Television is a box of panoramic vistas which show
us ourselves. During the fall, television stations
endulge us with a variety of new shows.
Not sice the Flintstones, which premiered on prime-
time in the 60's has an animated show like "The Simpson's."
Many of the survey participants chose Bart, the obnoxious kid, as the favorite character from the show.
"Hey, he's really cool man," Ken Moore, senior RTV
Other popular shows were "Cheers," "In Living Color" and of course, "The Cosby Show."
"Cosby is the most awesome show, because it is real
life," April Frerichs said.
"I like 'In Living Color' because it shows good black
humor in a realistic way, unlike Cosby," Moore said.
Although Students watched a wide variety of tel- P)uring the Persian Gulf War, many students watched the news updates in
evision shows, 30 percent of those surveyed watched at ~Tthe v.c s?tel,itf* ^°Kst p??Je Tght ^ !" updates between daSSes °r
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least one news program a day. Whether this was the
Cable News Network or a local news, news was the big
winner in the television viewing wars. -Terry Rowe
James Homer Mol, Pharmacy, Soph.
Nicholas Montemayor, Biology, Soph.
Melanie Morello, HRM, Soph.
Nina C. Moore, Undeclared, Fr.
Matthew Mucker, Electrical Engineering,
Mike Munzy, Pharmacy, Fr.
Elvia O. Najm , Pharmacy, Fr.
Julie Newton, Journalism, Soph.
Julie A. Neymeyer, Business, Soph.
Anh Nguyen, Accounting, Jr.
Thomas Nguyen, Political Science, Jr.
Vu Nguyen , Pharmacy, Soph.
Lisa Noble, English, Fr.
Leang Nhoy, Nursing, Jr.
Jenny Nunn, Art, Soph.