Index to The Record, 1987 (September)-1988 (April)


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1987 September 4 flooding front page Rains flood cars in BGC lot 
1987 September 4 construction front page Dining hall, new road included in construction 
1987 September 4 David Madeira front page Madeira appointed to office 
1987 September 4 speakers news Constitutional series slated 
1987 September 4 campus vision editorial Bodybuilding 
1987 September 4 Wheaton graduates front page Kidnapped Wheaton grads released by Sudanese rebels 
1987 September 4 Jon Crail voices View from the third world 
1987 September 4 Jarrett Arp & Andy Keller voices Wheaton in flux 
1987 September 4 food news Cafe Cappucino offers classy Italian alternative to the Stupe 
1987 September 4 movies news Union Cinema features quality and variety 
1987 September 4 events news Campus events 
1987 September 4 thrifting news Dealers create thrift junkies 
1987 September 11 Dr. Arthur Holmes front page Holmes named ILlinois professor of year 
1987 September 11 theft front page R. A.'s report theft 
1987 September 11 vandalism front page Stupe robbed 
1987 September 11 William Osborne Society front page Society focuses on black students 
1987 September 11 world news news News Summary 
1987 September 11 Buswell Memorial Library news Library hours to be extended 
1987 September 11 top ten news A few raids can drive a person bonkers 
1987 September 11 raids news Raids should be wholesome 
1987 September 11 friendship news Seniors and freshmen reach an agreement 
1987 September 11 gangs news Gangs force choice 
1987 September 11 movies news Steve Martin shows up in Sweet Roxanne 
1987 September 11 campus events news Campus events 
1987 September 11 Yo-Yo Ma news Cookie Monster is coming 
1987 September 11 music news Choral Union plans season 
1987 September 11 Sarah Russell editorial Battles of the mind 
1987 September 11 Mark Hall voices The unconstitutional choice 
1987 September 11 Joan Hubbell voices Wheaton's best-kept secret 
1987 September 11 Jon Sweeney voices Liberalism 
1987 September 11 soccer sports Soccer looks hopeful 
1987 September 11 women's tennis sports Women win without courts 
1987 September 11 football sports First game brings success to Crusaders 
1987 September 18 J. Richard Chase front page President honored 
1987 September 18 Mr. Lee Pfund front page Vice president appointed 
1987 September 18 economists front page Conference attracts economists 
1987 September 18 Wheaton Alumni Volunteers for Enrollment front page Alumni recruit students 
1987 September 18 politics news Notes from Washington 
1987 September 18 student government news SG sponsors blood drive 
1987 September 18 Terri Correll news New assistant R.A. eases overflow in Evans 
1987 September 18 gangs news God answers prayer 
1987 September 18 David Kucharsky & Chad Johnson news Catch the Union - they're wired 
1987 September 18 Altar Boys news The Boys are back 
1987 September 18 events summary news Campus events 
1987 September 18 film festival news Film Fest hits city 
1987 September 18 White Heart  news New band members add energy 
1987 September 18 College Union news CU reaps Harvest 
1987 September 18 Fred Dade & Sheila Davis news Gospel choir swings 
1987 September 18 Koyaanisqatsi film news "Koy-on-i-skot-si" is how to say it 
1987 September 18 Ruth Almroth editorial Evangelical etiquette 
1987 September 18 Hal Merck voices Acronymitis 
1987 September 18 Roberta Panjwani voices And justice for all? 
1987 September 18 Jarrett Arp & Andy Keller voices A true crusader 
1987 September 18 cross country sports Cross country is running wild 
1987 September 18 soccer sports Soccer team tops MacMurray 
1987 September 18 football sports Football team is upset 
1987 September 18 women's volleyball sports VB seeks playoffs 
1987 September 25 Dr. James Hoffmeier front page Profs' new book hits press 
1987 September 25 Reserved Officers Training Corps front page ROTC cadet enrollment doubles 
1987 September 25 art front page Exhibit televised 
1987 September 25 dance front page Orchesis lacks director 
1987 September 25 technology news Amoco grant helps fund X-ray diffraction system 
1987 September 25 world news mews News Summary 
1987 September 25 student government news Campus Notes 
1987 September 25 Arena Theatre news Season spans centuries 
1987 September 25 film news Sibling rivalry livens La Bamba 
1987 September 25 events news Campus Events 
1987 September 25 bookstore news Toad Hall takes its first hops 
