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Oakland Post

Oakland University's Independent Student Newspaper

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2004

 

 

2004-1-7  [v. 30, no.14]

Captured, by Laura Angus. p. A1, [Suspects in campus armed robbery arrested and arraigned.]
Tragic end to 'intense' life, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1, [Remembrances of student Noah Lakin who was killed in an auto accident.]
OU earns top honors, by Loreen Bahri. p. A1.
Searching for new home, by Sarah Culver. p. A1, [Resources available to students deciding where to live after graduation.]
Online harassment on rise, by Libby Baker. p. A3, [Email harassment on campus affecting both students and faculty.]
Program helps OU students, by Tar Fugate. p. A3, [Orientation Group Leader program offers student staff positive benefits besides a stipend.]
Staff health costs go up, by Katie Stout. p. A3.
Black alum group formed, by Tracy Estes. p. A3, [Black Alumni Chapter is first official chapter in OUAA]
Sex stashed under counters for 2004, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5, [New law requiring bottom two-thirds of magazines be covered if cover is sexually explicit]
Pine Knob Ski Patrol best in U.S., by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Oakland County tries speedy new way to pay, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Four divisions of the 52nd District Court have started accepting credit card payments online for civil infraction tickets.]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Resolutions can be fulfilled, with the help of others. Staff editorial. p. A7.
Student Body President provides semester update, by Jonathan Sparks. p. A7.
Should recent Mad Cow discovery change our eating habits, by Laura Angus and Rebecca Wyatt. p. A7.
Another tough loss, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Five in a row for swimmers, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Swimming]
Even in loss, college spirit shows, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Identity still missing, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Grizzlies ready for winter, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Hockey]
A 'Welcome' encore, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Welcome Week II events]
Stand-up comedian takes on OU, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Residence Hall Programming event featuring comedian Maria Bamford]
Dance for diversity: ABS Icebreaker is just hop, skip and bop away, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3.
'Dozen' hits funny bone, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. B4. [Movie review for "Cheaper by the Dozen"]
Bikes rev up Palace, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. B4. [International Freestyle Motocross Association comes to the Palace of Auburn Hills]
Local church offers path to solutions, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B4. [Welcome Missionary Baptist Church hosts Young Adult Conference and Forum]
Resolution Rituals, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5.


2004-1-14  [v. 30, no.15]

Staff diversity lags, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1, [Board of Trustees review University's policy on hiring minorities; pledge to do more]
Aid helps in tight times, by Tara Fugate. p. A1, [Students receiving financial aid has increased by 9 percent in last two years]
Hall still in red, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1, [Financial situation of Meadow Brook Hall examined at latest Board of Trustee's meeting]
Haven for disabilities, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [Disability Support Services office offers numerous software and access devices to accommodate students with disabilities.]
SEHS finds namesake, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Donation to SEHS building of $4 million from Carlotta and Dennis Pawley announced.]
Minority head-count on rise, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. A3. [OU student population is slowly growing more diverse; student leaders would like more done to increase minorities on campus]
Students awarded for keeping dream, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Students awarded Keeper of the Dream scholarships are James Ellout, George Davis III, Joi Durant and Sophia Soldana.]
Memorial in concert, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [A concert in memory of former OU professor Stanley Hollingsworth will be held.]
OUSC approves new members, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Student Congress meeting topics of business.]
Enthusiasts brave cold to preview what is hot, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Highlights of 2004 North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center in Detroit.]
Detroit tips the scale, by Tracy Estes
. p. A5. [Detroit is first place for fattest in Men's Fitness Magazine 2003 list of the 50 fattest and fittest cities.]
Soda in schools may fizzle out, by Tara Fugate. p. A5.
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [World news]
Affirmative action starts with leadership. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Governor Jennifer Granholm should examine criteria for BOT appointments and keep the need for diversity in mind.]
Footprints in the sand, by A. Michael Deller / Alumni Columnist. p. A6. [Charter class reunion planning leads to Charter Challenge Endowment Fund; established to pay for archival work of the university.]
Should Detroiters be to blame for the "fattest city" title?, by Rebecca Wyatt and Libby Baker. p. A7. [Point/Counterpoint]
Overtime disasters, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Women nab Mid-Con win, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Challenge grant to help stadium plans, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Michigan Host Committee Foundation (MHCF) awarded OU a grant of $150,000 for an enhanced athletics facility.]
Anthem performers have lost it, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Commentary about poor performances of National Anthem at sports events]
Club hockey team unbeaten in last 20, by Anthony Stack. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's Club Hockey]
Break over for women, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's Club Hockey]
OU signs recruits early, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Baseball and Softball]
Keeping the 'Dream' alive, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Bio of Dr. Martin Luther King]
Community activist speaks to students, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Sister Soulja scheduled to visit campus; event hosted by the Student Life Lecture Board]
March, listen and learn in memory of MLK, by Charity Jones. p. B3. [Events to celebrate "African-American Celebration 2004: Celebrating Freedom through Education."]
Pop meets rock 'n' roll, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B4. [Recording artist Jennifer Marie scheduled to perform in event sponsored by the Student Program Board.]
Erase "Paycheck' from your memory, by Andrew DuPont. p. B4. [Movie review]
After "Friday Night Live" comes "Saturday Night Sounds", by Andrew DuPont. p. B4. [Residence Hall Programming hosts concert series for students]
Student Spotlight, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5. [Getting to know student James Ellout]


2004-1-21  [v. 30, no.16]

Lot's more crowded, by Kristin Sommer. p. A1. [Students living in Anibal and Fitzgerald dormitories can now park in lot P-16; closest lot to their dorms]
Wisdom captured from veterans, by Ava HaberkornHalm. p. A1. [OUTV involved in Veteran's History Project; recordings of participants of any war'
Snow beats campus, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Where to check for campus closings due to inclement weather]
Snuffing out a bad habit, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Graham Health Center's "Freedom from Smoking' program]
Staying or going, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Governor Granholm's "Cool Cities" initiative asks recent college graduates to fill out a survey about what they want in a place to live.]
Students on career hunt, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Career Services offers students extra assistance during Career Prep Month]
Busted for cheating: More students copy, get caught, by Katie Stout. p. A3. [The Academic Conduct Committee (ACC) reports a rise in students accused of misconduct; why and what happens during the case.]
Red Cross wants blood, by Tara Fugate. p. A3.
Post places in MPA contests, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Oakland Post recognized by the Michigan Press Association for general excellence]
Cuts slice zoo hours, by Dan Agauas. p. A5. [Due to state budget cuts Detroit Zoo lost nearly $600,000 in funding and was forced to reduce operational hours.]
Ice brings out artists, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Spotlight on Plymouth Ice Sculpture Spectacular event.]
Lake St. Clair Clean, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Project to clean up high levels of PCBs in Ten Mile canal in St. Clair Shores finished; residents still skeptical.]
Global glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Stay safe in snow, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Driving tips and advice for snowy roads]
When I grow up I want to be. Staff editorial. p. A7. [What it means to be grown-up]
Should the U.S. spend billions for a moon base, by Doug Merriam and Randy Dudek. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Here's a tip: Waiters are people too, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A7. [Restaurant service industry workers deserve a break]
Galaxy draft Perry, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Student Jason Perry drafted by the Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer.]
Young duo score career highs, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Super Bowl, bathroom break one and same, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Satire]
Losing skid remains, by Dana Utz and Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
OU splits, by Dana Utz. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's swimming]
Club extends streak, by Anthony Stack. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's Hockey]
OU honors African-Americans for Black History Month, by Alexis Hosey. p. B3. [Events happening during "African American Celebration 2004"]
Enjoy the cold with a wintery escape at Meadow Brook Hall, by Brendan Stevens. p. [MBH has created an ice skating rink open to public on week-ends until end of February.]
'Brightest and best' compete in trivia contest, by Andrew DuPont. p. B3. [OU students welcome to enter for chance to participate in Annual College Bowl trivia contest.]
RHP brings double dose of comedy, by Loreen Bahri. p. B4. [Residence Hall Programming lists shows included in Friday Night Live series]
"Big Fish" triggers big emotions for movie-goers, by Virginie Perov. p. B4. [Movie review]
Sex, money and drugs with novel, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B4. [Book review of "Coldest Winter Ever" by Sistah Souljah]
Michael Wilanowski: a baritone in the house, by Nicole Beattie. p. B5. [Student spotlight]


2004-1-28  [v. 30, no.17]

Year could be Corps last, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [AmeriCorps Oakland may not continue due to lack of adequate financial support]
Survey dumped, by Rebecca Wyatt and Laura Angus. p. A1. [Survey seeking student and faculty input concerning academic calendar overhaul axed]
Storm keeps broadcaster from lecture, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Channel 7 "Action News" reporter Cheryl Chodun reschedules visit to campus]
OUSC hears students' plans for MBH, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Students Erin McCarthy and Tom Hopkins present proposal to save Meadow Brook Hall]
Constitutional campaign: growing with the students, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [OUSC Constitutional Commission plans to review and possibly change OU Constitution]
Students trek to Beijing, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Thirteen OU students plan six-week trip to China for academic and cultural experience]
Historic trial comes to life, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Cooley Law School students and faculty performing reenactment of Brown vs. Board]
Student awarded for engine design, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Alum Bill Edwards received a Ward's Auto World Ten Best Engine Award]
Center to test for anxiety, by Tara Fugate. p. A3. [OU's Counseling Center offering screening to students for disorders associated with anxiety]
OU professor to curate exhibit of fakes, by Kristin Sommer. p. A3. [Richard Stamps named guest curator of fake ancient relics made by farmer James Scotford dating back to 1894]
Hot button, free cars, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [General Motors Hot Button Game; car giveaway campaign]
Controversial club opens, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Deja Vu an adult entertainment establishment has opened despite opposition from Detroit City Council]
Kid's hoof-it for health, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [Oakland County sponsoring fitness program called "Count Your Steps."]
State celebrates coin's release, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Michigan state quarter first to be released in 2004]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [World news]
Reality TV is missing its "real" touch. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Reality shows are more fantasy than reality]
Student questions diversity in education, by Kaniqua Daniel. p. A7.
Should fall classes start before Labor Day?, by Libby Baker and Tracy Estes. p. A7. [Point / CounterPoint]
Last second shot does men in again,by Aaron Walker. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Off the schnide, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Ugly, but still a win, by Mike Larson and Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
OU sweeps, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Swimming]
At it again, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's tennis]
Wacky center fits in, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Spotlight on basketball player Petra Manakova]
Sports spotlight, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's basketball player DeMarcus Ishmeals' recent court highlights]
Powerful play snaps streak, by Anthony Stack. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's hockey]
New name, same goals, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Office of equity has been renamed the Center for Multicultural Iniatives but still offers same services]
The face behind the effort, by Virginie Perov. p. B3. [Spotlight on Gloria Sosa, directory of the Center for Multicultural Initiatives office]
AST sisters take on Valentine's Day charity, by Alexis Hosey. p. B3. [Alpha Sigma Tau sisters hosting Philanthropy Night]
Rob Kangas, by Virginie Perov. p. B4. [Photographer Rob Kangas' presented a lecture on campus and also has an exhibit entitled "The Flowers of Insomnia and Other Photographs: a retrospective at MBAG]
"The Da Vinci Code" mixes fiction and controversy: a hit at Catholic Church, by Sara Weigold. p. B4. [Book review]
"Educated Guess" finally out, by Andrew DuPont. p. B4. [Music review of Ani Difranco's solo album "Educated Guess"]
Lucy VandePutte, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5. [Student spotlight]


