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Highlights include: Sex education policy delayed in president's office --In 1988 the U.S. Supreme Court said high school officials could control the contents of school newspapers. College newspapers that are published as “open forums” are another matter because they are protected by First Amendment rights --Bridgestock was a live concert presented by the University of Bridgeport Student Congress --Dead Eye Dick takes a backseat to Toad's Place opening band, a local Yale group of four seniors, Earl’s Comfort Station --The death of protest dress in the 90s -- SHU Junior soccer star, Jen Fallon, from Milford, CT, the All-New England player, recently reached a pinnacle in her career. Fallon is the first female player to ever obtain 100 points (two points for each goal, one for each assist) --Men's soccer to take on Franklin Pierce --Rugby loses for the first time, to Rutgers.



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