1987 September 25 Professor Harry Blamires news Who is Blamires, anyway? 
1987 September 25 music news Butler's band plays a lot of Blues 
1987 September 25 music news Phemister offers peace with tape 
1987 September 25 Paul Teel news See? Teel fails again 
1987 September 25 Dan Moul & Paul Snyder news Bikers cross U.S. 
1987 September 25 May Theilgaard Watts news Watt's dream becomes path 
1987 September 25 Marilyn Simonds editorial A Christian response to abortion 
1987 September 25 Joan Hubbell voices A do-gooder's confession 
1987 September 25 LTC Jim Saine letters to the editor Committed to excellence 
1987 September 25 Mark Hall voices Bork support 
1987 September 25 Jon Sweeney voices Jargon 
1987 September 25 football sports Football targets 2-0 Cardinals 
1987 September 25 soccer sports Soccer hosts invitational 
1987 September 25 volleyball sports VB team serves winning record 
1987 October 2 Crusader Hall of Honor front page Women denied hall of honor 
1987 October 2 fire alarm front page False fire alarms cause frustration 
1987 October 2 alumni front page Alumni welcomed 
1987 October 2 employee shortages news Saga lines grow 
1987 October 2 multiculturalism news Event brings awareness 
1987 September 18 multiculturalism news Bridge is for everyone 
1987 October 2 world news news News Summary 
1987 October 2 engagement news Generations ring bell 
1987 October 2 homecoming news Here's homecoming '46, Skip 
1987 October 2 Matt Kinne arts Photos feature real people 
1987 October 2 Rachel Hagfors arts Three groups to perform 
1987 October 2 Cindy Ellsworth arts Picture plays on campus 
1987 October 2 music arts The Edge captivates 
1987 October 2 Marilyn Simonds arts Forum displays talent 
1987 October 2 Dave Gortner arts My-kha relocates 
1987 October 2 editorial opinion A woman's place 
1987 October 2 letters opinion Sexist fumes 
1987 October 2 letters opinion Joe and the Bean-rock 
1987 October 2 letters opinion Vers-ism 
1987 October 2 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion Bork revisited 
1987 October 2 Roberta Panjwani opinion The "birght side" of a communist professor 
1987 October 2 Kevin Ahrenholz sports Augie shoots for 54 in a row 
1987 October 2 Becky Merrifield sports Six honored 
1987 October 2 soccer sports Soccer team splits 
1987 October 2 tennis sports Wheaton tennis eyes eleventh win 
1987 October 9 Candee McIntosh front page Suicide concern rises on campus 
1987 October 9 Holly Hanson front page Editor defends Tower 
1987 October 9 Amy Ball front page Committee clarifies Pledge 
1987 October 9 Doug Sprunger News News Summary 
1987 October 9 Sue Schmuckal news Thieves and vandals hit library 
1987 October 9 Amy Ball news Conference highlights great poets 
1987 October 9 theater arts Arena to perform Dickens 
1987 October 9 Kyle Linscheid arts Ensemble premiers concerto 
1987 October 9 film arts Coast refreshes 
1987 October 9 Max Vanderpool features Sit back, and i'll tell you a story 
1987 October 9 Amy Craft features Honey Rock hosts fall frolic 
1987 October 9 Rich Anderson features AIDS examined 
1987 October 9 Max Vanderpool features Jesus helps Max minister 
1987 October 9 editorial opinion Reinforcing hope 
1987 October 9 Mark Hall opinion Education rot 
1987 October 9 Jon Sweeney opinion Men in feminism? 
1987 October 9 Letter opinion Women can serve too 
1987 October 9 Joan Hubbell opinion Tentatively liberal 
1987 October 9 David Jackson sports Tourney is ket to VB's rank 
1987 October 9 soccer sports Soccer expects battle 
1987 October 9 soccer sports Soccer club shoots high 
1987 October 23 Teri Kondo front page Scholarship offers second chance 
1987 October 23 Holly Hanson front page Smith dorm tefts result in arrest 
1987 October 23 Jon Sweeney front page Philosophers discuss ethics 
1987 October 23 Katherine Halberstadt front page Research aided 
1987 October 23 Francine Biscan front page New leaders trained 
1987 October 23 Rachel Greenhow news News Summary 
1987 October 23 Jeff Hahn news New scintillation system installed 
1987 October 23 Kitty Wilson features Here lies a friend of the oppressed 
1987 October 23 photo poll features What would you do with the senior bench if you had it? 
1987 October 23 film arts Jacket isn't pretty 
1987 October 23 Joe Slevcove arts Camp comes home for concert 
1987 October 23 theater arts Plague and vaundeville mix 
1987 October 23 Candee McIntosh arts Novelist explores story 
1987 October 23 music arts Friends First has vision of equality 
1987 October 23 editorial opinion "Ex-lost" by grace 
