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Western News (1972-2018)

1995

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Western News, January 26, 1995, Western Michigan University Jan 1995

Western News, January 26, 1995, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: President Haenicke will recommend freeze in room and board, apartment rental rates, Contract awarded for multimillion dollar renovation of power plant on Stadium Drive, Boldi and Edwards to lead Board of Trustees for 1995, Juvenile violence is focus of Jan. 31 program, Engineering departments reorganized and renamed in Jan. 20 Board of Trustees action, Reish earns accolade from French government


Western News, January 19, 1995, Western Michigan University Jan 1995

Western News, January 19, 1995, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: WMU researchers putting stock in office waste paper, Grants support research and public service projects, Latino students and community service projects will benefit from new grant-funded program, New service available at Fetzer Center helps make meetings more productive and efficient, Jeremy earns award for outstanding service


Western News, January 12, 1995, Western Michigan University Jan 1995

Western News, January 12, 1995, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Involvement is key to design of new science facility, Myriad of events planned for MLK Day observance, Richard Burke to receive honorary degree, Two staff members appointed to positions in Office of Student Life, WMU participation on CAPP CARE among efforts to contain health and medical costs, Waldo Stadium undergoing partial renovation


Western News, January 5, 1995, Western Michigan University Jan 1995

Western News, January 5, 1995, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Committee to implement recruitment, retention plans, Improving social service training is target of new grant, Douma named dean of the Graduate College; board approves other appointments, retirements