Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)



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Tuition Hiked to $6,970; Faculty Receives 5% Average Raise by Jim Hester

Prof. Nathanson Passes Away; His Loss WiJJ Be Deeply Felt

National Team Advances: Undefeated in Regionals

Holiday Craft Fair Seeks Participants

Editorials and Comment

Parking Hearing: Problem is Allocation, not Capacity by Brent Bernau

Central Administration Makes Recommendations on Parking

Physical Plant Director Forwards Conclusions to Cabinet

Clinical Programs Bridge Gap between School/Career by Suzanne Rogers Fenney

Auto Safety Topic of CalPIRG Reports

New Library Policy: The Staff is Willing, but Enforcement is Weak by Scott Flores

Self-help Best Tactic in Job Hunt by Debbie Carrlllo

Pushpoint Policy Changed by Michael Kimbrough

Alums Invited To Share Job Experiences

Business School Hosts Speakers

Perilous Surgery Set for Student; Blood Drive Planned

Krantz, Snyder Shoot for Top Tax Program by Fred Fox

Library News: Library Acquires WestLaw by Barbara St. Sauver

Poster Posters Beware: Removal and Destruction Faced

Halloween Shots

Overseas Option: Practicing Law in Japan

Success Expert Gives Pointers For Taking Law School Exams by Sarah Capito

Women-In-Law Holds Far-West Conference by Paula Rosenstein

Ask Judge Cardozo

Lynch Lashes Out: Night-time Soaps Paint Grim Picture of Life by Adele Lynch

Students Win Two Seats


Quick, In 10 Seconds or Less: What Is a Woolsack? by Beth Andrews

Excess Exercise, Compulsive Eating Both Signs of Addiction by Paula Tupper

White House Fellowships Open to Alumni and Faculty

Changing Legal Realities Topic Of UCSD Law Symposium

Your Opinion: "What Was Your Worst Exam/ Dead Week Experience?" by Curtis Won

Vacant Classrooms Up for Grabs by Pat Inis

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University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association



Woolsack 1983 volume 24 number 4

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