1987 October 23 letters opinion Ramone's story 
1987 October 23 letters opinion Coray responds 
1987 October 23 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion God's judgement is... 
1987 October 23 Roberta Panjwani opinion Hollywood's happy medium 
1987 October 23 soccer sports Soccer rides on .500 mark 
1987 October 23 Jim Favino sports Crusaders' attack sinks Vikings 
1987 October 23 tennis sports Tennis women reign as champs 
1987 October 30 June Chan front page Equality concerns continue 
1987 October 30 James Grogan front page SG initiates play policy 
1987 October 30 Steve Brand front page Studio access limited 
1987 October 30 Becky Wertz front page Lectures begin 
1987 October 30 John Schmalzbauer news News Summary 
1987 October 30 Jon Kaiser news Campus Notes 
1987 October 30 Candee McIntosh news Gov. Ashcroft to speak 
1987 October 30 Jenifer DeLapp arts Choir grooves in Pierce 
1987 October 30 Matt Kinne arts Human heads are insperation to sculptor 
1987 October 30 Jose Vilanova arts Glee Club helps the hungry 
1987 October 30 film arts Bountiful Shown tonight 
1987 October 30 Jose Vilanova features Pro creative students abound 
1987 October 30 Amy Craft features Halloween: Is it evil? 
1987 October 30 Paul Teel features There's a jerk in every crowd 
1987 October 30 Camie Steindam features Bookstore loses a gem 
1987 October 30 Jaime Trapp features Jaime Trapped in the weight room 
1987 October 30 editorial opinion Of drama, athletics, responsibility, and freedom 
1987 October 30 Jon Sweeney opinion Five reasons for silence 
1987 October 30 Joan Hubbell opinion Celebration of Lovie 
1987 October 30 Mark Hall opinion Preoccupied with "how?" 
1987 October 30 soccer sports Intensity is key to soccer success 
1987 October 30 James Denney sports VB fights for strong finish 
1987 October 30 Frank Heegaard sports Cross country builds future 
1987 November 6 Vicki Su front page Ministry center proposed 
1987 November 6 Kevin Magnuson front page ROTC Ranger team vies for title 
1987 November 6 Holly Hanson front page 3rd World hunger discussed 
1987 November 6 John Schmalzbauer news News Summary 
1987 November 6 Rachel Greenhow news Iowa rally attracts students 
1987 November 6 campus notes news Campus Notes 
1987 November 6 Amy Beckman features I'm back to the drawing boaard 
1987 November 6 Amy Ball features It worked for Ruth 
1987 November 6 Hansi Kess features Fun and learning, you ask? 
1987 November 6 Julia DeNera arts Cathc LeFevre! 
1987 November 6 film arts Bride is new twist on fairy tale 
1987 November 6 Donna Ray arts European orchestra to play 
1987 November 6 Anna Sanford arts Buechner discusses saints, Bebb, fiction 
1987 November 6 music arts Yoyo is distinctive 
1987 November 6 editorial oipinion Secular vs. sacred 
1987 November 6 Roberta Panjwani opinion Robbing the young to feed the old 
1987 November 6 Jarrrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion Why we aren't Democrats 
1987 November 6 Letter opinion Communication clarification 
1987 November 6 Dave Jackson sports 20th ranked VB vies for playoffs 
1987 November 6 soccer sports Soccer spirit soars dispite losses 
1987 November 6 Kevin Ahrenholz sports FB game marks end of era 
1987 November 13 John Schmalzbauer front page Market crash jolts finances 
1987 November 13 Candee McIntosh front page Students attend rallies 
1987 November 13 Holly Hanson front page Auctions raise funds 
1987 November 13 Kitty Wilson front page Conference looks at Scrolls 
1987 November 13 Rachel Greenhow news News Summary 
1987 November 13 Michelle McConnell features The running ends here 
1987 November 13 Sue Schmuckal features Booth number five tells all 
1987 November 13 photo poll features What is your opinion of having ROTC on a Christian campus? 
1987 November 13 Bob McCauley and David Hoag arts View to a Thrill promises fun 
1987 November 13 Film arts Hoosier has spirit 
1987 November 13 Caryn DeVilbiss arts Nettl studies culture through music 
1987 November 13 editorial opinion Issues, issues, issues 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Sentimental issue? 
1987 November 13 letters  opinion Inexcusably irresponsible 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Creative accuracy 
1987 November 13 Jon Sweeney opinion Sweeney responds 
1987 November 13 Letters opinion More resons for silence 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Dear Jon... 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Dare to be a Democrat 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Democrats anonymous 
