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1990

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Lion's Head, Joseph Aranyosi Oct 1990

Lion's Head, Joseph Aranyosi

The Messenger

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See-Saw, Harvey Whitney Oct 1990

See-Saw, Harvey Whitney

The Messenger

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Regression, Amy Joyner Oct 1990

Regression, Amy Joyner

The Messenger

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Untitled, Colleen Phelon Oct 1990

Untitled, Colleen Phelon

The Messenger

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Tribute, Alexia Meyers Oct 1990

Tribute, Alexia Meyers

The Messenger

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To Young Politicians, Alisa G. Mayor Oct 1990

To Young Politicians, Alisa G. Mayor

The Messenger

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The Messenger, Fall 1990 Oct 1990

The Messenger, Fall 1990

The Messenger

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Cover Art, Joseph Aranyosi Oct 1990

Cover Art, Joseph Aranyosi

The Messenger

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Le Musee De Vie, Joseph Aranyosi Oct 1990

Le Musee De Vie, Joseph Aranyosi

The Messenger

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Higher Education? . . ., Trevor Myers Oct 1990

Higher Education? . . ., Trevor Myers

The Messenger

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Untitled, Mike Dunn Oct 1990

Untitled, Mike Dunn

The Messenger

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Untitled, Colleen Phelon Oct 1990

Untitled, Colleen Phelon

The Messenger

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She Stands, Amy Joyner Oct 1990

She Stands, Amy Joyner

The Messenger

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Spark Revisited, Rich Miller Oct 1990

Spark Revisited, Rich Miller

The Messenger

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Untitled, Grant Mudge Oct 1990

Untitled, Grant Mudge

The Messenger

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Nude, Paranita Carpenter Oct 1990

Nude, Paranita Carpenter

The Messenger

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Untitled, S. K. Mcmillan Oct 1990

Untitled, S. K. Mcmillan

The Messenger

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Subtext, S. K. Mcmillan Oct 1990

Subtext, S. K. Mcmillan

The Messenger

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Fade To Black, Gia Medeiros Oct 1990

Fade To Black, Gia Medeiros

The Messenger

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Gambit, Jeff Hall Oct 1990

Gambit, Jeff Hall

The Messenger

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To Taste The Rains, Grant Mudge Oct 1990

To Taste The Rains, Grant Mudge

The Messenger

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Clean-Up On Aisle Five, Jeff Fowler Oct 1990

Clean-Up On Aisle Five, Jeff Fowler

The Messenger

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Wrva's Public Service Broadcasting From 1925 Through World War Ii, Mary Julianne Roman-Daffron Aug 1990

Wrva's Public Service Broadcasting From 1925 Through World War Ii, Mary Julianne Roman-Daffron

Master's Theses

The purpose of this thesis is to analyze WRVA's public service broadcasting from 1925 through 1945. The four criteria used in making selections from archival material at the University of Virginia and from other sources include: historical significance, importance of authorship, relationship to World War II, and broad topical significance emphasizing WRVA's public service broadcasting.

WRVA's public service broadcasting is defined as unsponored programming. Often produced at WRVA's expense, it readily separates into six subject areas: political and legislative, community service, religious, educational, agricultural, and war-related programming, and three program classifications: public service announcements, special one-time ...


A Study Of The United States Army Security Assistance Training Program, Albert Ferris Leftwich Aug 1990

A Study Of The United States Army Security Assistance Training Program, Albert Ferris Leftwich

Master's Theses

Since the beginnings of the Cold War, the United States has provided arms and training to selected allied or friendly nations. Through the Security Assistance Training Program (SATP), over 500,000 foreign military personnel from 123 countries have been trained by the U.S. military services. Despite its relative low cost and low profile, the SATP has been a significant tool of U.S. foreign Policy by establishing communication and influence with elites, particularly of Third World nations. The Department of Defense and the Department of the Army have established a large, worldwide organization to manage the SATP. These agencies ...


A Study Of The Movement To Equalize Virginia's Dual School Systems During The Years 1934-1945 With A Focus On Chesterfield County And Richmond City Public Schools, Michael Stephen Irby Aug 1990

A Study Of The Movement To Equalize Virginia's Dual School Systems During The Years 1934-1945 With A Focus On Chesterfield County And Richmond City Public Schools, Michael Stephen Irby

Master's Theses

The efforts to equalize the legally segregated schools in Virginia began in the mid 1930's. It was a movement supported by the N.A.A.C.P. and others that targeted six specific areas: (1) Equality of school term; (2) Equality of pay for black teachers having the same qualifications and doing the same work as white teachers; (3) Equality of transportation for black school children at public expense; (4) Equality of buildings and equipment; (5) Equality of per capita expenditure for education of black students; (6) Equality in graduate and professional training. The major sources of information used ...


Twice Condemned: Slaves And The Criminal Laws Of Virginia, 1705-1865 (Book Review), Edward L. Ayers May 1990

Twice Condemned: Slaves And The Criminal Laws Of Virginia, 1705-1865 (Book Review), Edward L. Ayers

History Faculty Publications

Review of the book, Twice Condemned: Slaves and the Criminal Laws of Virginia, 1705-1865, by Philip J. Schwarz. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, 1988.


Undoing Ideologies In Diachronic Studies Of English : Towards More Realistic Pictures Of Language Changes From Late Oe To Me, Seiki Ayano May 1990

Undoing Ideologies In Diachronic Studies Of English : Towards More Realistic Pictures Of Language Changes From Late Oe To Me, Seiki Ayano

Master's Theses

For over a century, the development of English, especially its two waves of foreign influence during the period between late OE to ME, has been a controversial area. This paper attempts to examine the two instances of foreign influence exerted upon English using several important notions taken from pidgin-creole and bilingual theories to provide more realistic pictures of the two language contact situations. The paper does not provide a clear-cut conclusion, but rather it undoes age-old binary models, e.g., pro-Germanic vs. pro-Romance, introduces new insights, and raises questions regarding sociolinguistic aspects of language contact and the transformation of English ...


Image And Image-Making : The Case Of Jordan, Joseph A. Rowley May 1990

Image And Image-Making : The Case Of Jordan, Joseph A. Rowley

Master's Theses

This thesis is an analysis of the public relations campaign of the Jordanian government with respect to its major economic development projects. It surveys the tourism, agriculture, mining and manufacturing, baking and finance, and commercial aviation sectors. The chapters trace the evolution, planning and development of each sector. The procedure entailed a thorough analysis of development and tourist literature published by the Jordanian Ministry of Information, the Jordan Information Bureau, and the Jordan National Planning Council, along with pronouncements by Jordanian officials and reports in the Jordanian press, concurrent with an investigation of each sector using scholarly sources--books, journal articles ...


London On The Eve Of War 1642, Daniel Roberts May 1990

London On The Eve Of War 1642, Daniel Roberts

Master's Theses

At the beginning of his reign the City of London was well-disposed toward King Charles I. Yet, in early January 1642, he felt compelled to flee the environs of the capital. This essay seeks to describe the cause of alienation between King and capital, concluding that Charles' policies so abused the City and its leaders that their natural royalist predisposition was shattered and London became the engine of Parliament's victory in the Civil War. Chapter One describes the physical appearance of the City of London at the time. The second chapter is a demographic survey portraying the city fathers ...


Mimi See Mimi Do, Gordon Herald Apr 1990

Mimi See Mimi Do, Gordon Herald

The Messenger

No abstract provided.