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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 68, No. 25, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1992

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 68, No. 25, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Hannah, Jim. Vote of Confidence Draws Faculty Debate – Faculty Senate, Thomas Meredith
  • Nations, Jeff. Jack Harbaugh’s Future Settled – For Now At Least
  • Wells, Greg. Changes Could Affect Awards – Student Financial Aid
  • Cassady, Pam. Preston Health & Activities Center – Breaks for Christmas
  • Student Ticket Policies in Place
  • Faculty Senate’s Motives Should Be Questioned
  • Johnson, Steve. Editorial Cartoon Faculty Senate Ambushes Thomas Meredith
  • Fans Win With Ticket Pick-Up Policy
  • Clark, Patrick. Homosexuality is Not Wrong
  • Bunnell, David. Pro-Choice is Pro-Abortion
  • Osborne, Jennifer. Welfare Recipients Not Lazy ...


The Octofoil, November/December 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association Nov 1992

The Octofoil, November/December 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association

The Octofoil

The Octofoil is the offical publication of the Ninth Infantry Division Association, Inc., an organization formed by the officers and men of the 9th Infantry Division in order to perpetuate the memory of fallen comrades, preserve the esprit de corps of the Division, promote peace and serve as an information bureau about the 9th Infantry Division. The Association is made up of 9th Infantry veterans from WWII and Vietnam, spouses, widows and lineal descendants.


Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - November) No. 4, Maine Women's Lobby Staff Nov 1992

Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - November) No. 4, Maine Women's Lobby Staff

Maine Women's Publications - All

No abstract provided.


New York Revisited, Shaun O'Connell Sep 1992

New York Revisited, Shaun O'Connell

New England Journal of Public Policy

The works discussed in this article include: City of the World: New York and Its People, by Bernie Bookbinder; New York, New York, by Oliver E. Allen; New York Intellect: A History of Intellectual Life in New York City, from 1750 to the Beginnings of Our Own Time, by Thomas Bender; The Heart of the World, by Nik Cohn; The Art of the City: Views and Versions of New York, by Peter Conrad; After Henry, by Joan Didion; Literary New York: A History and Guide, by Susan Edmiston and Linda D. Cirino; Our New York: A Personal Vision in Words ...


The Octofoil, August/September/October 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association Aug 1992

The Octofoil, August/September/October 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association

The Octofoil

The Octofoil is the offical publication of the Ninth Infantry Division Association, Inc., an organization formed by the officers and men of the 9th Infantry Division in order to perpetuate the memory of fallen comrades, preserve the esprit de corps of the Division, promote peace and serve as an information bureau about the 9th Infantry Division. The Association is made up of 9th Infantry veterans from WWII and Vietnam, spouses, widows and lineal descendants.


The New Military Revolution: Post-Industrial Change, Antulio J. Echevarria Ii, John M. Shaw Jul 1992

The New Military Revolution: Post-Industrial Change, Antulio J. Echevarria Ii, John M. Shaw

The US Army War College Quarterly: Parameters

No abstract provided.


Moral Hazard And Gatt Article Xviii(B), Hartley Furtan Jun 1992

Moral Hazard And Gatt Article Xviii(B), Hartley Furtan

GATT Research Papers

Article XVIII(B) of the GATT code allows developing countries to use tariffs to reduce imports when their balance-of-payments problems result in a low foreign currency reserve. While the intent of this GATT provision is sound, it has led to moral hazard problems. This chapter reviews the history and safeguards of Article XVIII(B0 and identifies some of its specific moral hazard problems. A model addressing these problems is then presented, and alternative policies are suggested to reform the Article.


Ua12/2/2 1992 Talisman, None Jun 1992

Ua12/2/2 1992 Talisman, None

WKU Archives Records

1992 Talisman yearbook.


The Octofoil, May/June/July 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association May 1992

The Octofoil, May/June/July 1992, Ninth Infantry Division Association

The Octofoil

The Octofoil is the offical publication of the Ninth Infantry Division Association, Inc., an organization formed by the officers and men of the 9th Infantry Division in order to perpetuate the memory of fallen comrades, preserve the esprit de corps of the Division, promote peace and serve as an information bureau about the 9th Infantry Division. The Association is made up of 9th Infantry veterans from WWII and Vietnam, spouses, widows and lineal descendants.


Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - April) No. 3, Maine Women's Lobby Staff Apr 1992

Maine Women's Lobby News Letter (1992 - April) No. 3, Maine Women's Lobby Staff

Maine Women's Publications - All

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Kathie Boulanger Mar 1992

Untitled, Kathie Boulanger

New England Journal of Public Policy

Poetry by Kathie Boulanger, who is a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled. Her poem first appeared in Pile of Papers; Stack of Karma, a collection of poetry published by the Portland Coalition Press. Reprinted with permission.


My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros Mar 1992

My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Edward Baros, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.


My Life, Thomas Newman Mar 1992

My Life, Thomas Newman

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Thomas Newman, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. He hopes to be a photographer.


Down And Out In Boston, Jack Thomas Mar 1992

Down And Out In Boston, Jack Thomas

New England Journal of Public Policy

Jack Thomas is a reporter for the Boston Globe, in which this article first appeared, on February 12, 1992. Reprinted with permission.