2004-2-04  [v. 30, no.18]

Student jobs hurt by cuts, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [University budget cuts means fewer student jobs]
Brown bag learning, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Lunch and Learn Series sponsored by Center for Student Activities aims to reach out to commuters]
Meters fail due to 'extreme cold', by Laura Angus. p. A1 [Parking meters outside the Oakland Center, North Foundation and the Rec Center have been out of order for more than a week]
OUSC wants MBH open, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Student congress meeting agenda topics]
New partnership teaches students to lead schools, by Kristin Sommer. p. A1. [SEHS announces partnership with University of Minnesota's School Technology Leadership Initiative (STLI)]
Council to survey caf qualms, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Residence Halls Council distributing surveys in the dorms about cafeteria food quality and selection]
Four join OUPD force, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [New campus officers introduced; Robert Carey, Jennifer Dumm, Lenora Cooper and Robert Marshall]
Author to come to campus, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A3. [Award winning author Patricia Henley scheduled to speak on campus]
Cooley Law School hires top U.S. business woman, by Loreen Bahri. p. A3. [Gina M. Torielli is the new full-time director of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation Program for Cooley]
2004 College Bowl 'a success', by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Winning team of Matt Hudson, Michael McGuinness, Amber Feltner and Tom Rowland will represent OU at the regional College Bowl competition]
Taxes for Dummies, by Kristin Lasinskas. p. A5. [Electronic filing has become a popular method of tax preparation]
Progress in 2003, Partnership in '04, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Auburn Hills mayor Mari Harvey-Edwards gives State of the City address on campus]
Web voting draws students, by Geraldine Davis. p. A5. [Register to vote online for the Michigan Presidential Caucus]
Grant gives gift to AIDS patients, by Noah Purcell. p. A5. [Grant provided by HOPWA may allow Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLSHA) to enact two new programs, the Advocacy program and the In-Home Support for Medically Fragile Men and Women program]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Board of Trustees address unknown. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Board of Trustees and President Russi need to be more accessible and visable to university community]
Where honor is due, by Charity Jones. p. A7. [Civil rights advocates crosses parties]
Is the Super Bowl just about the commericals?, by Tracy Estes and David Pemberton. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Fun makes all the difference, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's Basketball]
Rough start no problem, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Record feels first blemish, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Swimming and diving teams]
Super Bowl journal, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Humorous chronicle of college students experience watching Super Bowl]
Women double up NMU, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's club ice hockey]
Home record still perfect, by Anthony Stack. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's club ice hockey]
Get a 'Taste of Africa' with crafts food and music. p. B5. [African-American Celebration Committee event]
S.A.E. v. S.P.: frats battle it out on ice, by Tara Fugate. p. B5. [Fraternies play hockey for chance to win Sigma Cup]
Winter Ball goes French, by Andrew DuPont. p. B5. [Meadow Brook Hall hosts french themed ball; "Rendez-Vous a Paris"]
RAD teaches women self-defense, by Alexis Hosey. p. B6. [OUPD officer T.A. Ross teaches campus course Rape Aggression Defense for women]
OUGC sells out, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B6. [Campus Gospel Choir annual concert "College Night: One Body, One Love, One Praise"]
Professor Khapoya: freed by education, by David Kilkenney. p. B6. [Spotlight on Professor Vincent B. Khapoya]
"Torque" should be blown out of theatres, by Andrew DuPont. p. B6. [Movie review]
Marianne Samdal: Soccer Phenom, by Loreen Bahri. p. B7. [Athletics: Student Spotlight]


2004-2-11  [v. 30, no.19]

Tuition increase pegged, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Proposed increase of tuition 2.4 percent for school year 2004-2005]
Financial fix, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Proposed plans to help get Meadow Brook Hall out of financial trouble]
The year to date: Student body president outlines his term, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Jonathan Parks delivers State of the University speech]
Discussing diversity, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. A6. [Center for Multicultural Initiatives (CMI) hosts event; "Voluntary Segregation: Is it a choice for the new generation?"]
Students wanted: for liason positions, by Justin Mularski. p. A1. [OU's Board of Trustees accepting applications for its student liaison positions]
Curbing energy waste, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A3. [Interview with Energy Manager Jim Leidel about ways the University is reducing energy costs]
Students to speak on internships, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [Panel discussion hosted by Career Services will include employer representatives from companies Valassis, Daimler Chrysler and Deloitte & Touche]
Alum plays at DSO, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Jazz violinist Regina Carter performed at "An Evening with Regina Carter at the DSO" an event sponsored by the OUAA and the College of Arts and Sciences]
OUSC, other orgs work to involve, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [Student body president Jonathan Parks and OUSC make plans to come together with numerous organized groups on campus to find ways to promote student involvement]
Golden Key educates, entertains at Love Day, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Event on campus to promote educating students to be sexually responsible]
Volunteers warm homes, hearts, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Fundraiser "Walk for Warmth" sponsored by OLHSA to aid Oakland County residents facing heat shut-offs]
Comedy benefits kids, by Kristin Sommer. p. A5. [Comedians Phil Di'Tommaso and Greg Hahn perform at Woodside Bible Church of Troy in "Comedy for a Cause X" to benefit Promise Village]
Smoking snuff-out, by Luise Bolleber. p. A5. [Michigan Smoke-Free Dining Act detailed]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
The high price of secrecy. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Lawsuit involving Oakland Post and the University contending violation of Michigan's Open Meetings Act]
OUAA offers campus life for alumni, by Sue Evans. p. A7. [Current chair of the Oakland University Alumni Association appeals to graduates to stay involved with the university after graduation]
Was the Super Bowl incident negative for Janet Jackson?, by Randy Dudek and Liz Gorecki. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Hitting 'rock bottom', by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Getting it done, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Detroit welcomes you, Pudge, by Mike Larson. p. B1. [Detroit Tigers]
Nothing ordinary about club season, by Brandan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's club ice hockey]
NIC next for swimmers, by Dana Utz. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's and women's swim and dive teams]
Women fall just short against State, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's club ice hockey]
Spring break hot spots, by Tracy Estes. p. B5.
"Miss Firecracker" wins over audience, by Andrew Gaines. p. B5. [Review of MTD Varner Studio production of "The Miss Firecracker Contest"]
Write for cash, win in a flash, by Loreen Bahri. p. B5. [Writing contest sponsored by English department called "Flash for Cash"]
Valentine's Day international, by Sara Weigold. p. B6. [Valentine's Day traditions from all around the world]
Commercial holiday means big bucks for Costco Wholesale, by David Kilkenney. p. B6.
MBH serves an elegant Valentine's dinner, by Virginie Perov. p. B6.
Nina Ford and Maurice Carter, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B7. [Student couple spotlight]


2004-2-18  [v. 30, no.20]

Budget future still bleak, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Reduction in budget for fall 2005 leads to capped enrollment]
Planning a fairy tale, by Rececca Wyatt. p. A1.
OU hosts Senate committee, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Michigan Senate Higher Education Subcommittee budget hearings held at Oakland]
Winter enrollment trends hold true, by Justin Mularski. p. A1. [Winter enrollment is consistently going up over the past several years]
Congress mulls hockey team's money request, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Men's Club Hockey team has requested additional funds from the Student Activities Funding Board]
Fund drive exceeds goal, by Kristin Sommer. p. A3. [All University Fund Drive (AUFD) for 2003 brought in nearly 3 percent more than the 2002 drive]
Students take part in global kindness, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [Random Acts of Kindness Week presents students with opportunities to support charities]
Beta Alpha Psi helps with taxes, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [Members of BAP are participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program]
Group heads to NY, by Aaron Walker. p. A3. [Student Program Board (SPB) sponsored trip to New York City]
XL plans seem too big, by Dave Pemberton. p. A5. [Detroit prepares for Super Bowl XL in 2006]
Space not for rent, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Club Space Pontiac may be closing due to financial troubles]
BCBS benefits life-partners, by Noah Purcell. p. A5. [Businesses may now request benefits package from Blue Cross Blue Shield for their gay and lesbian employees with life-partners]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Cops cut cost, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Oakland County Prosecutors Office Economic Recovery Unit investigates and recovers forfeiture funds to be used for miscellaneous police department costs]
Crosswalks become danger zones. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Drivers on campus need to slow down and pay attention to speed limits and pedestrians]
Involvement key to good decisions, by Laura Angus. p. A7. [Inform yourself about what's happening in the world and exercise your right to vote]
Was the Beatles' 40th anniversary over-hyped?, by Elizabeth Gorecki and Rebecca Wyatt. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Ups and downs, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Young duo provides deep threat, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Spotlight on women's basketball team players Jayme Wilson and Anne Hafeli]
Home court gives relief, by Aaron Walker. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
It's hard to believe these days, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Great moments in sports that have left lasting memories and inspired generations]
NCAAs on the mind, by Dana Utz. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's and Women's Swim teams]
Women set to end regular season, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's club hockey team]
Hockey in familiar territory, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's club hockey team]
Senior keeps team goals first, by Aaron Walker. p. B3. [Athletics: Sports spotlight on men's basketball team player Kelly Williams]
Wedding bells blues and bliss, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. B5. [Student brides and wedding plans]
Winners perform with orchestra, by Virginie Perov. p. B5. [Students Krysty Swann, Chris Napier and Nick Adgragna; winners of the 2004 Concerto competition performed with Oakland Symphony Orchestra]
Travel in Tuscany at MBAG, by Luise Bolleber. p. B6. [Professors Susan Wood and Louisa Ngote present travel lecture from their trip to Tuscany]
Talent wanted, by Loreen Bahri. p. B6. ["Delta Appolo" talent show hosted by Delta Sigma Theta sorority]
"50 First Dates" sad and sweet, by Courtney Dailey. p. B6. [Movie review]
"College Dropout" educates fans on music industry, by Michael Williams. p. B6. [Music review of Kanye West album]
Paul Priest Professor of rhetoric, by Alexis Hosey. p. B7. [Brief bio on Professor Paul Priest]
Dave J. Castle, OU graduate student is a magician and businessman, by Andrew Gaines. p. B7. [Student Spotlight]


