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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

October 1994 Page 5 I sought sage advice to \ */ ' I discover a tasty \2s & inexpensive lunch close to school. '—\ i > 0> l\ <§otot()c <§olbtn itlountam. © In Houston? Hint ^>on, ntp ijungrp fncnb, lurn S>on. Cafeteriastyle Lunch $3 83 Daily Lunch Special $2m KIM SORT RESTAURANT UHD St. Thomas S. Tx. Law HCC I Kim Son 2001 Jefferson UH Buffet 11 am - 3 pm Weekdays Open 11 am - midnight Mon. - Thurs. 11 am -1 am FrL - Sun. CIjt jftlclro "ÍEexatf r &>pcrial Btyitc line" if Sat ^on- S222461 This class could help you land a job, prof says ADA joins curriculum By JAMES PASSAMANO ( Editor's Note: James Passamano is an adjunct professor at South Texas College of Law. This spring, he will teach the course entitled, "Civil Rights of Disabled Per- sons. " Passamano is a trial attorney for the United States Equal Em- ployment Opportunity Commis- sion, and is a former judicial clerk in the United States District Court. He is a 1990 graduate of South Texas College of...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

Page 6 October 1994 wto\\fatwhfflwh^whyvifowh LIBRARY BOOK SALE The South Texas Library will hold its Fourth Giant Book Sale Oct. 20-21 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the History Room on the third floor of the library. Items for sale include mystery, romance, science fiction, children's and law books, as well as media items such as videotapes, CDs, audio tapes and record albums. The proceeds will help fund STCL's new library build- ing. Our past three book sales have netted more than $7,000. Please help us make this book sale another success. Y'all donate, y'all come and y'all buy! BLACK LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION The Black Law Students Association held a successful voter-registration drive at Sing-On Supermarket on Sunday, Sept. 25, from 12 to 4 p.m. BLSA regis- tered approximately 70 people to vote in the November elections. Glyne Worrell, BLSA's commu- nity service co-director, coordi- nated this community service project on behalf of BLSA. The Black Law Students Association began its m...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

October 1994 Page 7 v^whatwhoiwhejewhywhowhatwhenwhae Hispanic Law Students Association Members attend convention, meet A.G. Hispanic Law Students Association mem- bers John F. Garza, Canee Chavarria, Raymond Benavides, Lynna Marroquin, Frank Garza and Laura Gonzalez participated in the Hispanic Na- tional Bar Association's (HNBA) annual conven- tion on Sept. 14-18, in Phoenix, Ariz. This year's theme was "La Familia Hispana — A Myriad of Faces." The convention's purpose was to bring together hundreds of Hispanic attorneys and law students from across the United States, Puerto Rico and Mexico to provide participants in both an educational and social setting the opportunity to learn from each other, share with one another and develop strong links between attorneys and stu- dents. Upon arrival, students attended a luncheon in honor of Hispanic women business leaders. Evening entertainment was filled with salsa, cumbia and merenque music by Carmela Ramirez y Mas. One of the many benefi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

Page 8 October 1994 Getting to know you Lack of preparation is a crime to this professor By KATHLEEN CARNEY Annotations Assistant Business Manager Preparation is a must if you take any course from Professor Neil McCabe. "Hitman" McCabe has been known to don dark glasses and pack a toy machine gun for the unprepared students who earn themselves places on his infamous "hit list." A STCL graduate, McCabe was a member of the school's first team to win the state moot court title. He started teaching at STCL in 1983. Before that, he clerked for the Texas Court of Criminal Ap- peals. He says his forte is criminal law and criminal procedure, both of which he teaches here, but he also teaches courses in federal and state constitutional law. In addi- tion, he coaches STCL's moot court advocates. McCabe is somewhat of a local celebrity, often asked to appear in television, newspaper and radio news stories to analyze or interpret legal trends and cele- brated lawsuits. He is called upon fairly ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