1987 November 13 letters opinion Uncloistered perspective 
1987 November 13 letters opinion "Dead great" resurrected 
1987 November 13 David Jackson sports Spikers blocked in playoffs 
1987 November 13 Kevin Ahrenholz sports 16 starters will return for Bishop 
1987 November 13 Kevin Ahrenholz sports Fresh talent melts ice 
1987 November 20 Jonathan Kaiser front page Forum finds identity 
1987 November 20 Charley T. Ward front page ROTC Rangers victorious 
1987 November 20 Becky Wertz front page Dilemma caused by Sunday studies 
1987 November 20 James Grogan front page New center raises awareness 
1987 November 20 Holly Hanson News Making Friends wins book of years 
1987 November 20 John Schmalzbauer news new summary 
1987 November 20 June Chan features Lits and dinks ruled 1939 
1987 November 20 Katherine Halberstadt features Recess is still my favorite time 
1987 November 20 Peter Clayton sports Men expect to beat the odds 
1987 November 20 Ned Spiecker sports X-country finishes season strong 
1987 November 20 Jaime Trapp sports Women take on Hope 
1987 November 20 Kathryn Erickson sports Why do they keep going back? 
1987 November 20 phot poll sports What is your favorite sport, and why? 
1987 November 20 editorial opinion Stoy studying 
1987 November 20 letters opinion Is justice colorblind? 
1987 November 20 letters opinion Mom beats Kant any day 
1987 November 20 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion The Forum Board mentality 
1987 November 20 Roberta Panjwani opinion Exploitation of hunger 
1987 November 20 Mark Hall opinion Reflections on the revolution in Russia 
1987 November 20 Bruce Kohl arts Phillips turns from Christian arena 
1987 November 20 music arts Richard Marx does mean something 
1987 November 20 music arts Wiens directs Union 
1987 December 4 Cindy Ellsworth front page Leaders' discourse funded 
1987 December 4 Candee McIntosh front page Trustee is selected 
1987 December 4 Jeff Hahn front page Chase forum updates development 
1987 December 4 Rachel Greenhow front page Prayers lifted 
1987 December 4 Jonathan Kaiser front page Soviet studies taught 
1987 December 4 photo poll news How will Wheaton be different in 20 years? 
1987 December 4 news summary news News Summary 
1987 December 4 Jennifer DeLapp arts Messiah celebrates season 
1987 December 4 music arts Prediction is good for 1990 
1987 December 4 Bart Tolleson arts Fatherhood surprises 
1987 December 4 Kristin Larson features Park is God's palette 
1987 December 4 Francine Biscan features Granny's attic is here 
1987 December 4 editorial opinion Looking past Wheaton 
1987 December 4 Letters opinion Liturgy considered 
1987 December 4 letters opinion Don't just sit there, do something 
1987 December 4 Roberta Panjwani opinion Save a fish, speak an Indian 
1987 December 4 Jon Sweeney opinion Actions speak louder than words 
1987 December 4 letter opinion Dual citizenship? 
1987 December 4 Kathryn Erickson sports Invitational takes pool 
1987 December 4 Kevin Ahrenholz sports Wrestlers gain needed depth 
1987 December 4 Shelly Dettmer sports Ladies shoot for CCIW win  
1987 December 11 John Schmalzbauer front page Glee director to retire 
1987 December 11 Jonathan Kaiser front page Urbana '87 aimed at outreach 
1987 December 11 Holly Hanson front page Abortion highlighted 
1987 December 11 Lisa Miller front page Christian rock draws crowds 
1987 December 11 J. Richard Chase, President News New Statement of Responsibilities 
1987 December 11 Lee Torrence news Attendance up 
1987 December 11 editorial opinion Multipurpose music 
1987 December 11 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion A thought for the holidays 
1987 December 11 letter opinion A "Sabbath rest" 