2004-3-3  [v. 30, no.21]

Crash kills OU student, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Diraviam Susainatnan, a Ph. D. student remembered by campus community as a very kind man]
Money divides OUSC, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Money request from men's club hockey team causes division among OUSC legislators]
Gender stats, by Rebecca Wyatt and Tracy Estes. p. A1. [More diversity is needed on college campuses around Michigan to increase the number of female faculty]
Three-peat, by Dana Utz. p. A1. [Athletics: Men's and women's swim and dive teams]
Senate hears complex plans, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Director of Athletics Jack Mehl spoke to OU's Senate about possible plans to build a privately funded soccer/baseball stadium]
Theatre's auction may become annual, by Kristin Sommer. p. A1. [MBT hosted first black-tie gala and silent auction with a speakeasy theme]
Graduation tough to reach, by Luise Bolleber. p. A3. [Students taking longer than four years to graduate is common]
Nixon named 'First Citizen', by Alicia Sossi. p. A3. [Honors College director Jude Nixon receives "First Citizen of Birmingham" award]
OU takes diversity proposals, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [Selections committee to present best proposals submitted for Diversity Programming Fund]
Former CAS dean, prof remembered, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Memorial planned for professor Isaac Eliezer who died of complications from a stroke]
Tax ignites conflict, by Kristin Herlihy. p. A5. [Governor Granholm released 2005 Executive Budget with a proposed tax increase on cigarettes from $1.25 to $2.00 a pack]
SAVE alleges knife scheme, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A5. [Group of students form group to speak out against alleged injustices happening at the company Vector Marketing]
School enforce nutty ban, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Parents of students in local schools divided on enforcement of peanut ban]
Global glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Biology takes stage in marriage debate. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Advocating same sex marriage]
Should the state smoking tax be increased?, by Laura Angus and Sara Weigold. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Alum gives advice to all class levels, by Mike Murphy / guest columnist. p. A7.
Women at it again, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's and women's swimming and diving teams]
What a way to go, by Kaniqua Daniel. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Seniors put on a show in farewell, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
It's time to say goodbye, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Second-year coach has drive, passion, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Getting to know women's basketball coach Eileen Shea-Hilliard]
Baseball, softball swinging away, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics]
Men rule GMHL, by Anthony Stack. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's club ice hockey team]
Karen Eterovich is "Love Arm'd Aphra", by Rebecca Wyatt. p. B5. [One-person show on the life of writer Aphra Behn]
"The Vaginas' are coming!", by Sara Weigold. p. B5. [Women's Issue Forum (WIF) is producing "The Vagina Monologue's" on campus as part of Women's History Month]
Embrace African culture with Akanke, by Virginie Perov. p. B5. [Student organization Akanke will present play during its annual "African Odyssey" called "Ifeanocho"]
CASA: Not just a campus organization, by Loreen Bahri. p. B5. [Chaldean-American Student Organization (CASA) gets involved with both campus and community service events]
"Passion of Christ", by Andrew DuPont. p. B6. [Movie review of Mel Gibson film]
Girl-getting tips from nice guys, by Laura Angus. p. B6. [Book review of "The Nice Guys Guide to Getting Girls"]
Poli Sci Professor tackles new career, by Kristen Herlihy. p. B7. [Dr. Paul Kubicek running for state representative]


2004-3-10  [v. 30, no.22]

OU community mourns again, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Student Miguel Elliott died from injuries sustained when he was struck by car crossing Walton Blvd]
SAFB gives WXOU static, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Student Activity Funding Board (SAFB) will have to adjust distribution of funds to various organizations due to student activities fee not being raised]
OUSC blocks hockey funds, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Student Congress voted down men's hockey club request for extra funding]
OU men's club hockey team: Mission accomplished, by Anthony Stack. p. A1. [Athletics]
Med lab students: Scholarships are available, by Laura Angus. p. A1.
Weaving the web without wires, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Kresge Library launched wireless networking system]
Grads reach record
, by Tara Fugate. p. A3. [Development of new graduate programs leads to increase in grad students]
Art gallery celebrates 40 years, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [Gala to celebrate upcoming exhibit "40 Years of Collecting: 75 Master Works from the OU Collection]
Area students speak out, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Campus hosts Sixth Annual Diverse Voices Conferences, a state-wide event]
School of Ed. offers new Ph.D. program, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Partnership with Macomb Intermediate School District offers student opportunity to earn a doctorate in education]
Mall tour a success, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Pop singer Avril Lavigne makes tour appearance at the Somerset Collection in Troy]
No men allowed, by Kristin Lasinskas & Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Women's gyms are becoming more popular]
Personal plates pose problems, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A5. [Specialty license plates frustrate Michigan police but they are popular with colleges for fund raising]
Global glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Picking the next student leaders. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Student Congress needs an administration that's motivated to serve the needs of the students]
Can't find a job? Hypothesis as to why, by Rob Wooley / OU Alumnus. p. A7.
Should the death penalty be reinstated in Michigan?, by Tracy Estes and Aaron Walker. p. A7 [Point/CounterPoint]
Taking care of business, by Anthony Stack. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's hockey club]
Swimmers receive bids to NCAA meet, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Student swim team members Tanya Korniyenko and Oksana Strelets invited to compete in NCAA Swimming and Diving Championship]
Weather, EKU slows baseball, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
OU one and done at Mid-Con tourny, by Dave Pemberton. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Shooting fails women in opening round loss, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
40 years exposed, by Louise Bolliber. p. B3. [Meadow Brook Art Gallery "40 Years of Collecting: 75 Masterworks from the Oakland University Art Collection" exhibit showcased]
Visit OU "Casino", by Kristin Sommer. p. B3. [Event sponsored by Student Program Board, the Center for Student Activities and Residence Hall Programming]
Celebrate Chinese culture on campus, by Kristen Herlihy. p. B3. [China Club and Chinese Friendship Association activities and invitation to join]
Spring into style, by Kristin Lasinskas. p. B4. [What's popular in fashion for college students]
Eugenides' "Middlesex": coming of age in Detroit, by Sara Weigold. p. B4. [Book review for 2003 Pulitzer Prize winning novel for "Middlesex"]
'Twisted' conveys less than a thrill, by Virginie Perov. p. B4. [Movie review for "Twisted" starring Ashley Judd]
Meet LaToya Hearn, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5. [Student spotlight]


2004-3-17  [v. 30, no.23]

Candidates square-off, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [OUSC Presidential candidates Jonathan Parks and Matt Edwards debated]
Prof seeks mediation with OU, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Assistant professor of management information systems Kristina Setzekorn has filed a complaint against OU with the EEOC office for unfair treatment]
Cash and carry, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [A student suspected of writing bad checks around campus is under investigation by the OUPD]
WXOU comes in clear for now, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [OUSC meeting included tabling a proposed referendum that would have drastically reduced budget of campus radio station]
Dean's Web site is paper-less way to log onto info, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [The Dean of Students office has launched its new Web site]
Reflecting on past loss, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A3. [Anniversary of fire that damaged third floor lab area of Dodge hall]
Career Night to help with hunt, by Deanna Belger. p. A3.
Bio prof awarded, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A3. [Dr. Fay Hansen, associate professor of biology wins Phyllis Law Googasian Award]
U-M prof to speak in memorial lecture, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [Professor Jan Svejar, director of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan is the guest speaker at the Alice Conner Gorlin Memorial Lecture]
Sponsors lack affect on award, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [Corporate sponsors of Keeper of the Dream Scholarship Awards currently are a controversial topic, but organizers of the annual event claim corporate participation has changed very little]
Center brings city together, by Aaron Walker. p. A5. [New Auburn Hills community center under construction]
All the green you need, by Nicole Beattie & Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day]
New law may crash student celebrations, by Nicole Beattie. p. A5. [Michigan drinking law includes lower level and higher penalties]
OCC remodels, by Noah Purcell. p. A5. [Renovation projects costing nearly $10 million announced at OCC for four of its campuses]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Next year's success built on leadership change. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Student Congress election endorsements for candidates Matt Edwards and Mario Hagar]
We know what you're drinking, by Mary Beth Snyder. p. A7. [Various beverages student purchase on campus earn vending commissions which are added to student organization funds]
Sports open doors, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Detroit Shock coach and former Detroit Piston Bill Laimbeer was guest speaker at final Student Life Lecture Board's final lecture of the 2003-04 season]
Matter of the heart, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's club hockey]
Have they lost their minds?, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball and NCAA]
Men prepare for NCAA Championship, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's basketball and NCAA]
Baseball gets first, by Dave Pemberton. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
Triathlon club flexes muscles, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: OU Triathlon Club]
Valpo, former OU coach in tourney, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: NCAA and OU ties]
Good Grief, by Virginie Perov. p. B5. [New course "Death and Dying in Literature, Culture and Film" is a core class of the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program]
Diet trends exposed, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. B7.
Classics come to life, by Kristin Sommer. p. B6. [Meadow Brook Hall launching a monthly book club with a theme of books centered on life in the upper class during the early 1900s.
Depp dominates "Secret Window", by Andrew DuPont. p. B6. [Movie review of Johnny Depp film]
Let's go clubbin', by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B7. [Clubs in Pontiac with college nights]


