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In compiling our college music chart
(page 14) we run across some outrageous
bands on college radio playlists. Students
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Student Government Blows
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our most recent student opinion poll
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university. The reason: $25 million of the
donation was earmarked for the athletic
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BySHAON BALDWIN harassment charges, but added that the number would be
Oklahoma Daily, U. of Oklahoma multiplied greatly if it were to include staff and students.
"We feel a great problem on this campus is student harassment,"
Although months have passed since the furor created by she said. "Most students who complain about harassment are not
Oklahoma U. law professor Anita Hill's allegations of sexual complaining about faculty but aboutother students."
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in cases of harassment not from fellow students.
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because of an ongoing investi- harassment. Stanford U.
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the situation. Unfortunately, I'muniversity's medical school.
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Opportunity Commission, which cover everything from unwanted "We wantto make it easier forsvictims to come forward," she said.
sexual solicitations, verbal harassment, comments about anatomy, Sexual harassment also resulted in the resignation of the vice
dirty jokes and any unwanted, repeated communication of a sexual chancellor of student affairs at the U. of Missouri this winter. David
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At the U. of Nebraska, a complete restructuring of the sexual of sexual harassment from female employees in the student affairs
harassment policy has been called for by the chancellor.o ffice. The women claimed McIntire left condoms on secretaries'
"I really do think that the Thomas-Hill controversy added some computer keyboards and waited for their reactions, told sexual
urgency to getting that approved" by the academic senate, said Jane stories to the women in his office, and once walked through the offices
Close Conoley, chairwoman of an ad hoc committee on sexual in only purple underwear, in addition to several othertincidents.
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Conoley said that Nebraska has had about eight faculty members "I am now aware that some of the things I have said and some of the
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By NICCI MILLINGTON
Marquette Tribune, Marquette U.
As urban universities and colleges watch
increasing crime contribute to decreasing
enrollment, one school has intentions for a
near-$100 million project to significantly
involve the campus in the "rehabilitating" of
surrounding neighborhoods.
Early in December, Marquette U.
announced plans to buy up properties in
the near-campus areas and resell the land to
selected merchants in an attempt to stabilize
the decaying neighborhood.
The Rev. Albert J. DiUlio, university
president, said Marquette has purchased
some properties along a street directly
bordering the campus. The street, lined
with numerous taverns and inexpensive
eateries, has been known as a landmark to
students since the time DiUlio was attending
the school himself in the mid-1960s.
"The Campus Circle Project would bring
in businesses that would not contribute to
student delinquency," said DiUlio, who has
been university presidentjust over one year.
Working with new businesses, Marquette
hopes to develop housing for students and
for residents by rehabilitating some existing
structures and tearing down others to erect

new buildings, DiUlio said.
Milwaukee Mayor John O. Norquist said
that although this is not an entirely new
concept, Marquette is taking a different
approach by not 'just buying up land,
taking over and kicking out the residents.
They are trying to work together with the
neighborhood to help it improve itself.
According to the plan, the budget would
be divided among projects including
educational outreach, expanded legal and
health assistance outreach, and neigh-
borhood and business development.
"Instead of building walls around itself,
Marquette is making the effort to build
bridges into the community so that working
together (we) can produce better results,
Norquist said.
However, some students questioned the
university's intent to develop the new
properties.
Stina Johnson, a sophomore from the
nearby Milwaukee area, said she does not
understand how the university plans to
improve the situation "by merely displacing
the impoverished people. Building up the
neighborhood will make it more expensive
and the people who can no longer afford to
live here will just move to worse areas.
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Rev. Albert J. DIUlio and nouveau ivory tower.
the city will continue to deteriorate."
Others were disheartened to hear the
university planned to tear down student
landmarks. "Marquette is going to lose its
character," said Nancy Holloran, a
Marquette freshman. "Marquette is known
as a city school. We can't avoid the problems
a city has by building up some 'wonderland'
fake atmosphere."

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