1987 December 11 Jon Woodruff sports Netters begin with wins 
1987 December 11 volleyball sports T-shirts inspire IM volleyball teams 
1987 December 11 basketball sports Lady's b-ball stops Augie 
1988 January 22 Sarah Russell front page Urbana emphasizes concern 
1988 January 22 John Schmalzbauer front page Hoffman exmplifies his message 
1988 January 22 Candee McIntosh front page Wheaton opens doors 
1988 January 22 Sue Schmuckal front page Missing photo found 
1988 January 22 Rachel Greenhow news News Summary 
1988 January 22 Candee McIntosh news Statement revised 
1988 January 22 Joe Slevcove news Actors compete 
1988 January 22 Kitty Wilson arts Kastner offers unique recital 
1988 January 22 Bart Tolleson arts B. Tolleson picks top 10 of 1987 
1988 January 22 Timothy Jenkins arts Dulcet tones to sweep Edman 
1988 January 22 David Jackson with Candee McIntosh features Career Development Center can create opportunities 
1988 January 22 Rich Anderson features Life's a bench! 
1988 January 22 Michelle McConnell features Unsung chess team thrives 
1988 January 22 Max Vanderpool features Local hero skates towards gold 
1988 January 22 Jeff Hahn features Do you speak English? 
1988 January 22 Teri Kondo features How 'bout those Cubs, June? 
1988 January 22 editorial opinion Right with God -- or just right? 
1988 January 22 letters opinion Dualism and citizenship 
1988 January 22 letters opinion International coverage needed 
1988 January 22 Roberta Panjwani opinion U.S. prisons: punishment of profit? 
1988 January 22 Dave Frey opinion Concentration -- more than just a game 
1988 January 22 John Engstrom sports Matmen improve 
1988 January 22 David Jackson sports Cagers enjoy start 
1988 January 22 Randy Schmidt sports Individual swimmers shine 
1988 January 29 John Schmalzbauer front page Students protest Fischer RD's room check 
1988 January 29 Candee McIntosh with David Jackson front page Apathy leads to job market doom 
1988 January 29 Rachel Greenhow front page Students join march 
1988 January 29 Candee McIntosh front page Men sing in D.C. 
1988 January 29 Heidi Rolland news McNamara to visit campus 
1988 January 29 Doug Sprunger news News Summary 
1988 January 29 Urbana news Urbana goes on 
1988 January 29 Dr. J. Julius Scott features Fans welcome FIG! 
1988 January 29 Candee McIntosh with David Jackson Features Experience is the key ingredient! 
1988 January 29 Cole Luck arts Lucky strikes at Record 
1988 January 29 Michelle McConnell arts Chicago gospel rocks 
1988 January 29 music arts Love and Rockets sprouted in Bauhaus 
1988 January 29 art arts Photos displayed in Adams 
1988 January 29 film arts Color Puple plays 
1988 January 29 editorial opinion Doubtful discretion 
1988 January 29 letters opinion Responsible sport support 
1988 January 29 letters opinion Conservatory controversy 
1988 January 29 letters opinion Gratitude expressed 
1988 January 29 letter opinion Pledge"skip"? 
1988 January 29 Mark Hall opinion Violence vetoed for Middle East 
1988 January 29 Jon Sweeney opinion Photographic memories 
1988 January 29 letter opinion Internships -- a great start 
1988 January 29 John Engstrom sports  Men play entertaining ball 
1988 January 29 Coach J.R. Bishop sports Bishop picks Bowl champ 
1988 January 29 Larry McReynolds sports IM hoops attract all kinds 
1988 January 29 Jon Kaiser sports Ladies in second 
1988 January 29 photo poll sports Who do you think will win the Super Bowl? 
1988 February 5 John Schmalzbauer front page Students plead for Halvorsen 
1988 February 5 Keven Ahrenholz with Teri Kondo front page Is chapel relevant? 
1988 February 5 Vicki Su front page Diversity celebrated 