2004-3-24  [v. 30, no.24]

Students' choice, Laura Angus. p. A1. [OUSC election for 2004]
Words rule at Festival, by Alicia Sossi. p. A1. [Festival of Writing annual event sponsored by the Department of Rhetoric, Communication and journalism]
Senate approves gen ed renovation, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [OU Senate approves proposal for revision of General Education Requirements]
Network stable again, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [OU's wireless network was unavailable for part of the day on Friday due to failed software on the authentication server]
OUSC hears Post matter, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [OUSC meeting included student Lashawnda James voicing her concerns over The Post and credibility of last week's staff editorial]
Instruction aids success, by Dan Agauas. p. A3. [Students who take the Supplemental Instruction courses for math and science classes provided by the Academic Skills Center get higher grades]
Senator, actress earn honorary degrees, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [Former Ziegfeld Follies girl Doris Eaton Travis and Senator Carl Levin have been bestowed honorary degrees pending approval of the BOT at the April meeting]
Congress heads to capitol, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [OUSC and other students are anticipating trip to Michigan's capitol]
Cooley sets enrollment record, by Kristin Sommer. p. A3. [OU branch of Cooley Law School credited with enrollmen increase]
Proposal A turns 10, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A5.
Lion's $25 million move helps Silverdome city, by Libby Baker. p. A5. [City of Pontiac awarded $26.5 million in lawsuit with Detroit Lions over breach in Silverdome lease agreement]
Historic makeover, by Noah Purcell. p. A5. [Birmingham Historical Museum finishing plans to upgrade and refurbish at an estimated cost of $1 million]
Spring into Easter, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Easter Bunny Breakfast at Henry Ford II High School]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
One year later war still wages on. Staff editorial. p. A7 [U.S. must keep fighting terrorism on one year anniversary of invasion of Iraq]
Listen to your heart and vote, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. A7. [OUSC election for 2004]
Should immigrants be permitted to be President?, by Kristin Herlihy and Virginie Perov. p. A7. [Point/ CounterPoint]
Indoor defeat, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's tennis]
All-American honor, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Senior Tanya Korniyenko became second female OU swimmer ever to earn All-American honors competing in the NCAA Championships]
Baseball extends win streak to four, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
Out of sight, but not out of mind, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's tennis team must practice off-campus because we do not have tennis courts]
Extreme weekend, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's softball]
Golfers tee it off again, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's golf]
Triathlon has strong showing, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: OU Triathlon Club]
Just take your bracket and toss it in the trash, by Blair Kerkhoff. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's basketball and NCAA]
Get out and vote who will you choose to lead OUSC?, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5. [OUSC presidential candidates Jonathan Parks / Michael McGuinness and Matthew Edwards / Mario Hagar bio's and goals for the 2004-2005 academic school year]
OU males compete in beauty pageant, by Vera Marzoug. p. B6. [OU's Phi Sigma Sigma sorority hosts Mr. Phisignificant pageant]
'Oz' revisited, by Sara Weigold. p. B6. [Book review of "Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West" by author Gregory Maguire]
Students 'take back the night', by Loreen Bahri. p. B6. [Women's History Month event sponsored by OU and HAVEN]
'Taking Lives' better off taken away, by Andrew DuPont. p. B6. [Movie review of "Taking Lives" starring Angelina Jolie]
Levasseur wraps up SNS series, by Andrew DuPont. p. B7. [Saturday Night Sounds series wraps up with performance by Jason Levasseur]


2004-3-31  [v. 30, no.25]

Students speak up, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Students Jonathan Parks and Mike McGuinness elected OUSC President and Vice President]
Unity goal of games, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [OU'Lympics event scheduled at Rec Center]
Equality for all OU couples, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [OU provides same health insurance benefits for homosexual couples as heterosexual ones]
Law group goes Greek, by Kristin Sommer. p. A1. [New Pre-Law Society fraternity on campus are newest charter members of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International]
Virtually there, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A3. [Career Services' Virtual Career Fair]
Petition comes to OUSC, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [A petition requesting technical upgrades in OC basement computer lab was one of the agenda covered during OUSC meeting]
Homeland focus at OU, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [OU recently approved for grants in homeland security iniatives]
New ATM to assist impaired, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [OU Branch of the Michigan State University donates "smart" ATM on campus to assist students with visual impairments]
Sigma Xi hosts U-M engineer for lecture, by Justin Mularski. p. A3. [OU chapter of Sigma Xi hosting annual lecture with guest speaker Dr. Kensall Wise]
Blood levels low, OU can help, by Loreen Bahri. p. A3. [American Red Cross blood drive on campus]
Venue gives city $31 million ticket, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A5. [Hillside Productions, Inc. dropping charges against city of Sterling Heights in return for city paying for new roof and additional sound-proofing at Freedom Hill Amphitheater]
Going back to its roots, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A5. [New Environmental Education Center at Indian Springs Metropark in White Lake, Michigan welcomes visitors]
No end in sight for orange obstacles, by Noah Purcell. p. A5. [MDOT resurfacing northbound lanes of I-75 from M-15 in Clarkston to I-475 in Flint, as well as bridge work along the route]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Email users need new spam defense. Staff editiorial. p. A7.
Avoid "Tator-gate", by Holly Shreve Gilbert. p. A7. [It's important for students to edit their work for grammar and spelling mistakes because errors can cause low grades and even undermine your career search]
Should the U.S. boycott the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens out of security concerns?, by Rebecca Wyatt and Brendan Stevens. p. A7. [Point / CounterPoint]
Offense still lags at Classic, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
NCAA duo ends strong, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's swim and dive team members Chris Sullivan and Hunor Ma'te' competed in the NCAA Championships]
Inconsistency continues for softball, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's softball]
The most wonderful time, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Red Wings commentary]
Grizzlies served loss, by Mike Larson. p. B3. [Athletics: Women's tennis]
Women shoot season-best, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Men's and women's golf]
NCAA liaison retires after 41 years, by Brendan Stevens. p. B3. [Athletics: Jane Bentham retires after 41 years of service to OU]
Vegetables are 'Inn Season', by Andrea McNinch. p. B5. [Restaurant review of the Inn Season Cafe in Royal Oak]
Get 'locked in' again, by Stephanie Tomovska. p. B6. [All night party in the Rec Center hosted by the SPB and the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity]
"Dawn": guaranteed to make you scream, by Andrew DuPont. p. B6. [Movie review of "Dawn of the Dead" remake by director Zack Snyder and writer James Gunn]
Dance team gives award-winning performance, by Nicole Beattie. p. B6. [OU dancers competed at the American College Dance Association and performed at the Gala Concert]
Good vs. bad, by Andrew DuPont. p. B7. [Movie critic rates the latest releases of the entertainment industry]


2004-4-07  [v. 30, no.26]

No waiting at OU, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Admissions office proposing new program to outsource application processing in an effort to speed up response time]
Earthly lessons, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Professor Mark Rigstad created the Environmental Quality Forum (EQF) to encourage students to get involved in issues concerning our environment]
Queens for a night, by Stephanie Tomovska and Kaniqua Daniel. p. A1. [First-ever drag show on campus]
Machine is new type of box office, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [DVD rentals are now possible on campus with the Pilot Video's Box Office Express machine located inside the OC]
Education prof honored, by Roxanna Rives. p. A3. [Professor Ron Cramer honored by International Reading Association with the 2004 Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading Award]
SEHS offers help, by Deanna Belger. p. A3. [The Human Resource Development Department in SEHS is initiating a mentoring program for freshmen and sophomores]
Seminar set for Thursday, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Leonard Woodcock Legacy Seminar is celebrating 10th anniversary with event at Meadow Brook Hall]
Founders' memory celebrated, by Tracy Estes. p. A3. [University benefactors Alfred and Matilda Dodge Wilson remembered during this years Founders' Day; themed "Celebrating our past and embracing our future"]
Partnership for autism created, by Teresa Pizzorni. p. A3. [New resource center for families with autistic children a partnership between Jack's Place for Autism and the School of Education and Human Services]
OPEC pumps up gas prices, by Tracy Estes. p. A5.
Medalist talks success, by Dana Utz. p. A5. [Olympic gold gymnast Mary Lou Retton guest speaker at Rochester College's annual Partnership Dinner]
Wings win for charity, by Brendan Stevens. p. A5. [Troy Police Hockey Club played charity game with retired Detroit Red Wings with proceeds going to the Troy Police Benevolent Association]
Walk through history, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A5. [Downtown Rochester Gallery Crawls includes nine galleries open to the public four times each year]
Global Glance, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Education should include personal finance. Staff editorial. p. A7.
Budget crisis is not an academic crisis, by Gary D. Russi, OU President. p. A7.
Student explains why Bush is inspirational, by Charity Jones p. A7.
Skid extends to nine, by Dana Utz. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's softball]
Struggles continue for OU, by Dave Pemberton. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
Confessions of a broken sports fan, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Sports humor]
Golfers dominate in back-to-back wins, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's golf]
Variety, success for women, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's golf]
Mid-Con baseball player earns honor, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Oral Roberts University junior Dennis Bigley named one of Collegiate Baseball's National Players of the Week]
Drag queens rule the night, by Stephanie Tomovska and Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Event sponsored by Gay/Straight Alliance]
Lights, cameras, action,
by Stephanie Tomovska. p. B3. [The 21st annual OU Photo Contest with cash prizes for winners]
ABS presents a Saturday soiree, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Association of Black Students (ABS) hosting its annual ABS Ball]
Kill Bill Vol. 2: when too much is just enough, by Andrew DuPont. p. B4. [Movie review for Kill Bill 2]
Trendy Mexican in heart of Detroit, by Andrea McNinch. p. B4. [Restaurant review for Agave]
Emotions flow, by Courtney Dailey. p. B4. [Movie review for "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet]
Battle of the bands, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B5. [Album reviews: N.E.R.D. vs. Janet Jackson]