October 1994 Page 9 The semester is fading quickly, lLs; Here's all you need to survive intact By KARL WESTON You have made it through your first couple of months in law school and you are still alive. You seek the answer to the meaning of life or, in the alternative, how to get good grades on that first set of exams; or, if you didn't do well the first time, how can you get those scores up. The following are some unofficial tips, hints and general advice gathered from some who have managed to last at STCL for at least two years. Class Preparation Use your time wisely; time is a big commodity during the first year. I often see lLs fill up the library during the first couple of weeks, studying furiously, only to be replaced by empty chairs as the semester progresses. Pay at- tention to what the professors are looking for in terms of prep: If they want details, then give them SMART OFFICE SYSTEMS New and Reconditioned Copiers LOWER PRICES Sales, Rentals, Service, Supplies High-Medium-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

Page 10 October 1994 collegiate crossword w 59 61 60 62 ©Edward Julius Collegiate CW83-10 41 October birthstone 10 Lawyer (abbr.) MUnUoO 42 shop 11 Outbursts of 1 Dreamer 44 Bosc and Bartlett applause 9 Residence 48 Accelerate 12 praecox 14 Scraped dry 49 Lincoln's Secretary (madness) 16 Composer of of State 13 Rubber band "Bolero" 51 Fat used in making 15 Failure in school 17 Give up tal low 21 Uncle in "The 18 Western pasture 52 Fear Addams Family" grass 55 Ursula Andress film 23 Sell to the public 19 Three-toed sloths 56 Mas sick 27 Homeless child 20 Bartolomeo 57 One who reconse- 29 Actor George or Cristofori's crates? Steve invention (pi.) 59 Mother 31 Prepared 22 River flowing into 60 Inhumanly severe 33 Here rests in peace the North Sea 61 Inferred conclu- (abbr.) 24 Stirrup-shaped bone sions 34 Mother of the middle ear 62 Loses weight 35 Film about far-away 25 Investor's income places (abbr.) DOWN 36 Toward the ocean 26 "The Taming of the 38 The act of trans- —" 1 Literary c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

October 1994 Page 11 Oxford continued from page 10 the murder of Amy Lopez. I do not know her story, except what I read in the newspapers. She was 24 and was to begin medical school at Texas Tech in January. She had received a six-week trip to Europe as a graduation gift. She was hit over the head, stabbed repeatedly and robbed in "broad daylight" at a major tourist attraction. There were indications that she had tried to fight her attacker. I don't know what happened. She may not have understood the robber's demands and fought him, and he panicked. Or, it may have been a crazed psycho who didn't like the way she looked. We will prob- ably never know. The German police are looking for a suspect. Amy's death was tragic, but the knowledge of her fate would not have changed my plans to travel alone. Women, or for that matter anyone, traveling abroad by themselves have to take a little extra precaution because there is no one there to back them up should trouble arise. However, all the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1994

Page 12 October 1994 Here s What Bar/Bri Students Are Saying About PMBR... 90401 Mt i>eii^erg' Dear W- •n *•* **£&* £* ^se w ■""* „e of «^vinced ^ ^ receWed a score of ^ \X\o& ill P copy a-\ vnjstiT^® f ttio®e -o-MtTVR. isa aSMW*8-" ?,«*r\rtto seTTeca®e co«^ ma: war/Bri.110 °fs -witTa P*®*- onW ®f*' ^ateríais ™ jaulttstaws u m ■ learned u ' n, ssiIig«- TSS ESS* vawa^^iy interested smcereW^^/? _ > UOJ -,„Trfe v°^w on the MB® ^ie®, Questions SSS&SK^sfiS tó«eSuPP^s«dmS^ savoereW' , rj Koto son flffllu' MULTISTATE SPECIALIST Absolutely, Positively A Necessary MuUistate Supplement! West Coast Office: 1247 6th Street, Santa Monica, California 90401 (310) 459-8481 East Coast Office: 450 7th Avenue, Suite 3504, New York, New York 10123 (212) 947-2525 NATIONWIDE TOLL FREE: (800) 523-0777 1994-95 STCL STUDENT REPS. Ruthie Piller, Jeri Wechsler, Kathleen Carney. Miriam Hittner