1988 February 5 Kristen Larson front page Project Needs Money 
1988 February 5 Heidi Rolland news Muck expands major 
1988 February 5 Doug Sprunger news  News Summary 
1988 February 5 Patrice Tichian news Business offers minor 
1988 February 5 Audrey Brunk arts It's TWIRPing time! 
1988 February 5 Jaime Trapp arts R.E.M.'s Document stands up to scrutiny 
1988 February 5 Stewart Reed arts The Dead is raised 
1988 February 5 Cindy Ellsworth features Students attached at the wrist 
1988 February 5 Teri Kondo with Kevin Ahrenholz features How do our chapels compar to othe schools? 
1988 February 5 David Jackson features Plummer takes U.S. tour 
1988 February 5 editorial opinion A plea for chapel 
1988 February 5 letter opinion A Quick response 
1988 February 5 S. G. opinion The right to privacy 
1988 January 22 S.G. opinion Library open on Suday 
1988 February 5 letter opinion Reflections of an ex-grad: a week at Wheaton 
1988 February 5 Dave Frey opinion A joyful jokester 
1988 February 5 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion Of privacy and paternalism 
1988 February 5 Gigi Kemp and Jaime Trapp sports Backbone is warming bench 
1988 February 5 Jon Kaiser sports  Why do they keep going back? 
1988 February 5 John Engstrom sports Skaters end drought 
1988 February 12 John Schmalzbauer front page Dems to caucus 
1988 February 12 Kristin Larson front page Students join Dole 
1988 February 12 Janice Bakke and Kristin Larson front page Meese aide to fill post 
1988 February 12 Kevin Ahrenholz with Teri Kondo front page Does chapel meet goal? 
1988 February 12 Kitty Wilson front page Banquet tradition continues 
1988 February 12 Heidi Rolland news Staff members author new books 
1988 February 12 Lisa Miller features Fatigued at fourth 
1988 February 12 Teri Kondo with Kevin Ahrenholz features Chapel hit by mice and monsters 
1988 February 12 Teri Kondo features Nuclear age examined 
1988 February 12 Stewart Reed arts Antigone presents dilemma 
1988 February 12 Lillian Lubaton arts Couch Trip: fair or foul? 
1988 February 12 Cole Luck arts Sting rocks steady 
1988 February 12 Cole Luck arts Lucky on spirit 
1988 February 12 Julia DeNeve arts DeGarmo & Key shake it 
1988 February 12 editorial opinion Insensitivity upbraided 
1988 February 12 letter opinion Preconceptions admonished 
1988 February 12 Joan Hubbell opinion Searching on LaSalle St. 
1988 February 12 letters  opinion Nicaraguan revelationss 
1988 February 12 letters opinion A Christian profession 
1988 February 12 Jon Sweeney opinion Incantations of democracy 
1988 February 12 Mark Hall opinion Of sticks and carrots 
1988 February 12 Doug Rothschild sports Wheaton grad signs 
1988 February 12 Joh Kaiser sports Volleyball club starts strong 
1988 February 19 Ruth Almroth front page Woman trustee announced 
1988 February 19 homosexulaity at Wheaton front page Student struggles with sexuality 
1988 February 19 Teri Kondo with Kevin Ahrenholz front page Skipping chaple hurts 
1988 February 19 Hansi Kess front page Sider to challenge 
1988 February 19 Kristin Larson  front page WETN week is proclaimed 
1988 February 19 Rachel Greenhow news News Summary 
1988 February 19 Candee McIntosh news Missionary scholar named 
1988 February 19 Chris Johnson news Bible prof honored 
1988 February 19 photo poll news Do you think there is a problem with homosexuality on campus? 
1988 February 19 Cindy Olsen and Bob McCauley arts From Bond to Bogie 
1988 February 19 music arts Get a taste of island reggae 
1988 February 19 Renee Roscoe arts Mozart does Wheaton 
1988 February 19 film arts The Serpent shows power 
1988 February 19 homosexulaity at Wheaton features Information offers first-aid to students who struggle 
