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12AThe Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 2, 1988
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How They Stand
Issue Bush Quayle Dukakis Bentse?
Voluntary school prayer Aye Aye Nay Aye
Federal funding for abortions Nay Nay Aye Nay
Capital punishment for drug related murders Aye Aye Nay Aye
Line-item veto for the president Aye Aye Aye Nay
Balanced budget amendment Aye Aye Nay Aye
Oil import fee Nay Nay . Aye
Military aid to the Nicaraguan Contras Aye Aye Nay Aye
Military aid to the UNITA rebels in Angola Aye Aye Nay Aye
Maintaining sanctions against South Africa Aye Aye Aye Aye
MX missile , Aye Aye Nay Aye
Reduce funding for the Strategic Defense Initiative w.v xi . Nv
("Star Wars") "AY NAY AYE
Nuclear test ban Nay Nay Aye Nay
B1 bomber Aye Aye Nay Aye
Loose interpretation of the ABM treaty Aye Nay -
U. S. comittment to no first use of nuclear weapons Nay Nay Nay Nay
Midgetman missile Aye Nay . r
Intermediate Nuclear Force elimination treaty Aye Aye Aye Aye
Increased Federal funding for education (including Ayt Aye AyE
Federal funding for daycare Nay Aye
Increase in the minimum wage Nay Nay Aye
- Not Available
Environment growing : issue-
in Bosh, Bulkakos GaompaD
From Associated Press reports
George Bush lashed out at Michael
Dukakis' environmental record in his
Democratic rival's home state Thurs
day, charging that the governor has
repeatedly fought effprts to make
Boston Harbor cleaner. Dukakis
called the Republican nominee a
member of the Reagan adminstra
tion's "environmental wrecking
While the two presidential candi
dates traded rhetorical salvos over the
environment, former contender Jesse
Jackson denied reports that aides to
Dukakis had told him not to cam
paign in several states. ,
The Democratic .nominee, upon
arriving in California Wednesday
night, said that he would be meeting
with leaders of the Jackson campaign,
"who are already a very important
part of our campaign in California.
"The Democratic Party has never
been so united as it is this year,"
Bush, who took an early-morning -boat
tour of the polluted harbor in
Dukakis hometown, said Dukakis
had sought permission from former
Environmental Protection Agency
administrator William Ruckelshaus
to delay a ban on dumping wastes
in the harbor. Dukakis first admin
istration prepared the papers to do
so, but it was his successor, Ed King,
who actually filed the EPA request.
"Two hundred years ago tea was
spilled in the Boston harbor in the
name of liberty," the vice president
sai& " "If .tea, were.spilled in the; Boston
harbbr'today.it would dissolve in the
residue of my opponent's neglect and
While campaigning in his oppo-
nent's backyard, Bush was greeted by"
about 70 Dukakis supporters who
chanted "Where was George?" a
A naiir national moo rtiVi1
shows Bush and Dukakis in a dead.,
heat but a 2-to-l sentiment that the..-
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j-cmucraiK; vitc prcsiucimai nomi
nee, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas, is,
more qualified than Sen. Dan Quayle"
oi inaiana, tne Kepuoucan nominee
for the No. 2 slot. ' "'
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led the Republican nominee by 14 '
percentage points in a similar survey,
In the Boston Herald poll of 400
ducted Wednesday Dukakis and
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Bush were tied at. 42 percent each,
with IS nprrpnt nnrlftr.irff.rl anrf nnei 1
percent favoring other candidates. ' ,
1 "I can't believe it in Massachu
setts?" a pleased Bush responded
when shown the newspaper headline.
from page 1
in-state students and over 15.3
percent for out-of-state students.
B At Clemson University in South
Carolina, in-state tuition was
increased about 6 percent and out-of-state
tuition increased 13.5
o The University of South Carol
ina increased its in-state tuition 9.86
percent and out-of-state tuition by
16.8 percent. Margaret Lamb, a
spokeswoman for the university, said
the South Carolina Legislature does
not fund its public colleges and
universities as much as the N.C.
General Assembly does. The sharp
increase in tuition in South Carolina
is how students help pay for the
buildings they use, she said.
D At the Georgia Institute of
Technology in Atlanta, tuition
increased slightly from $629 a quarter
to $632 a quarter for residents and
from $1,863 a quarter to $1,866 a
quarter for non-residents.
D Emory University, a private
school in Atlanta, increased its tuition
from $10,050 to $11, 050.
University of Miami students
saw a 9.7 percent increase in their
West Coast schools have also
raised tuition rates. The University of
California at Berkeley raised tuition
10 percent for residents and nine
percent for non-residents, and Uni
versity of California at Los Angeles
students saw almost a five percent
increase in tuition for both residents
and non-residents. Tuition rose 8.3
percent at the University of Southern
California this year.
Ivy League schools like Harvard
and Yale Universities have made
similar increases in the past year.
Both Harvard and Yale raised their
tuitions approximately 6 percent.
"It goes up every year," said Caesar
Storlazzi, assistant director of under
graduate financial aid at Yale. "Total
fees go up an average of $ 1 ,000 a year
. . . tuition alone increases around
$700 to $800 a year."
Elaine El-Khawas, author of a 1 987
study of U.S. colleges and universi
ties, said the Department of Educa
tion does not have the facts to back
up the claim that U.S. schools are
not putting enough money into
In her study, El-Khawas found 64
percent of the public institutions in
the country had increased tuition
because of state mandates. Fifty-one
percent of those public institutions
had reduced funding from the state
government. The most important
factor in raising tuition for all the
schools polled was "catching up on
faculty salaries," El-Khawas said.
Forty-three percent of the schools
said they needed to support new or
expanding academic programs, and
41 percent of the schools cited
expanded student aid programs to
help cover tuition increases.
Rising tuition costs are making
people realize they need to plan ahead
for their children's education, said
Janice Gams, assistant director of.
"It has been hard for parents to
pay for college since the real value
of financial aid has not increased with
the inflation of tuition," Gams said.
"The colleges themselves are offering
different options for people, but.
people are realizing they need to plan
ahead for such a big investment."
Building. Those students claimed that
eliminating Renwick's position would
lessen the office's effectiveness.
BSM president Kenneth Perry has
said the the new associate dean should
be someone with characteristics and
policies similar to Renwick's.
"We want an advocate for black
students," Perry said. "It should be
someone as close to Dean Renwick
as possible. I hope the search com
mittee will realize that."
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