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW ANNOTATIONS Apathy: Prevalent in the "real world," it's no stranger to South Texas By RUTH FILLER Annotations Editor A combination of events have led me to this state of frustra- tion and confusion. The frustra- tion is the result of more than a year of trying to cultivate student interest in this newspaper. More recently, the frustration is the re- sult of a staggering student apathy toward the political elections ear- lier this month. (Rest assured, this is a wholly non-partisan apathy.) The confusion relates to how a group of educated people who have succeeded enough in life to make it to law school can turn their backs on so much - the election, the chance to inform oth- ers and the opportunities provided at STCL. My disgust for the Nov. 8 election has little to do with the Democrats or Republicans; while I have definite ideas about who should have won, it's not the issue here. Rather, I am miffed at students who were asked to get involved, handing out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

Page 2 November 1994 A tort by any other name Is it right to create an 1 'express lane'1 for the rush-hour shoppers? By JEFF GILMAN You have to be frequently stuck in traffic to appreciate the new tort that I would like to create. Hopefully, you are an overworked "Type A" personality just cut-off from nicotine and forbidden to return home. Kind of like Michael Douglas in "Falling Down." It has only been described to known sympathizers. Fellow patriots are organizing as we speak; alone, but thankful for the $25 bounty of- fered for student contributions which has propelled this tort into the fabulous marketplace of ideas. What am I talking about? We start with the facts. Primarily three culprits are encountered in the commute from the west side of town — Randall's Supermarket, Second Baptist School and Church Metroplex, and that office complex on Woodway next to the Omni Hotel. Get this: they have hired police officers to stop traffic on the street adjacent to their establishments so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

November 1994 Page 3 A message from the state's second most popular dean Changes abound at STCL By WILLIAM L. WILKS My penultimate semester as dean has gone faster than all the rest. Much has happened this school year and much more will happen. Funding for the library is going extremely well and with the Wortham, Fondren and Vivian Smith Foundations committed, we are looking for the rest of the foundation prospects to contribute soon. Our faculty, staff and Board of Trustees have been wonderfully supportive and we have now started contacting corporations, law firms and individual alumni. The search for a law librar- ian is over! We have lured Profes- sor David Cowan, the director of the law library at Baylor Law School, down from Waco. Profes- sor Cowan is a real catch for us. This is one of the most widely respected young law librarians in the country. He was the unanimous choice of our faculty and of the library staff. He will be occupying Ann Puckett's office effective Jan. 1. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

Page 4 November 1994 STCL advocates continue their winning streak JOHN MARSHALL PRIVACY LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION South Texas students won the John Marshall Privacy Law Moot Court Competition in Chicago from Oct. 27-29. Mem- bers of the winning team are, standing left to right, Levon Hounatanian, Debra Hounatanian, Dean William L. Wilks, Professor T. Gerald Treece and team mem- ber Pam Rea. Seated are Candyce Beneke, left, and Ursula Hall. Beneke, Hall and Rea were named best team in the contest. The Hounatanians coached the team. Photo by David Potts THOMAS TANG NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION On Oct. 1-2, STCL's APALSA hosted the Southwest Regional Competition of the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition. Congratula- tions are in order for the Sacra- mento-bound team of Antony Ng and David Schiller, who captured the awards for second best team and second best brief behind the University of Texas team. Other honors went to Andrea Arceneaux and Kym Stamp, who placed as the th...

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November 1994 Page 5 Winning continued from page 4 ; "■ l ;éeM $90* per Semester Covered Parking At The Fannin Garage • PAY ONE LOW PRICE FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER • RESERVE PARKING AVAILABLE • COURTESY PATROL OFFICERS AVAILABLE AT GARAGE TO ESCORT CUSTOMERS TO THEIR VEHICLES CLAY FANNIN GARAGE GO > Z <—i > n 3 H O S.T.C.L GARAGE HOURS: Monday thru Friday • 6:00 am until 11:00 pm Saturday • 8:00 am until 7:00 pm • Contract Only Semester payment of parking charges plus $10 refundable card deposit due at start up. South Texas College of Law students only. Refer to contract for details. Contact Bruce Lyon @ 650-8212 for more information QFEER ENDS 1-25-95 SAN DIEGO NATIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE MOOT COURT COMPETITION Two STCL teams won honors at the San Diego National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition on Oct. 20-22. Natalie Tise, seated on left, and Monica Vaughn, also seated, were named best team. Standing, from left to right, are Professor T. Gerald Treece, semi-finalist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