1988 February 19 Beth Burgess features Good morning, Miss Burgess 
1988 February 19 Max Vanderpool  features Creativity finds outlet 
1988 February 19 Kevin Ahrenholz with Teri Kondo features Will the revivals rest in peace? 
1988 February 19 editorial opinion Racism at Wheaton, still... 
1988 February 19 letters opinion "Senior counselor" perspective 
1988 February 19 letters  opinion Holy humor? 
1988 February 19 letters opinion On overcoming Greek tyrants, Nazis, and Communists 
1988 February 19 letters opinion Student involvement stressed 
1988 February 19 letters opinion Merk responds 
1988 February 19 letters opinion Of heretics and healers 
1988 February 19 Dr. Jack Swartz sports Swartz gets special job 
1988 February 19 swimming sports Swimmers "hardcore" 
1988 February 19 Kimberly Gilman sports Track team shows grit 
1988 February 19 Jonathan Kaiser sports  Crusaders get rocked 
1988 February 26 Kristin Larson with Dave Vanderveen front page Tuition scheduled to rise 
1988 February 26 student government front page Student body lacks interest 
1988 February 26 Candee McIntosh front page Will to visit Wheaton 
1988 February 26 homosexuality at Wheaton front page Struggling students offered help 
1988 February 26 Tara Barnett news Olympic studey offered 
1988 February 26 Laurie Clark and Laef Olson news Students run for office 
1988 February 26 Heidi Rolland news News Summary 
1988 February 26 homosexuality at Wheaton features Friends of homosexual students caught in web 
1988 February 26 student government features Static wracks comunication 
1988 February 26 Irene Wong features Play it again Sam! 
1988 February 26 Coleman Luck arts Comics get character 
1988 February 26 Eric Whitehead arts Rock is Mad at The World 
1988 February 26 Kristin Searfoss arts Dillard's memories come alive 
1988 February 26 Joe Slevcove arts Jack Lemmon has Mass Appeal 
1988 February 26 editorial opinion Homosexuals are human 
1988 February 26 letters opinion Homosexulaity: it's just not right 
1988 February 26 letters opinion Rave reviews 
1988 February 26 letters opinion Questionable unquestioning 
1988 February 26 letters  opinion Anarchy rules? 
1988 February 26 Jon Sweeney opinion Overcoming racism 
1988 February 26 letter opinion Why call it "worship"? 
1988 February 26 letter opinion Issue coverage commended 
1988 February 26 Dave Frey opinion Complexities create column 
1988 February 26 hockey sports Hockey team finishes strong 
1988 February 26 Eun Ahn sports Self-defense is a kick 
1988 February 26 basketball sports Victory slips past women's basketball 
1988 March 18 John Schmalzbauer front page Jackson excites Pierce audience 
1988 March 18 Heidi Rolland front page Missions will be highlighted 
1988 March 18 Kitty Wilson with Jeff Hahn front page General Ed is a major/minor issue 
1988 March 18 Candee McIntosh front page Dole speaks for husband 
1988 March 18 student government news SG's power is examined 
1988 March 18 Amy VerHoof and Elisabeth Allebach news Students minister to Latin village 
1988 March 18 Nathan Adams and Jonathan Kaiser news New team joins race 
1988 March 18 homosexuality at Wheaton news Openness is under debate 
1988 March 18 homosexuality at Wheaton news Policy on homosexuality stated 
1988 March 18 photo poll news What kind of power do you think Student Government has? 
1988 March 18 Julia DeNeve arts Taff to move and shake in Edman 
1988 March 18 Matt Kine arts Lofty art found in Adams? 
1988 March 18 general education features Requirements high? 
1988 March 18 homosexuality at Wheaton features Group seeks to minister 
1988 March 18 student government features Criticism raises few solutions 
1988 March 18 Amy Verhoef features Mischief thrives on the Stupe's farside 