Let Them Have Housing, Wendy Quinones Mar 1992

Let Them Have Housing, Wendy Quinones

New England Journal of Public Policy

Does eliminating homelessness primarily require social services or affordable housing? Research done among former guests of the family shelter operated by Wellspring House, Inc., suggests that, at least for one group of homeless mothers, the provision of secure and affordable housing enables them to function and even to flourish. This article explores both the research and its philosophical underpinnings.


Winter, Edward Baros Mar 1992

Winter, Edward Baros

New England Journal of Public Policy

Poem by Edward Baros.


A Visit To The Vet Hospital, D. B. Mar 1992

A Visit To The Vet Hospital, D. B.

New England Journal of Public Policy

D.B. is a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled. His poem first appeared in The Portland Coalition Advocate. Reprinted with permission.


Winds Curse, Robert Pavel Mar 1992

Winds Curse, Robert Pavel

New England Journal of Public Policy

Robert Pavel is a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled. His poem first appeared in Pile of Papers; Stack of Karma, a collection of poetry published by the Portland Coalition Press. Reprinted with permission.


The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds Mar 1992

The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds

New England Journal of Public Policy

Betty Reynolds is a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. She loves "to write short stories and poems."


In Search Of Safety: Double Jeopardy For Battered Women, Pamela H. Zappardino, Deborah Debare Mar 1992

In Search Of Safety: Double Jeopardy For Battered Women, Pamela H. Zappardino, Deborah Debare

New England Journal of Public Policy

Battering is the single most common cause of injury to U.S. women. Its myriad consequences affect every aspect of the lives of its victims and its children. In their search for safety, many battered women and their children find themselves homeless not because they do not have homes, but because their homes are unsafe. They are homeless because to go home would invite further injury or even death. This article discusses the unique issues and implications of double jeopardy for battered women, including the crisis components of their homelessness, the economic and emotional impacts, the child custody issues, the ...


On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner Mar 1992

On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner

New England Journal of Public Policy

Lars Eighner became homeless in 1988 after leaving a job he had held for ten years as an attendant at a state hospital in Austin, Texas. He lives in a small apartment in Austin and continues to scavenge. This article was originally published in the Fall 1990 issue of The Threepenny Review. Reprinted with permission.


Question, Edward Baros Mar 1992

Question, Edward Baros

New England Journal of Public Policy

Poem by Edward Baros.


Homelessness, A. E. S. Mar 1992

Homelessness, A. E. S.

New England Journal of Public Policy

Personal story from A.E.S., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


Shelter The American Way: Federal Urban Housing Policy, 1900-1980, Ronald Dale Karr Mar 1992

Shelter The American Way: Federal Urban Housing Policy, 1900-1980, Ronald Dale Karr

New England Journal of Public Policy

American urban housing policy has featured subsidies for the suburban middle class and parsimonious spending for the urban poor. The outlines of this policy took shape during the Progressive Era: acceptance of the capitalistic market economy, support for the deserving poor needing temporary help, toleration of racial segregation, and the designation of overcrowding as the single most important urban problem. Progressive housing reformers championed stricter housing codes and model tenements, but housing conditions for the urban poor showed little improvement.

The U.S. government avoided direct involvement in housing until the early 1920s, when it promoted local zoning legislation. Under ...


Diary, Susan M. Fowler Mar 1992

Diary, Susan M. Fowler

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Susan Fowler, a former resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. She now lives in her own apartment in Newport with her two-year-old daughter and is "doing great." Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.


Anger, A. E. S. Mar 1992

Anger, A. E. S.

New England Journal of Public Policy

Poetry by A.E.S., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


Homelessness Past And Present: The Case Of The United States, 1890-1925, Ellen Bassuk, Deborah Franklin Mar 1992

Homelessness Past And Present: The Case Of The United States, 1890-1925, Ellen Bassuk, Deborah Franklin

New England Journal of Public Policy

An examination of the professional, political, and popular literature on the nature and extent of homelessness from 1890 to 1925 affords a comparison of the economic and social characteristics of the homeless population at the turn of the century with that of today. The discussion covers the ensuing debates over the causes of homelessness, the various subgroups among the homeless during both periods, and the relative rates of homelessness, the context of extreme poverty and dislocation, and the prevalence of individual disabilities. Except for the growing numbers of homeless families over the past decade, the homeless populations during both eras ...


Twin Peaks, Vince Putnam Mar 1992

Twin Peaks, Vince Putnam

New England Journal of Public Policy

Poetry by Vince Putnam, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. He is pursuing an MSW degree at the University of Rhode Island.


Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, July 2, 1990, Cambridge. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


The Housing Affordability Slide In Action: How Single Mothers Slip Into Homelessness, Elizabeth A. Mulroy Mar 1992

The Housing Affordability Slide In Action: How Single Mothers Slip Into Homelessness, Elizabeth A. Mulroy

New England Journal of Public Policy

This article presents the concept of a housing affordability slide toward homelessness, then analyzes how single mothers living in the Northeast experienced the stark reality of the slide in the summer of 1991. Discussion on critical elements of the slide includes a resource squeeze between high housing costs and low incomes, frequent residential mobility, limited locational choice, and multiple stress burdens. Single mothers speak in their own voices to explain their experiences of the slide and what its impact has been on them and their families. Policy recommendations cover linkage between family well-being and national urban policy and a court-ordered ...