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for Independent Weekly Vol. 6 Issue 20, Oct 20-Nov 2 1988
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The conflict between the environment and development is one of 1988’s major election issues. In recent years, conservationists in the Department of Natural Resources and Community Development have been removed from policy-making boards and replaced by developers. Now conservationists are worried that environmental conditions will relapse.
Eleven years after enactment of North Carolina’s Natural Death Act, which recognizes the need for limited treatment in certain situations, hospitals are still grappling with how to care for the dying and with the ethical question of when to cease care. Strict hospital policies further complicate the dilemma. Consequently, dying patients often are over-treated, their wishes for limited care overlooked.
An event was held at Raleigh’s Memorial Auditorium to photograph the entire Wake county artistic community. The photographs will be used to promote Artspace, a city-supported exhibition/studio building. Artspace has attracted a variety of artists such as potters, painters, jewelry makers, and metal smiths.
The Duke Child Care Coalition is a group of students, staff and faculty urging administration to provide affordable, flexible day care for the Duke community. They argue that by saving money on day care, Duke could lose students and tuition revenue. Duke will consider but not commit to opening a day care.
Cracovia is a continental restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Cracovia offers a French-Polish twist to the continental cuisine which originated in large hotels. Suggested dishes are goose mousse, skewered lamb, trout filet, and schnitzel.