2004-4-14  [v. 30, no.27]

Cuts to the Corps, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [OU's AmeriCorps program ends after ten years of service to community]
Over the red line, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [OU BOT meeting agenda included Meadow Brook Theatre, Lowry Child Care Center, Admin 701]
Parking tickets sticky wickets, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A1. [Numerous and/or unpaid campus parking tickets could lead to serious consequences]
Student support, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A1. [OU BOT Chair Henry Baskin donated $500,000 for scholarships to students of single-parent homes]
Taking their place, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. A1. [OUSC new members sworn in]
ACLU chapter at OU, by Justin Mularski. p. A1. [Creation of OU chapter of ACLU idea of political science major Andrew Grusnick]
Students petition for ASL, by Teresa Pizzorni. p. A3. [Petitions concerning American Sign Language course counting as foreign language credit going around campus]
OU gives 219 pints, by Kristen Herlihy. p. A3. [Spring 2004 Blood Drive]
Two professors awarded high rank, by Brendan Stevens. p. A3. [Distinguished Professors award given to Michael Chopp and Robert T. Eberwein]
BOT awards Wilson, Service awards, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Alfred G. and Matilda R. Wilson award and Human Relations award presented to seniors Genafer Hintz, Rhonda Hanna and Brad Whitmer]
Pre-exam PERK offered, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A5. [OUPSA sponsors give-away of "Pre-Exam Rescue Kit"]
Assistant VP awarded 2004 Outstanding AP, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [Sheryl Klemanski presented with 2004 Outstanding AP award]
Getting involved is what counts, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [Joining a student organization is a good way to get involved on campus]
MTD's shining stars, by Roxanna Rives. p. A5. [Twenty students and alumni recognized with MaTilDa award]
Students work to preserve river, by Karl Buchman. p. A5. [Clinton River Watershed Council trying to make students aware of not dumping waste into storm drains on campus]
WHP to educate on injury prevention, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [Second annual Injury Prevention Day held in honor of World Health Day]
April reflects on art, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A7. [Many galleries in state displaying glass pieces created by local artists during Michigan Glass Month]
Oakland makes mentors easy to find, help, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A7. [Metro Detroit Mentor Collaboration in its inaugural year currently supports seven local organizations]
Affirmative action caught in tangle, by Tracy Estes. p. A7. [Michigan Civil Rights Initiative (MCRI) trying to collect enough signatures on petition to amend the Michigan Constitution]
Recognize the accomplishments of grads. Staff editorial. p. A9. [Graduating from college is an honor and an accomplishment]
General education overhaul takes shape, by Dr. Virinder Moudgil. p. A9. [University Senate passes new plan for general education]
Giving back can be easier than it looks, by Rebecca Wyatt. p. A9. [Signing up for National Bone Marrow registry]
Split snaps losing streak, by Libby Baker. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
Unstoppable Stuard, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Men's golf]
Women play final warm-up for Mid-Con, by Brendan Stevens. p. B1. [Athletics: Women's golf]
Wings have hearts racing again, by Libby Baker. p. B1. [Red Wings commentary]
Offense still lagging, by Dana Utz. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's baseball]
Cluster issues, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Women's tennis]
Men's tennis championship field set, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's tennis]
Recognition dished out, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Athletics: Men's club hockey]
Greens, pinks purples, reds decorate OU, by Laura Angus. p. B3. [OU Grounds Maintenance spring landscaping on campus]
Class in session, by Loreen Bahri. p. B3. [Roses 101: Garden Lecture and Lunch, hosted by Meadow Brook Hall]
Giving my final farewell, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B3. [Oakland Post Campus Life Editor commentary on time at OU]
Students create Habitat, by Libby Baker. p. B4. [Some students working to establish Habitat for Humanity student organization]
Larson offers alternate look at U.S. society, by Sara Weigold. p. B4. [Book review of "The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness at the Fair that Changed America" by Erik Larson]
Laquala Coleman gives a helping hand, by Kaniqua S. Daniel. p. B5. [Student spotlight]


2004-6-30  [v. 31, no.01]

It's back: Griz fiz, false alarm, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [OU Grizzly statue project and costs]
Tuition takes a hike, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A1. [Tuition will increase by at least 2.4 percent but may go up to 4.8 percent if prospected cigarette and alcohol tax increases do not go through]
Memorial Center gets extra space, by Tara Fugate. p. A1. [Holocaust Memorial Center (HMC) in Farmington Hills grand opening celebration]
Grads "outreach", by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [OU graduates traveling to Nicaragua to establish office for Global Outreach, a Canadian non-governmental organization]
Audience waits for Fox's arrival, by Nicole Beattie. p. A3. [Mexican President Vicente Fox Quesada visits OU]
OUSC update, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [Topics and projects in congress include: Welcome Week fireworks display, Student of the Month parking spot, voter registration drives for upcoming presidential elections, student organizations fundraising packets, approval of spring/summer budget and Student Activities Funding Board guidelines, new proposal for possible Grizzly statue, and summer meeting schedule]
In Short, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Matilda R. Wilson Gift, OU summer Blood Drive, Project Upward Bound, Eliezer Special Seminar]
Group opens Oakland office, by Kriston Sommer. p. A5. [Sierra Club opens chapter in Oakland County]
Pistons gear still hot, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Pistons 2004 Championship merchandise popular]
Curfew crackdown, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Both Eastland Mall and Fairlane Town Center have established curfews to keep teens under eighteen out after a certain time unless accompanied by an adult 21 or older]
Innocence lost. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Steroid testing and Olympic athletes]
Beheadings open nation's eyes to terror's new look. Staff editorial. p. A7.
Student urges Governor Granholm to take a stand, by Charity Jones. p. A7. [Anti-abortion editorial]
Was this the right time to hand over control in Iraq?, by Libby Baker and Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A7. [Point/CounterPoint]
Sizzling 4th of July party, by Blythe Simmons. p. B1. [Food, music and decorations for great July 4th party]
Music and lunch light up OC patio, by Loreen Bahri. p. B2. [Oakland Center Patio Concert series line-up of performers]
Short fall for Harry Potter, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. B2. [Movie review of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban]
Sloppy make-over for Stepford Wives, by Pam Avoledo. p. B2. [Movie review]
Meadow Brook cuts waiting lines, by Virginie Perov. p. B2. [Meadow Brook Music Festival parking charge will be rolled into ticket price]
Stiller shines, by Brendan Stevens. p. B2. [Movie review of "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story"]
Young doctor's research seeks to prevent cancer, by Virginie Perov. p. B3. [OU alum Darrin Hanna is a professor and owner of his own company; TIGS]
Pitching trio drafted, by Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Recruits join OU family, by Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Intern a champion, by Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics: Men's basketball. Senior Ryan Hoover interned for the Detroit Pistons]
Briefly around the horn, by Dana Utz and Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics]
Around the Mid-Con, by Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics]


2004-09-01  [v. 31, no.02]

Sudden resignation, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [V.P. for Finance and Administration, Lynne Schaefer resigns]
Grizz ID headline goes here, k, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Student identification switched from Social Security numbers to eight digit Grizz ID]
Food and fun return, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [Arts, Beats and Eats festival in Pontiac]
BOT freeze, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A1. [BOT approve amendment that would freeze capital projects for 90 days]
Broncoes top Grizzlies in double overtime, by Dave Pemberton. p. A1. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Smoking banned in residence halls, by Libby Baker. p. A3. [New policy bans smoking in all residence halls]
It's time for a vaccine, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Meningitis vaccine offered to students on campus]
OUSC gives $$$ back to students, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. 3. [Amendment to strike the legislator compensation of $50 per semester passed]
In Short, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Welcome Week, Last Day 100 percent Tuition Refund, Labor Day Recess, Parisian Celebrates Oakland University, OU Students "Dance in the Street"]
Bush looks at local issues, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [President George W. Bush makes seventh Michigan appearance during re-election campaign]
Concert for a Cause, by Nicole Beattie. p. A5. [Vote for Change Tour scheduled to perform in Michigan Oct. 3 with ticket sales benefiting America Coming Together (ACT)]
Service merits scholarship, by Rachael Barnett. p. A5. [Michigan Merit Award Board approves community service requirement]
Citizens get CERT-ified, by Libby Baker. p. A5. [Oakland County involved in Community Emergency Response Team Training (CERT) program]
Let your voice be heard on campus. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Call to readers to send letters to the editor]
Student government has big year planned for you, by Michael McGuinness. p. A7. [Vice President of OUSC commentary]
Should U.S. gymnast Paul Hamm give back the gold?, by Brendan Stevens and Dave Pemberton. p. A7. [Point/Counter Point]
Freshmen Flashbacks, by Post Staff. p. B1. [Virinder K Moudgil, V.P. for Academic Affairs and Provost answers questions about his first year of college]
OU graduates speak to freshmen, by Pamela Avoledo. p. B1. [Graduates Victoria Holifield and Kevin Horak offer ideas and reflections of freshman year]
Welcome Week at OU, by Post Staff. p. B1. [Spirit Day, Ice Cream Social and GrizzFest]
"Golf: The Musical" tees off MBT season, by Virginie Perov. p. B2. [Meadow Brook Theatre features first summer show]
FNL brings the Buzz to OU, by Virginie Perov. p. B2. [Comedian Buzz Sutherland is scheduled to perform in the Friday Night Live series]
Greek way of life sprouts on campus, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B2. [Introduction to an assortment of fraternities and sororities on campus]
OU chapter of Golden Key receives national award, by Blythe Simmons. p. B3. [OU's Golden Key chapter recognized for completion of the "13 Golden Key Chapter Standards" and "Honorable Mention of Golden Key Chapters"]
Out to prove themselves, by Dave Pemberton. p. B4. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Dream Team? Bronze more of a nightmare, by Gary Baker. p. B4. [Commentary of U.S. Men's Olympic Basketball team]
Going for third straight crown, by Dana Utz. p. B4. [Athletics: Men's soccer]


