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#112 October 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Cynthia Sparks Cesone: Portrait of the artist as “a student of life” HPO: Are hard-of-hearing people part of the Deaf community? Farewell to a friend A Few More Words: “Being hard-of-hearing comes with a whole different territory than being deaf,” by Lauren […]

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#111 September 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now So near, yet so far: rallying for “Dummy” Hoy in Cooperstown HPO: Isn’t it possible to have the best of both worlds-ASL and a cochlear implant? A Few More Words: The Acronym Game: Deaf Sports Organizations, by Bill Davidson One Reader’s View:

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#110 August 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now The Washington Post cover story on cochlear implants: telling the truth-or twisting it? (1) “As Technology Advances, A Bitter Debate Divides the Deaf,” by Marie Arana-Ward/Washington Post; (2) A not-so-silent uproar: readers respond HPO: “Most speech pathologists I know are nice. Why

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#109 July 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now 9th Anniversary Issue Fighting it out on the family battlefield: Stephen Sach’s new play [Sweet Nothing in My Ear] focuses on people, not issues Passion & Popcorn in Philly: Creative Access celebrates its 5th anniversary HPO: “Is it important for interpreters to

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#108 June 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Faking It: How a hearing woman fooled thousands of people into thinking she was Deaf-and how she was unmasked by a Deaf reporter (Holly Daniel’s Saturn commercial and ad) Indiana School for the Deaf: Looking back, looking forward (Program for Distinguished Parents,

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#107 May 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Neon, sunflowers, & double illusions: Betty Miller continues to grow as an artist and advocate, by Michele Listisard Ashley Yount Can’t Hear You, Lisa Gray/Houston Press, part 2 HPO: What are some of the differences between “Deaf” and “Hearing” etiquette? Readers’ Responses:

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#106 April 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Ashley Yount Can’t Hear You, by Lisa Gray/Houston Press, part 1 The Deaf Sports War (update): AAAD’s response HPO: What’s with all this controversy about methodologies and literacy and deaf schools? If the old schools for the deaf were doing something right,

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#105 March 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now “He was loved by so many people”: In Memoriam Mark Allen Branson HPO: Are deaf people still stereotyped? If so, how? What kind of stereotypes are still popular? A Few More Words: “No one else is to blame but ourselves,” by Dorothy

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#104 February 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now The Deaf Sports War: two sides, two different stories Breaking Through Breaks Down, by Michele Listisard HPO: Isn’t deafness a disability? If it is, why do deaf people consider it a culture? Up Periscope! Health Clubs Peggie’s Cove: Escape from Tahiti A

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#103 January 1997

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now “I feel that I’m just beginning”: A tribute to Andy Vasnick HPO: “Is a kiss on the lips for goodbye part of Deaf Culture? If so, why?”-asked by Sherry Pifer Peggie’s Cove: Brian Huntington: Patience, Pluck, and Skill A Few More words:

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#102 December 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Nicaragua’s Deaf Children (the Bluefields Project), by Bill Glovin/Rutgers Magazine Under Construction: a first-ever Deaf-theater event makes history, part 2 HPO: How can deaf people be bothered by noise if they can’t hear? Beyond the Envelope: Captions, Videos, and Movie Theaters Readers’

#102 December 1996 Read More »

#101 November 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now New kid on the block settles in: DeafNation marks its first anniversary Under Construction: a first-ever Deaf-theater event makes history (New American Deaf Play Creators Festival), part 1 HPO: Why are deaf people against universal infant hearing screening? Isn’t it a good

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#100 October 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Meghan Rainone, Miss Deaf America 1996-98 “Outrageous abuses” at Boys Town: a PETA investigation into cruel experiments on kittens and cats HPO: Can deaf and hearing people work together, or is it better for deaf people to work only with each other?

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#099 September 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Frank G. Bowe: Freedom Fighter, with an exclusive update interview, by Sherri Kimmel (includes reprint of The Hill article) Alice enters a new dimension: American Sign Language (NTD’s new production, Curioser and Curioser) “Being Miss Deaf America was the best thing that

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#097 July 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Remembering Al Barwiolek/A Montage of Memories HPO: Is there a Deaf literature? Rebuttal: What’s a Gallaudet degree worth? by Paulette R. Caswell A Few More Words: Vrais sourds? Faux sourds? Faux débat! (True-Deafies? Fake-Deafies?-a false dispute!), by Mireille Caissy/Voir Dire, translated by

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#096 June 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Eviction Notice: How a community fought to save its prized deaf program (Manhattan Beach, California) Bob Alcorn’s dream lives on, by Jerry Hassell HPO: Why is employment for deaf people limited? (8th D. Sampley question) Sign-language-communication skills: assessment, development, & benefits, by

#096 June 1996 Read More »

#095 May 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Our English Headache: the debate over Deaf college students’ literacy heats up (with contributions/reprints by Lew Golan, Dr. I. King Jordan, Terry Coye, and Ben Gose) Working Women 2005: Where Will Deaf Women Be? by Janet MacLeod-Gallinger HPO: Can deaf people be

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#094 April 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now Troubled Waters: David Schultz versus YMCA/Stripped of his certification, a deaf lifeguard fights back Writing in Childhood, by Nora Shannon and John Albertini HPO: Do Deaf people understand boycotts? Up Periscope! Gallaudet’s logo Beyond the Envelope: Seeing Spots A Few More Words:

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#093 March 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now “We are not a quiet agency”: Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services of Seattle celebrates its 10th anniversary It’s challenging. It’s fun. It’s rewarding. It’s . . . science! (AESOP Project), by Harry G. Lang and John Albertini HPO: What are some of

#093 March 1996 Read More »

#092 February 1996

Order a copy for yourself, your friends, or family at DeafStore! Order now The Adventures of Martin L.A. Sternberg: Communications Pioneer, Scholar, Actor, and Jaguar Man Torn Between Two Worlds: Confusing options in early education lead to hard choices for parents, by Zsuzsi Gartner/Georgia Straight, part 2 HPO: Why does the younger generation of deaf

#092 February 1996 Read More »