The Oakland Post 1989-02-06



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Oakland Sail, Inc.


$2,000 tax deduction for tuition in Michigan sought ; Inauguration ceremony kicks off BAM month ; Baby boom ; Make 'em laugh ; Board to review new master plan at next meeting ; Chairpersons waiting to fill faculty positions ; Monolingual students suffer in translation ; College graduates should speak more than one language; professor says ; News Briefs Employee fired after' shooting ; Corrections ; Nominations accepted for teaching award ; Dorm Notes Fitz pair takes first place in 'Gong Show' ; RAs win battle ; Smoking banned on campuses across country ; Plan requires master work ; BAM needs involvement ; Nice guys don't win in dating games ; Letters to the Editor Tarts; editorial leave sour taste in mouth ; Attaining equal rights requires work ; Post needs to take in-depth look at women's issues ; Editorial as offensive as tarts ; Play on words at expense of women ; BLOOM COUNTY ; Letters to the Editor Jock column perpetuates stereotypes ; Photo contest cancellation unfair to entrants ; Lead misleads in obituary ; Campus needs more Public Safety officers ; Reagan era not all smiles; charms ; Video games article enlightens readers ; BAM chairs share perspectives ; Commuters endure busy and hectic schedule; students say ; 'Andersonville Trial' receives nearly perfect verdict ; The Andersonville Trial ; What's Happening ; First year tough adjustment for freshmen ; Detroiter's first release tempting one ; Prop 42 unfair? ; Who's to blame? ; It can't work ; The real losers ; GVSU ends cagers' tourney hopes ; Howard Cut from men's basketball team ; Women hoopsters slide by GVSU ; Women tankers drop first dual meet of the season ; Hovland's 'second' team crushes Ferris State 159-63 ; OU fencers down Eastern Michigan at competition ; Pioneer of the week ; Hartman names new tennis coach



Tax deduction, Construction, Faculty, Foreign languages, Smoking, Black Awareness Month, Commuter students, Freshmen, College life, Men's tennis, Chonoles, Robert, Women's tennis