2004-09-08  [v. 31, no.03]

BOT names new leader, by Pam Avoledo. p. A1. [Penny Crissman named new chairperson and trustee Dennis Pawley as new vice chair]
Construction season begins, by Kristin Sommer. p. A1. [Brief highlights of road construction projects in Oakland County]
OU abides by state's mandate, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [Gov. Granholm's state mandate with 15 public universities to cap tuition for 2004-05 school year in order to have state support cut to two percent]
Wrath of Frances, Panhandle throttled, by Adam Neal. p. A1. [Hurricane Frances in Florida]
Grizzlies split weekend with pair of 2-1 games, by Dana Utz. p. A1. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Services close: No more quick calls, "Copy Stops" before class, by Adesina Wheeler and Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Copy Stop etc. closes due to not enough customer traffic and support]
First week's turnout higher than expected, by Laura Angus. p. A3. [Student attendance higher than expected even with classes starting before Labor Day]
Students Welcomed Back / New Student Convocation, by Robet Yunker. p. A3.
OUSC President's Recipe for Success, by Robert Yunker. p. A3.
Welcome Week Highlights, by Allison Brunner. p. A3.
In Short, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [GM Donates to OU, OU on Channel 7, OC Recogized Nationally, Young Adult Mass, Important Dates]
Big bucket may be history, by Pam Avoledo. p. A5. [KFC bucket sign in Birmingham's historic district under debate]
Michigan's Medieval Magic, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [Michigan Renaissance Festival celebrated]
Set a life saving record, by Rachael Barnett. p. A5. [American Red Cross hosting 3rd Annual Community Memorial Blood Drive at The Palace of Auburn Hills]
Saving lives by giving blood. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Support for American Red Cross]
Should musicians be part of Vote for Change effort?, by Nicole Beattie and Libby Baker. p. A7. [Point/Counter Point]
Norah Jones, 'Feels Like Home' at MBMF, by Michael Williams. p. B1.
'Without a Paddle' is still afloat, by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review]
Forte's forte is superb service, by Andrea McNinch. p. B3. [Restaurant review for Forte in Birmingham]
OU splits two at Classic, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Redshirts win Open, by Dustin Frucci. p. B5. [Athletics: Cross Country]
College Football, by Dustin Frucci. p. B5. [Commentary]


2004-09-15  [v. 31, no.04]

Retiring professor goes out with $500,000 bang, by Crystal Allen. p. A1. [Charter Professor creates Richard Burke Visiting Scholar in Religion, Philosophy and Society Endowment]
Students skip out on panel, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A1. [September 11 remembrance event]
OUSC awards parking, by Brendan J. Stevens and Libby Baker. p. A1. [OUSC Student of the Month Parking award]
Teacher questions process, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Professor Robert Goldstein heading campaign to institute overhaul of administrative assessment process]
Students, parents & gov. pay tuition, by Vera Marzoug. p. A3. [Identity formation during college years]
Students sign up for volunteer work, by Pam Avoledo. p. A3. [Volunteer Fair brings 20 organizations to campus for volunteer opportunities]
724 OU students register to vote, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Voter Registration Week]
In Short, by Roqaya Ashmawey. p. A3. [Walking 10,000 steps, ACS Relay for Life, Hispanic celebration through September, Tours for prospective students, First-year transition Workshop, Important dates]
Pachyderm pair's fate in limbo, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A5. [Detroit zoo closing elephant exhibit leaving it's inhabitant's Wanda and Winky in need of a new home]
Owners say proposed tax is no small change, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [City of Ferndale proposes "Dimes for Good Times" a tax plan for alcohol]
Prices fall after record highs, by Laura Angus. p. A5. [AAA study of gas prices and students reaction]
Opening the lines of communication. Staff editorial. p.A7. [Information sharing across all campus offices and departments encouraged]
Self-awareness defines conception of diversity, by Gloria Sosa. p. A7.
Did Kobe Bryant's fame get his case dropped?, by Tracy Estes and Dustin Frucci. p. A7. [Point/Counter Point]
Freshman Flashback, by Adesina Wheeler. p. B1. [Mary Beth Snyder, Vice President of Student Affairs shares her memories of her freshman year at Western Michigan University]
'Hero' restores tradition, by Dustin Frucci. p. B1. [Movie review]
OU howls with clever Hammond, by Andrea Welt. p. B1. [Comedian Darrell Hammond of "Saturday Night Live" on campus]
'Bo's' food bars delight, by Andrea McNinch. p. B3. [Restaurant review of Bo's Brewery & Bistro]
Cruise prevails in cold blood killer role, by Nicole Beattie. p. B3. [Movie review of "Collateral"]
Scott reveals human side, by Michael Williams. p. B3. [Album review of Jill Scott's new release "Beautifully Human- Words and Sounds Vol.2]
Walk of Fame may star Tony the Tiger, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B4. [Madison Avenue Advertising Walk of Fame Icon Contest]
Grizzlies defeat Orange, by Chris Archibald. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Wiese dominates, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Mid-Con Conference News, by Dustin Frucci. p. B5. [Athletics]
Sports commentary, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5.
OU sets up for Mid-Con, by Davel Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Cline and Fecek Run-Fit at UDM, by Dustin Frucci. p. B6. [Athletics: Cross country]
Celebrity Golf, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Ryder Cup Champions Invitational]
Detroit Lions - Fact or Fiction, by Dustin Frucci. p. B6. [Commentary]


2004-09-22  [v. 31, no.05]

Road work slows drive, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Road construction in Auburn Hills at the intersection of University Drive and Squirrel causing slow drives for students]
Contention marks Fest, by Tara Fugate. p. A1. [First Freedom Festival on campus held by the College Republicans]
Stricter screening desired, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Included in OUSC meeting were complaints from students who attended the Freedom Festival regarding the keynote speaker, Robert Spencer other business included Student of the Month Parking, new printing policies, discussion on bill 05-10 tabled, Brittani Hobbs approved to SPB Executive Board, approval of new members to the Disciplinary Committee and the Steering committee and approval of SPB guidelines]
Diversity still an issue at OU, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A1. [BOT meeting hear report on diversity initiatives and encourage University Diversity and Compliance to think outside the box to attract a more diverse pool of candidates]
Cavitities overload, by Allison Brunner. p. A3. [College students and dental health]
Witnesses: practicing what they preach, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall ministry on campus]
Flying, crawling bugs "visit" dorms, by Laura Angus. p. A3.
City slogan approved, by Rachael Barnett. p. A5. [Port Huron granted state trademark for slogan "Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes"]
Pets parade for a cause, by Roxanna Rives. p. A5. [2004 Mutt March]
"Holy Trilogy" Return of the box-set, by Dustin Frucci. p. A5. [Star Wars trilogy release]
City journeys back in time, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Northville's 16th annual Victorian Festival]
Public focusing on wrong issues. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Presidential election candidates unfortuneately undergo personal scrutiny instead of focus from the public of important issues]
Career Services office lends a helping hand, by Robert Thomas(Director, Career Services) and Denise McConkey (Job Development Coord.). p. A7.
SIFE helps build future, by Virginie Perov. p. B1. [Students in Free Enterprise organization main focus is working with disadvantaged children to teach them practical skills and motivation to stay in school]
Dilly Deli is a doozy, by Andrea McNinch. p. B1. [Restaurant review for Dilly Deli, Auburn Hills]
'Resident Evil' loses the game, by Andrew Dupont. p. B3. [Movie review]
'Paparazzi' fizzles, by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review]
'Sky Captain' soars, by Beth Vannoy. p. B3. [Movie review for "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow"]
Star Wars Trivia, by Dustin Frucci. p. B4.
Bring on Mid-Con, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Ellsworth: Player of the Week, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Student Patricia Ellsworth earns Player of the Week title]
Frezza wins Spartan Invite, by Dustin Frucci. p. B5. [Athletics: Cross country]
Owners dropped the puck, by Kyle Magin. p. B5. [Sports commentary]
Volleyball wins a pair, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
OU drops pair, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
College football analysis, by Dustin Frucci and Brendan J. Stevens. p. B6. [Sports commentary]


2004-09-29  [v. 31, no.06]

Flow causes flood, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Flooding in student apartments caused by sprinkler failure]
Aid changes needed, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Tuition bills sent out before students with financial aid receive funds causes problems for some]
New ice cream eatery opens, by Sheila Kostowny. p. A1. [Cold Stone Creamery opens near campus]
Printing fees anger students, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Students with complaints over new printing fees speak at OUSC meeting]
Library for visually impaired celebrates 30 years, by Rachael Barnett. p. A1. [Oakland County Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired celebrated 30 years of service]
Love doc advises, by Stacy Balas. p. A2 [Second in series about identity formation during college years]
DNX & OU partner up, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A3. [DNX Tuner Tour]
Surgeon General visits OU campus, by Nicole Beattie. p. A3. [Michigan's Surgeon General, Kimberlydawn Wisdom participated in Wellness Week on campus]
Chocolate: once feared, forever savored, by Blythe A. Simmons. p. A3. [CSA sponsored "Lunch & Learn" event called "History of Chocolate"]
In Short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [OU enrollment increases, OC bookstore runs out of scantrons, UGS gives $21 million to OU]
Students sign up, by Tara Fugate. p. A3. [Raising voter awareness among college students]
Out-of-state voters have choice, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Voting by absentee ballot]
Voting and sex, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Votergasm.org campaign]
Moore: Slackers will decide, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Michael Moore and "Slacker Uprising Tour" encourages those who normally don't vote to do so]
Has the U.S. grown out of the Electoral College, by Elizabeth Gorecki and Libby Baker. p. A7. [Point / Counter Point]
Graduate finds bright side despite difficulties. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Adam Neal, former Post Editor and his news experience in Florida after a hurrican]
Only the voters lose with debates. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Unfortuneately debates are often scripted and a candidates appearance is what matters]
Prof. Appleton: A legend retires, by Beth Vannoy. p. B1. [Professor Sheldon Lee Appleton retires after 44 years of teaching at OU]
Greek families grow again on campus, by Allison Brunner. p. B1. [Greek soriorities on campus during recruitment week]
'Wimbledon' serves well, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B3. [Movie review]
'First Daughter': Runner-up in a played out plot, by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review]
Forget 'The Forgotten', by Andrew Dupont. p. B3. [Movie review]
Reliving life in the burbs, by Luise Bolleber. p. B4. ['The Secret Life of Suburbia' on exhibit at Meadow Brook Art Gallery]
OU extends winning streak, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer team]
Grizzlies win in OT, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's soccer team]
Tennis team falls to IPFW, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's tennis]
Give Harrington some time, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Detroit Lions commentary]
Grizzlies beat Ladies, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Hockey splits two with Flyers, by Kyle Magin. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's hockey]
Men finish 5th, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's and women's golf teams]


