Oakland University Magazine, Spring 1986
Spring Issue 1986.pdf
Editor's Choice; The strong finish; Bio 303 springs to life; Doing the scales, knowing the score; Behind the BAA; Ties to tomorrow; New home for conferences...and President Champagne; 21-year salute; March election results; Chinese scholars break barriers during Oakland stay; Researcher develops use of thyroid to treat heart disease; Record enrollment continues; Former athletic stars inducted into Hall of Honor; On the summer camp agenda; 17 years and out, by Tim Marine; The new McCarthyism?, by Cindy Hoogasian; You learn to believe in yourself, by Karen Hill; Anniversary commemorates "door to opportunity."; Meadow Brook V, by Karen Hills; Love of sports prompts gifts; The dawn and dusk of Red China, by Nancy E. Ryan; Ah Mali: a brief account of her victories, by Mary Berger; A new family portrait, by Nancy E. Ryan; BookEnds; In memoriam; In Touch; Faculty/Staff; In memoriam; President's Club; Calendar.
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