Page 6 November 1994 whowhatwhenwherewhowhatwhenwherewhowhatwhenwherewhowhatwhenwhere HISPANIC LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION HLSA, APALSA and BLSA sponsored the International Food Festival for charity on Satur- day, Oct. 15,1994. Braving the rain, and determined to join the festival, students from South Texas and the University of Houston, professors, family and friends partied at the country club. The evening began with the sampling of a wide range of ethnic dishes: from sushi to chicken curry, from a meat-and-pasta dish to enchiladas. After tasting the many foods that were prepared by the party-goers, Professors Olga Moya, Shelby Moore and Helen Jenkins and STCL administrators Gina Lewis and Doris Lee judged the entries. HLSA members John Garza and Hugh Chong stole prizes for their fabulous ethnic dishes! HLSA thanks Dean Lee, the professors and others whose time and efforts contributed to the success of the festival. As a result of the International Food Festival, a large box full of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

November 1994 Page 7 Crossword Answers (Puzzle on page 10) DEODGtDEKillUCl BQQQS nrnnnwnnnri nnnnn unnmnnnnnninmrnnn ran ho rata rjUBonrnnn ncinnra nranra ncirara 00OO nnoH QBESSQ IT1HH OQilCl K3E3EI □S ESQ El 01 El OBEBOOCOEI sqq □□□0 nnn Hsaaa oqsq nnan uuuu uaaa nnaaa QQdQBQEiQ nnnriFiii a a □ □ □ h □ a □ □ a □ a a ra hhohh 0(3000 Hani ra □0000 0000013000 ¿fS K¿) I sought sage advice to discover a tasty & inexpensive lunch close to school. I 0> l\ <§o to tlje <Mben ^fountain. /^V\\ \\ ¡ I In Houston? W Sunt g>on, /Z~ f A mp fjungrp frienb, J(.c± (l !umá§>on. hwy Cafeteriastyle Lunch $3 85 Daily Lunch Special KIM SOW RESTAURANT UHD St. Thomas S. Tx. Law HCC I Kim Son 2001 Jefferson UH Buffet 11 am - 3 pm Weekdays Open 11 am - midnight Mon. - Thurs. 11 am - 1 am Fri - Sun. Cjjc jflUrto "atas Special W\)itt line" ititn S>on. -\S ec/IjI g'°pí 1,1 Hm"1 222-2461 whowhahvhenwhermhowhatwhmwherewhowhatwhenwhere A write to be proud Photo by David Potts The finalists a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

Page 8 November 1994 After finals, check out these holiday happenings By ALLISON WATERS The original topic of this article was "holiday activities of STCL student organizations," the purpose of which was to inform students of dates and times of activities in order to participate. However, upon contacting most student groups, it became obvious that very few events had been planned. No doubt the reason for this is that final exams throw a major kink into any student's schedule. Moreover, most students are just too exhausted during and immediately after finals to commit themselves to any activity. Therefore, this article attempts to bring overworked students up to date on Houston and surrounding area holiday events, which always seem to creep up on us and be unnecessarily overlooked. So, once you catch up on your sleep on December 13th, try to check out a few of these holiday events (price and student discount information included if applicable): Houston Museum of Fine Arts Christmas E...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