2004-10-06  [v. 31, no.07]

Experts give advice, by Allison Brunner. p. A1. [Political analysts James Carville and Mary Matalin give lecture on campus]
Rally for equal rights, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A1. [First annual Equal Rights Rally at Oakland]
OU, Rochester work together, by Karl Buchman. p. A1. [City of Rochester and OU have enacted programs and events to build closer ties]
OUSC takes stance, by Libby Baker and Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [OU Student Congress adopted resolution to urge students to vote 'No' on Proposal 2]
Future is now for solar power, by Michael Williams. p. A1. [Student apartment community house re-shingled with solar electric shingles]
Hispanic month ends, by Anthony Martinez Beven. p. A3. [First in series on diversity: Defining Hispanic]
Hispanic Traditions, by Stacey Balas. p. A3.
Students impress employers, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Career Fair]
A-E-I-O-U: avoid conflict, by Krystle Czajkowski. p. A3. [Seminar for college students on dealing with conflict]
Hypnosis: gain control, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3.
In Short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. ["History Comes Alive", Heart walk raises $2 million, OU's Upcoming Events]
Group focuses on help, hope, by Blythe A. Simmons. p. A5. [Troy Community Center (TCC) hosted Focus: Hope's Commodity Supplemental Food Program to assist low-income seniors]
Frat fire safety examined, by Julie Wojciechowski. p. A5. [Fire at University of Mississippi frat house cause for examination of OU's Greek houses]
Dome may be home to team again, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Detroit Super Bowl Committee considering use of Pontiac Silverdome for practice venue of American Football Conference (AFC) champions]
Cities say no to signs, by Rachael Barnett. p. A5. [Laws on displaying political yard signs]
OUSC Resolution 05-05: Proper or problematic?, by Elizabeth Gorecki and Brendan J. Stevens. p. A7. [Point / Counter Point]
OU celebrates equality with Coming Out Week, by Sara Crampton. p. A7. [Coming Out Week celebrated at OU]
Tatttoo tips, Tracy Estes & Virginie Peroy. p. B1.
Daily heroes light up the screen, by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review of "Ladder 49"]
Interpol's new album offers many moods, by Dave Phillips. p. B3. [Music review and concert schedule for the band Interpol]
Great voices net crowds, by Ashley Wohlgemuth. p. B3. [Movie review of "Shark Tale"]
Play fignts intolerance, by Virginie Perov. p. B4. [Performances in the Varner Studio Theater of "The Laramie Project" by playwright Moises Kaufman is based on the true story of Matthew Shepard]
Club starts season 3-0, by Anthony Stack. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's club ice hockey]
Volleyball hits the road, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
OU soccer shuts out UT Rockets, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Flag football is gaining popularity, by Heidi Roman. p. B5. [Athletics: Flag football league]
Winning ways continue, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Everyone's playing Fantasy Football, by Dustin Frucci. p. B6.
Pistons talking repeat this year, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Sports commentary on Detroit Pistons]


2004-10-13  [v. 31, no.08]

Registration drive flops, by Libby Baker. p. A1 . [Some of the students who participated in OU's voter registration drive did not get registered; the reason why is under investigation]
Profs agree Kerry will be victor, by Allison Brunner. p. A1. [Political science professors Peter Trumbore and David Dulio participated in a panel discussion concerning the first presidential debate and both speculated Senator John Kerry winning the election]
BOT meets via telephone, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A3. [October 6 Board of Trustees meeting]
Partnership will bring funds, scholarships, by Laura Angus. p. A1. [Credit Union One branch opens on campus]
Depression could surface in college, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [National Screening Day at OU]
Students come out at OU, by Lizabeth Dueweke. p. A3. [Events held during Coming Out Week 2004]
Electoral College loses luster, by Allison Brunner. p. A3. [Professor Todd Estes gives lecture on campus for History Comes Alive Series]
News in short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [SBC gives $100,000 to OU Program, Russi discusses university issues, Donating to help hurrican victims, Ramadan Fast-a-thon]
Detroit 'Paradise' lost, but could be regained, by Roxanna Rives. p. A5. [African Town proposal]
Kmart sells to Sears, by Tracy Estes. p. A5.
Group steps up for health, by Adesina Wheeler. p. A5. [America on the Move (AOM) declares Nov.5, 2004 National America on the Move Day]
Superman was truly super man. Staff editorial. [Tribute to actor Christopher Reeve]
Candidates must address hidden costs, by Silvio Laccetti. p. A7. [Rising cost of food cause for concern]
Trendy grows into manly, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B1. [Identifying things that make a guy metrosexual]
Homegrown artist releases first album, by Michael Williams. p. B1. [Album review of local artist Tamara Bedricky]
Football reigns, by Andrew Dupont. p. B3. [Movie review of "Friday Night Lights"]
Voice falls short, by Ashley Wohlgemuth. p. B3. [Movie review of "Raise Your Voice" starring Hilary Duff]
Dip into Detroit's salsa scene, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. B3. [Local bars and nightclubs featuring salsa nights]
New game slam dunks, by Dae Phillips. p. B4. [Review of new video game ESPN NBA 2K5]
Cougars outlast OU, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Men's soccer team drops first Mid-Con game, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Williams OU's top finisher, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's cross country]
Stuard top golfer in entire conference, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Golf team]
Lions are anti-Hollywood, by Dustin Frucci. p. B5. [Detroit Lions commentary]
Perry learns from pros, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Former men's soccer player Jason Perry goes professional with Syracuse Salty Dogs of the United Soccer A-League]
OU dominates the Westerwinds, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Meet starts off season, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Swimming and diving teams]


2004-10-20  [v. 31, no.09]

Student voters assured: Your ballots will be valid, by Brendan J. Stevens & Libby Baker. p. A1. [Students who signed-up during campus voter registration drive will be able to vote]
Groups show Grizzly spirit, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Week of Champions (WOCOU) event with student organizations parade]
Blood drive coming to OU, by Allison Brunner. p. A1.
Proposed change to OUSC bylaws fails, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Proposal 2 bill is defeated]
Supplier UGS donates $30.2 million to benefit students, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [UGS grant to provide expanded career opportunities for OU's School of Engineering and Computer Science students]
Academic indiscretion cheating cases on rise at OU, by Anthony Beven. p. A3. [Annual report of Academic Conduct Committee noted a record increase of 38 percent in the number of cheating cases]
Several OU professors shared their experiences on students cheating in their classes, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Professors Jan Eberwein, Anthony Cataldor and Susan Wood give accounts of cheating cases]
Event planner discusses trade, by Lizabeth Dueweke. p. A3. [Alum Carol Galle spoke about her career as a event planner and her business Special D Events at the invitation of the OU AMA]
Truth of OU's myths revealed, by Allison Brunner. p. A3. [Event on campus to celebrate Matilda Dodge Wilson's 121st birthday with guest speakers Professor Richard Stamps, Lt. Mel Gilroy and Associate Curator of MBH Brandy Hirschlieb]
News in short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [New dean appointed in School of Health Sciences, OU alumna wins medals in Athens, OU students can help make a difference, OU commemorated Jewish life in America]
Rocktoberfest helps Fla., by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [Bullfrog Bar and Grill hosts charity event for victims of Florida hurricane]
Walk raises insight, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Crittenton Hospital Fifth Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in Rochester]
Vaccine vacancy, by Virginie Perov. p. A5. [Shortage in flu shots in country]
Endangered zebra born, by Rachael Barnett. p. A5. [Grevy's Zebra born at the Detroit Zoo]
Towers may be on the rise, by Roxanna Rives. p. A5. [City of Auburn Hills proposes plan to build two 10-story financial towers]
Youth vote will play vital role in election, by John S. Klemanski. p.A7.
Is the government in charge of providing an economic safety net?, by Joe Culik and Brian Koss. p. A7. [Point/Counter Point]
Freshman flashback, by Sheila Kosztowny. p. B1. [Interview with Glenn McIntosh, Dean of Student Life on the topic of his freshman year of college]
Blank clashes, by Sheila Kosztowny. p. B1. [Meadow Brook Theatre production "Art"]
'Speed Dating' gets off to slow start at WOCOU, by Nicolae Crisan. p. B1. [WOCOU event hosted by the Center for Student Activities]
Hail this 'Taxi', by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review]
Puppets satirize politics, by Andrew DuPont. p. B3. [Movie review of "Team America: World Police"]
'Shall We Dance', by Ashley Wohlgemuth. p. B3. [Movie review]
Frank Black revisits past, by Dave Phillips. p. B4. [Record review of album "Frank Black Francis"]
Netters lose a pair, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Grizzlies defeat the Spartans, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Gold teams excel this fall, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Golf teams]
Caminiti death a wake-up call, by Kyle Magin. p. B5. [Sports commentary on death of National League baseball player Ken Caminiti]
Women take on Big Ten, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Hall of Honor greets seven, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Hollie L. Lepley Hall of Honor inductees: Kristen Naglekrk Barnwell, Carl Boyd, Ellen Lessig Cook, Kevin Kovach, Kelli Krajniak Parker, Eric Taylor, Paul Hartman, Glenn McIntosh, Joy James Williams and Rob Causley]
Club Hockey defeats Lakers, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Hockey]
Swimmers win relays, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Swimming and diving teams]


2004-10-27  [v. 31, no.10]

