Oakland University Magazine, Summer 1988
Editor's Choice. Beginning composers win words of wisdom from a master; Dean search under way; School of Business receives nationally prized accreditation; Performers vie for academy orchestra's musical chairs; What a year for the Pioneers!; Lafayette String Quartet takes home more honors; Eureka! Students win support for their research; Remote-control doors make campus more accessible; Cesar Chavez details "Wrath of Grapes' in campus lecture; Trustee becomes superintendent of Michigan schools; Swimmers set sights on Olympic teams; Swanne Alley releases second album; Ruth Mott endows Eklund Fund for Hall preservation; There's a monster in my math, by Karel Bond; Tinkering with toys; Poetic undertaking, by Mimi Mayer; Like my father waking early, by Thomas Lynch; Faith on trial, by Mimi Mayer; Ties that bind: commitment and communal life at Jubilee; In Touch; Rigby named alumni director; 1988-89 Alumni Scholarship winners; Faculty/Staff; Friends, In memoriam; President's Club; Calendar.
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