1988 March 18 editorial opinion Conformity is not Christianity 
1988 March 18 Mark Hall opinion Why not the best? 
1988 March 18 letters opinion Political polarization 
1988 March 18 letters opinion Hope for homosexuals 
1988 March 18 Jarrett Arp and Andy Keller opinion Trends and intransegence 
1988 March 18 Dave Frey opinion Of clowns and others 
1988 March 18 letters opinion Racism redefined 
1988 March 18 letters opinion Meal plan bemoaned 
1988 March 18 Ron Romberger sports Golf on the upswing this spring 
1988 March 18 Jeff McCalls sports I.M. goes for vogue new post-vacation look 
1988 March 25 Kristin Larson front page Students forced on meal plan 
1988 March 25 Marilyn Simonds front page Record wins honors 
1988 March 25 student discipline front page Discipline policy debated 
1988 March 25 Katherine Halberstadt front page Graduate School celebrate 50th 
1988 March 25 general education news Do requirements help or hinder? 
1988 March 25 Becky Wertz news Woman elected SG president 
1988 March 25 Melinda Leaver news Honduras project featured on TV 
1988 March 25 Curt Coddington features Hundreds share gospel in prisons 
1988 March 25 Jeff Hahn with Kitty Wilson features Wheaton GE towers over other schools 
1988 March 25 Holly Hanson with Amy Beckman features Students shed light on discipline 
1988 March 25 Coleman Luck arts Equalizer hits Wheaton 
1988 March 25 anonymous arts Anonymous batfan exposes batsoul 
1988 March 25 Dawn Holt arts Women sing colorfully 
1988 March 25 Tod Adams arts Little Nikita big let down 
1988 March 25 Sam Pitman arts The Pogues play real Irish 
1988 March 25 editorial opinion Housing policy hashed over 
1988 March 25 letters opinion Housing policy rehashed 
1988 March 25 letters opinion Competency, not classes 
1988 March 25 Joh Sweeney opinion S. stimulates spirituality 
1988 March 25 letters opinion Confrontation: asn issue to confront 
1988 March 25 letters opinion Position clarified 
1988 March 25 Joan Hubbell opinion  Attack of the abstracts 
1988 March 25 David Vanderveen sports Willey receives team honors 
1988 March 25 swimming sports Swimmers snake time 
1988 March 25 baseball sports Baseball boys topple Trinity 
1988 April 8 Stephen Thyberg front page Thyberg is remembered 
1988 April 8 Candee McIntosh front page Search for missing couple cotinues 
1988 April 8 Katherine Halberstadt front page Joni to visit campus 
1988 April 8 Rich Anderson front page Prof's book banned 
1988 April 8 student discipline news Discipline weighed 
1988 April 8 Tara Barnett news King's dream reevaluated 
1988 April 8 student discipline news Student judicial board debated 
1988 April 8 Coleman Luck arts "Equalizer" writer talks 
1988 April 8 Rachel Hagfors arts Choir songs span time 
1988 April 8 Stewart Reed arts Reed picks to videos 
1988 April 8 Stewart Reed arts Seasons change Arena Theatre 
1988 April 8 Amy Beckman with Holly Hanson features Student Development dispells fear 
1988 April 8 Valerie Linker features Olive Branch brings hope 
1988 April 8 editorial  opinion Easy answers unsatisfactory 
1988 April 8 columns opinion Alumnus argues for awareness 
1988 April 8 Mark Hall opinion Racism reconsidered 
1988 April 8 letters opinion Grieving is necessary 
1988 April 8 Dave Frey opinion Memorial more than emotions 
1988 April 8 Roberta Panhwani opinion Children of war 
1988 April 8 column opinion In your own words 
1988 April 8 column opinion Clarification 
1988 April 8 lacrosse sports Barbarian lacrosse slashes Dutchmen 
1988 April 8 Dave Vanderveen sports Triumph escapes tennis team 
1988 April 8 John Engstrom sports Cold meet slows feet 
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