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  • Two ERAU Cessnas collide over Prescott
  • Defense Department accused of animal cruelty
  • Skyfest exhibits classic airshows
  • Richards to be FAA administrator
  • Motorcycle accident claims another victim
  • Editorials
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Student Forum
  • The first three Tampicos delivered
  • Embry-Riddle students show off their talent
  • ERAU lacrosse finishes up season in third
  • Golf team has their best finish in the Caddyshack Open
  • ERAU tennis team makes history with first winning season
  • Vaudeville returns
  • Citrus industry hopes Japan will open market
  • Spring Break ceases
  • Jazz comes to Daytona
  • Breakers make the most of Daytona
  • Defense cuts prove to be a double edged sword for some democrats
  • Tsongas may rejoin race after yesterday's New York primary
  • Clinton and Brown take time out to join in Washington D.C. abortion rights march
  • 'Uncle Ed' Savitz was man with two faces
  • White House decides whether Bush should attend 'Earth Summit'
  • Voters believe Texas billionaire has the answer
  • Ian McCulloch marks his transition from Echo and the Bunnymen
  • Critic's Corner: White Men Can't Jump does not take Woody far from Cheers
  • Great science fiction writer Isaac Asimov dies Monday at age 72
  • Little Village has a lot to offer in the way of musicians but not in music
  • Music and censorship clash at The Combat Zone
  • Ice-T breaks the barriers of music with his new band Body Count
  • A brief and subtle look at the history of Metal

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


College newspapers, College students' writings

Avion 1992-04-08 (A)



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