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The Tulane Torch In Depth Reporting The 1980-81 season marked the second year of publication for The Tulane Torch. The paper began the fall semester as a second weekly paper, present- ing news and campus events. The financial situation at the Torch was not up to the standards of the Media Board; moreover, being dissatisfied with the performance of the paper, the Board initiated a reshuffling of the staff, installing Dave Wilson as the new Editor in Chief. The Torch changed its format from a newspaper to a weekly magazine, thereby giving the publica- tion a new look. The paper, which is still considered a minor media, has completed its two year proba- tionary period and is now eligible for status as a major media. The fate of Tulane ' s second weekly will be determined by the new media board. Staff Member, Julie Hardig lays out a page during another Mon- day night deadline. Row 1; Wendy Goldstein Andre Rog Row 2: Greg Swift Steve Green Julie Hardig Sigal Shapira Clo Devlin Row 3: Dave Wilson John Nakrosis 103
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Tulane Literary Magazine Exhibiting Students ' Creativity Row 1: Adam Kalkin III Jean Marc Levy Peter Schloss Heidi Leabman Row 2: Jeri Cohen Doug Ehrenworth HoUy O ' Brien Michelle LeMaistre Not pictured: Steve Peskind The Fall Literary Magazine cover was designed by Rex Kerr. Editors Doug Ehrenworth and Michelle LeMaistre type a poem into the Vari-typer type setting machine. 102
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