Oakland University News: October 27, 1989

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A New Chapter for Kresge Library: Dedication on November 8 Marks Completion of Renovation Program ; Board Approves $57.8 Million Operating Budget for 1989-90 ; Capital Outlay Requests Sent to Lansing; Science Building at Top of Funding List ; Photo: Actor Lew Ayres and Lowell Eklund ; Hartmann, Sims Keep Leadership Roles ; University Addresses Future Budget Needs in Proposal Provided to State ; Atlanta's Mayor Andrew Young to Lecture November 1 ; Changes in Buildings and Grounds Make Campus 'User Friendly' for Handicapped ; Professor Outlines Sanctioned Destruction of Brazilian Tropical Rain Forests ; Lew & Lowell: Friends Find Education a Common Bond ; Tepley Contributes to Migraine Research ; Cardimen Takes Tech Park Message to Asia ; Student Writers Pick Up Tips from Pros ; 'Company' is Coming and You're Invited ; Packed Pavilion Audience Gazes into Future of Education ; Fall Enrollment Up 131 in Headcount ; OU External Funding Tops $6 Million in 1988-89; Research Exceeds $4 Million ; A Compassionate Look at 'The Boys Next Door' at Meadow Brook




Kresge Library, Renovations, Operating budget, Handicapped students, Accessibility, Karasch, Mary, Amazon rain forest, Tepley, Norman, Migraines, Henry Ford Hospital, Enrollment