The Oakland Post 1987-10-19

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Oakland Sail, Inc.


Board passes budget ; Test upgrades teacher requirements ; Balloon catch ; Students uninformed of cheating consequences ; Students show view of policy to trustees ; Fraser says leadership is harder in democracy ; NEWS BRIEFS University needs more information about Squirrel Rd. proposition ; AFL-CIO head to speak on campus ; Library water lines to be replaced ; Writer's conference ; University asks state for building money ; Students leave board meeting early ruins all ; MBT offers more than students realize ; Letters to the Editor ; 'Equus' appalls viewers with nudity ; Flexible lunch breaks make 'logical sense' ; One prof reads book other speaks little English student mad ; Letters to the Editor ; BLOOM COUNTY ; Sweetist Day sale ; Massage therapy effective; popular way to combat stress ; High blood cholesterol dangerous for all ages ; Alcohol Awareness Week activities kick off ; New perspective ; Nude model works for Oakland 27 years ; Sidney Fink Award ceremony approaches ; Health Career Job Fair welcomes all majors ; What's Happening ; Follow the leader ; New loan bad deal for students more costly than previous ones ; Upcoming calendar features campus life ; In Her Own Words ; College Days ; New Battles ; Williams out spikers drop crucial game ; Men's swimming team gets new blood including Pan-Am games' medalist ; Netters take two matches have best record in years ; Netters take two matches have best record in years ; Soccer team wins 2 Phillips scores again ; Osmun finishes second misses first by 2 seconds ; Lion James Jones On Strike ; Women's soccer club loses 1 ties another in mediocre week ; Golf team places third at U of M ready to challenge Ferris in spring ; Burley Decker travel to Hero's cup tournament.



University budget, Cheating, Alcohol awareness week, Massage therapy, Cholesterol, Models, Sidney Fink Memorial Award, Income contingent loans, Policies, United Auto Workers Union, Fraser, Douglas A. (Douglas Andrew), 1916-2008