Resurfaces

Oxford Director to Speak Next Month

Summer Seminars: Next Stop: Oxford or Guadalajara by Beth Andrews

Nuclear War Threat Reduction Topic of Speech Tomorrow

SD Booms for Corporate Law by Miriam Kennedy


Laura Berend Named to Clinic staff

Lawyers Club Focuses On Women's Issues by Cyndi Currey

Moot Court Winners Named; Competitions Set by Michael Kimbrough

Students Named to Faculty Groups

Speaker at Thomas More Tonight; Liturgy Musicians Needed

Anti-Nukers Sponsor Films On Hazards of Nuclear War

Weckstein elected to Local Office: Heads Committees

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University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association



Woolsack 1983 volume 24 number 3

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