The Oakland Post 1991-01-28
Oakland Sail, Inc.
King's holiday celebrated by march; debate ; Health Institute holds seminar for businesses ; New nurse anesthesia major approved to help meet demand for specialists ; Meadow Brooks may lose $176,800 ; Student group organizes in protest of U.S. involvement in Gulf War ; Students call brawl reports exaggerated ; Black History Month kicks off with lecture ; Some upcoming Black History Month events ; Busted blinds allow Wilson peep show ; Corrections ; OU police watch as cut-through traffic increases ; Crime Watch ; Scholarships for minorities deserve support; clarification ; Peace goal unattainable unless all work toward it ; Letters to the Editor Changing times bring many important questions ; United we stand; divided we fall ; Black consciousness now a burning necessity for all Americans; mankind ; Let your hair down on vacation ; The adventure begins ; Keeping an open mind ; Troops welcome packages; letters: Personal items sent home; troops keep what they can carry ; Romney promotes volunteer service ; Woody Allen explores relationships in Alice ; ART In the Spirit of Protest is at Meadow Brook Gallery ; Exploring Dodge House ; HEALTH Diabetes program begins at health institute ; Q: How do you feel about censorship of the media in the Gulf War?: OU News Views ; Students protest: they want sexist class cut: Campus Spotlight ; Quote of the Week ; The Weekly Crossword Puzzle ; This Week's Horoscope ; What's Happening ; Sports events should go on as scheduled ; Maintain patriotism tone down glitz ; Temporary diversion not eternal escape ; Men tankers whip Kenyon; 132-93 ; Star guard strives to be role model ; SPORTS BRIEFS Soccer ; Men's Basketball ; Women's Basketball ; Women's Swimming ; Women swimmers beat Kenyon: Schermer sets pool record in 400 IM Jones qualifies for nationals in diving ; ON THE ROAD AGAIN Men lose; women win in double OT against NMU ; Men pound Huskies; women lose to Tech ; PIONEER TRAILS ; Free throw
Martin Luther King Jr. Day observance, Nursing, State funding, Protests