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Serving the Point
The volleyball team has started to come into its own. The team has
overcome injuries and the difficulty of adapting to a new coach while still making
their games competitive. While they have not been able to put together an
undefeated season, they have put together an undefeatable attitude.
New Food Policv Upsets Students
A new rule preventing students from taking food outside of the dining hall
has been annoying the campus. Many feel that the rule is not well thought out and
arbitrarily enforced. Some students intend to violate the rule whenever possible.
People Are Listening
For the first time in several years, St. Andrews has a radio station. WSAP is
currently playing on cable channel 63 and should be available on a FM band before
College Deans Plan Changes
The college administration underwent some interesting changes this
summer. St. Andrews has two new Deans, and another plans to retire at the end of
Fill in the Angst
Editor's Column Number One: Orange Falling Down.
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