, Fall 1980 Vol.50 No.4
The Campus and the C0urts/ 2
Increasing litigation is throwing universities across the country into a number of courtroom encounters. `
Demand for Legal Serv1ces/10
UK legal counsel John Darsie shares his observations of the changing attitude toward suing universities.
Students w1th Troubles! 12
UK Student Government has set up a legal aid service to help students with a variety of problems.
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Alumn1 Volunteer Leadersh1p D1rectory/ 15
A pull-out guide to alumni leaders who can keep you in touch with UK and get you in touch in their hometown areas.
Understand1ng Terror1sm/ 19
A student explores the rationale of terrorism following the seizure of the American Embassy and the holding
of 53 hostages in Iran.
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Take the Poss1b1l1ty of Kldnapplng Ser1ously/22
A former hostage who survived tells you how he did it and what you can learn from his experience.
, The College of Knowledge/25
Philip Morris, Inc. and the College of Agriculture pioneer a program that demonstrates the public need for new
as well as applied knowledge.
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