November 1994 Page 9 (seepages law Shannon with Tfcro Myers, tmis xicuisjuk ¿mu rmu va and best brief awards in the New York content; runner-up top advocate. SPECIALIZING IN LAW BOOKS AND HELPS FOR STUDENTS LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED THE BOOKSHELF II 650-6858 1203 Caroline Next to Josephine's Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-9 Fri.-Sat. 10-6 WE BUY AND SELL USED LAW BOOKS WHEN YOU NEED A LEGAL NOTICE PUBLISHED. YOU NEED IT FAST! Qrompt and dependable service is what you expect from a daily newspaper that publishes legal notices. Qnd that is what we deliver, every business day. Snilij Court iRcuiem ' SERVING YOU SINCE 1889 P.O. BOX 1889, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77251-1889 TELEPHONE: 713/869-5434 FAX: 869-8887 Bring this ad to the attention of your friends who need help on the LSAT. Course taught by Dr. Richard Manne at So. Texas College of Law. pre-law? pre-pare! Phone 524-5711 for information on how to improve your score on the next LSAT. Our six 4-hour classes provide the best possible LSAT preparation. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

Page 10 November 1994 collegiate crossword 1 2" 3 4 5 6 8 i16 Tr ir ir IT" 15 ■u 11 18 19 ¿Ó 21 ¿3 24 ■25 27 ■ [28 [29 30 F ■ r r 34 35^ ■36 [37 J ■3e 44 ■45 J 47 50 5¿ ■ r 54 I 65 Edward Julius Collegiate CW83-8 ACROSS 1 Houston ball park 10 Bondmen 15 Room on the anterior part of a ship 16 Early Latin version of the Scriptures 17 Star of 1926 Ben Hur (3 wds.) 19 oculi (eye muscle) 20 Setting for "Hamlet" 21 Roller used in printing 22 Fusses 23 Chemical suffixes 24 Equipment 25 Of an amide 26 " of thousands!" 27 Apt., dorm., etc. 28 The Emerald Isle 29 By way of 30 Disease-carrying fl ies 32 Hotel employee 36 Pollution control agency 37 The Bay State (abbr.) 38 Asiatic tent 39 Madison's VP 42 Adjectival suffix 43 Canadian province 11 (abbr.) 44 Syrian city (var.) 12 45 Poker term 46 British elevators 13 47 Texas's nickname 14 (2 wds.) 18 49 Way to obtain money 22 (2 wds.) 50 Member of famous acting family (2 wds.) 52 Willow 53 Small airplane (hyph.) 54 In itself: Lat. 55 Nanny DOWN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1994

— November 1994 Page 11 HOUSTON HOUSE flPHRTIIENTS SOUTH fc, TEXAS -J V"'- rrr The Houston House is your neighbor! Only 3 blocks from South Texas! Imagine. miJMüg. to school fromvour apartment which combines an exquisite downtown location with the luxury of a high rise for a modest price! * All bills paid/ Free cable * Walk to school * Deli/ Store * Assigned garage parking * Fantastic views from all balconies * In house dry cleaning, & men/women's hair salon Complete exercise/weight/sauna room * Prices start at $550 All bills paid * Houston House's own live theatre For Appointment call Leasing Office, Ext. 101 659-4781 * Panoramic pool and sun area $ Must present coupon at tour! Good for $100 OFF first month's rent or off of deposit! * Guest suites * In house maid/laundry service * Easy freeway access The National Bar Review of Texas You can't practice LAW in Texas without this... Over the past decade the overwhelming majority used BAR/BRI to get it!! License to Practice The Sup...

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Page 12 November 1994 The Reason Why... June 7, 1994 professor Robert Feinberg PMBR 1247 6th Street Santa Monica. CA 904U c1«ny Phased because l neVer would have low pass rate. M hpId of PMBR. hiah score without the help t,k,nq the bar exam heartedly recommend PMBR to all TEXAS students is s^ple. '-¡ÍSX.'~„the. «™-™ -SWE E.E.W ™S,8" SUPPLEMENT WITH PMBR • Best wishes. David Pire Qf 1994 Thurgood Marshal The Majority Of Texas Students Will Supplement With PMBR! nmbM* MULTISTATE SPECIALIST West Coast Office: f247 6th Street, Santa Monica, California 90401 (310) 459-8481 East Coast Office: 450 7th Avenue, Suite 3504, New York, New York 10123 (212) 947-2525 1(U #7 RfiA/ÁCM/, COAaMCI

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