The Oakland Post 1991-03-11

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Reserves to get full refunds ; Adams and Squirrel Road projects to ease OU traffic ; Office paper recycling begins ; Kresge buys 85 books on Black history ; Music department to drop jazz: Popular professor replaced in department shake-up ; Panel discusses freedom of speech ; Health Institute wins award of achievement ; Crime Watch ; Pilot recycling program wise investment ; President to be commended for Gulf actions ; Center causes confusion Administration playing word games ; Letter to the Editor University should not condone political speech ; Scholar Tower transition poorly handled ; Improve safety before lawsuits ; Ten tips to beat the apocalypse: There is a way out ; Archives house hidden treasures ; Library art murals try to educate and please ; Critics explore Simon enigma ; RHYTHM REVIEW: Corps a crowd pleaser ; Alumni guitarist's inspiration fading ; Russian doctor has a midas touch ; Q: What should the United States' involvement now be in Iraq? ; New Mexico campus burns flag ; This Week's Horoscope ; What's Happening ; Abortion clinics may open on our campuses: Campus Spotlight ; Pioneers Win 15th GLIAC Championship: Women break GLIAC and pool records ; Men score 815 points; win 17 of 20 events ; Men cagers run down by Ferris: Finish third in GLIAC tourney after beating Northern Michigan ; Women place third in GLIAC tourney: Do not receive NCAA berth ; Writer's words touches lives; inspires others ; PIONEER OF THE WEEK: JENNIFER GOLEN WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



Squirrel Road widening, Road construction, Military service, Oakland University. College of Arts and Sciences. School of Music, Theatre and Dance, Program changes, Recycling, Kresge Library, Oakland University History, Archives, Women's swimming and diving, Men's swimming and diving, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, Regional championships, Oakland University Archives and Special Collections