War is 'good copy' for media industry , by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Relationship between news media and politics]
Proposal talks still dragging, by Libby Baker and Allison Brunner. p. A1. [Student Congress and Proposal 2]
Despite reports, sex is safe in Detroit, by Tracy Estes. p. A1. [Data on STDs reported in Men's Fitness Magazine outdated and not accurate]
Writers take the stage for charity, by Adesina Wheeler. p. A1. ['Rock Bottom' Remainders set to perform at Clutch Cargo's in Pontiac to benefit the Inside Out Literary Arts Program]
Political Science prof retires after 44 years, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Sheldon Appleton gives Last Lecture at retirement dinner]
Students geared up, ready to vote, by Anthony Martinez Beven. p. A3. [Presidential election]
Panel discusses economy, by Anthony Martinez Beven. p. A3. [Campus panel discussion on current political election issues]
Britons want say in U.S. elections, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [England's Guardian newspaper heading anti-Bush campaign targeting voters in Clark County,Ohio, a swing state]
America's domestic policy - the past four years, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Quotes from President Bush and political highlights]
Election 2004 wrap, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3.
Vote 2004, Bush, Kerry battle for MI, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Prop. 1, 2: What they say & mean. p. A5.
Voting 101, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Know your voting machine. p. A5.
The power of silence, by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5.
Election 2004 Special Students make a case for each presidential candidate, by Joe Culik, Charity Jones and Michael McGuinness. p. A7.
Young voters could influence election. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Presidential Election 2004 demographic of potential voters ages 18-24]
For the record 2004. Oakland Post staff. p. A8. [Voters guide for presidential candidates, George W. Bush and John Kerry]
Local haunts dress to chill, by Adam Bark. p. B1. [Halloween attractions in Pontiac Erebus andThe Realm of Darkness]
'Singled Out' casts double win, by Allison Brunner. p. B1. [Alpha Sigma Tau (AST) event]
Sorority aims to help community, by Mary McKay. p. B1. [Zeta Phi Beta's five members continually participate in community volunteer projects and events]
Dance moves, by Andrea McNinch. p. B3. [Eisenhower Dance Ensemble (EDE) and New York City's Amy Marshall Dance Company (AMDC) are performing together in "On the Move" at Varner Recital Hall on October 30]
Have a 'toasty' breakfast, by Andrea McNinch. p. B3. [Restaurant review of "TOAST: A Breakfast & Lunch Joint" located on Woodward in Ferndale]
Horribly funny, by Andrea Welt. p. B3. [Movie review of 'The Grudge' starring Sarah Michelle Gellar]
OU shuts out UMKC, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Tourney hopes still alive, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
Dreams do come true, by Brandan J. Stevens. p. B5. [Sports commentary on Boston Red Sox]
Title defense to begin, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's and women's swimming and diving teams]
Volleyball snaps losing streak, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Golf teams defeat Titans in match play, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's and women's golf teams]
OU Club Hockey, by Oakland Post staff. p. B6. [Athletics: Hockey]


2004-11-03  [v. 31, no.11]

America is waiting, by Libby Baker. p. A1. [Presidential election 2004]
Author hits home run with lecture, by Anthony Martinez Beven. p. A1. [Second Annual Distinguished Lecture in the Humanities guest speaker author Doris Kearns Goodwin]
Student voters divided, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Presidential election 2004]
Tension causes OUSC to cancel, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Meeting cancelled due to controversy over Proposal 2]
Clinton River Review, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Concerns and challenge to purify Clinton River]
Learn how to love your body, by Lizabeth Dueweke. p. A3. [Campus Recreation program "Love Your Body"]
Students observe hand-washing, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Bio 307 - Introduction to Human Microbiology conducted pre-survey across campus on hand washing]
OU students fast to raise money for Oakland County Food Bank
, by Julie Wojciechowski. p. A3. [Fast-a-thon sponsored by the Muslim Student Association (MSA) and the Honors College Student's Association (HCSA)]
News in short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [President makes stop at OU, Flu shots available at Graham Health Center, Traveling exhibit from Germany makes stop at OU, Important dates/ Express orientation and registration]
History growing as a hobby, by Kathleen E. Larrabee. p. A5. [October 2004 officially proclaimed Family History Month by Gov. Jennifer Granholm]
Ash Borer Horror, by Allison Brunner. p. A5. [Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) killing trees in southeastern Michigan]
Parking lot gets new look, by Sheila Kosztowny. p. A5. [Retail development called "City Walk" planned for corner of Rochester and Tienken roads]
Editorial. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Student Congress controversy and division amongst members over Proposal 2 unfortunate]
World patrimony suffers loss, by Andrea McNinch. p. B1. [Benefit concert at OU Varner Recital Hall to help rebuild Anna Amalia Library located in Weimar, Germany]
Meet Sumeera Younis, by Michael Williams. p. B1. [Student planning trip to Pakistan to do research and raise awareness on mental illness]
Double venue hosts single theme, by Luise Bolleber. p. B3. [Meadow Brook Art Gallery exhibit "Passage, Inference and Surface" and Meadow Brook Theatre's production "Art"]
'Saw' redeems genre, by Andrew DuPont. p. B3. [Movie review]
The Dears invade the U.S., by Dave Phillips. p. B4. [Review of band's latest studio release, "No Cities Left"]
OU splits pair of thrillers, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Women's volleyball]
Swimmers win opener, by Dana Utz. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's and Women's swmming and diving teams]
Hockey on hot streak, by Kyle Magin. p. B5. [Athletics: Men's hockey]
Williams top Grizzly at Mid-Con Championship, by Dave Pemberton. p. B5. [Athletics: Senior Luke Williams 11th place finish helps OU's men's team finish 4th overall in the 8K race]
Titans have no mercy, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Wildcats tame Golden Grizzlies, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
OU finishes sixth at Mid-Con, by Dave Pemberton. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's cross country]


2004-11-17  [v. 31, no.13]

Search continues, by Allison Brunner. p. A1. [OUSC meeting agenda included campus computer hacking, problems with Chartwells food in OC and snow and ice removal on campus]
T-shirts serve as an alert, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Women's Issues Forum held "Clothesline Project" in OC to raise awareness about violence against women]
Debate rolls on, by Karl Buchman. p. A1. [Panel discussion composed of political science professors, Dave Dulio, Peter Trumbore, John Klemanski and history professor Don Matthews discuss outcome of presidential election and other world politics]
Grizzlies ousted in opener, by Dana Utz. p. A1. [Athletics: Men's soccer]
Relayers raise $44K for cancer research, by Allison Brunner. p. A3. [Relay for Life fundraiser held on campus]
Preventive measures to decrease risk of cancer, by Michael Williams. p. A3. [Second article in a series about health issues that concern college students]
Proposed budget plans awaiting board's approval, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [November 3 BOT meeting]
News in short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [OU partners with AAA, Teaching human genetics, OU presents 2004 alumni awards, Leadership Institute application deadline, Important Dates]
Motown sees stars, by Natasha Johnson. p. A5. [Filming "The Island" in Detroit]
Detroit's rebirth stars at the heart, by Kathleen Larrabee. p. A5. [Efforts to improve city of Detroit]
Palace starts season with new makeover, by Allison Brunner. p. A5.
Cities keep quiet, by Tracy Estes. p. A5. [Noise ordinances in local communities]
Triumph over bipolar disorder, by Tara Fugate. p. A5. [Lizzie Simon, author of "Detour: My Bipolar Road Trip in 4-D" coming to Dearborn for forum on the mental illness]
Group seeks tire expiration dates, by Brandon Glatfelter. p. A5. [Petition by Safety Research and Strategy (SRS) group brought to NHTSA]
A time of thanks and giving. Staff editorial. p. A7. [Invitation for students to participate in Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) Adopt-A-Senior program this Thanksgiving]
Courtly games cheer gallery, by Natalie Fisher. p. B1. [Varner Studio Theatre production of "She Stoops to Conquer" a restoration play]
Student soldier is back in school, by Breanne Kopson. p. B1. [Student Geoffrey Hampson shares some experiences of his time as a soldier in Iraq]
'Smoke Signals' exhales humanity, by Andrew DuPont. p. B3. [Movie review]
Chris Eyre speaks to OU, by Virginie Perov. p. B3. [Award winning director presents his first feature movie "Smoke Signals"]
Punch of Fun, by Adam Bark. p. B3. [Movie review of "The Incredibles"]
Halo saga might continue, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B3. [Video game review of Halo 2 for Xbox]
No "Encore" for Slim Shady, by Tracy Estes. p. B5. [Album review of Eminem's latest release]
Expectations are high for experienced squad, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Senior forward leads in her own way, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B6. [Athletics: Spotlight on Women's basketball player Amanda Batcha]
Grizzlies can't top Crusaders, by Dave Pemberton. p. B7. [Athletics: Women's soccer]
OU sets pool records, by Dana Utz. p. B7. [Athletics: Women's swimming and diving teams]
Cross Country ends season at Regionals, by Dave Pemberton. p. B7. [Athletics: Men's and women's cross country teams]
Kampe looking to bring back true Oakland style, by Dave Pemberton. p. B8. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Ishmeal lacks size, not heart, by Dave Pemberton. p. B8. [Athletics: Spotlight on men's basketball player DeMarcus Ishmeal]


2004-12-01  [v. 31, no.14]

Retiring professor will stay involved, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A1. [Journalism professor Neal Shine retires]
IT program may fill void, by Kimberly Schultz. p. A1. [Proposal for a Bachelor of Science program in Information Technology discussed by OU Senate]
OUSC talks about dorms, by Allison Brunner. p. A1. [Racial segregation in the dorms and student apartments discussed at November 29 meeting]
Out-of-pocket tuition drops, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A1. [Report released by the Presidents Council; State Universities of Michigan average student pays 45 percent of nominal tuition and fees]
U.S.: Containing Iraq turns into occupation, by Allison Brunner. p. A3. [Weldon C. Matthews, assistant professor of history guest speaker at History Comes Alive Series sponsored by History Department]
Media slacks in responsibility, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. A3. [Kathleen Hall Jamieson, author of "The Press Effect: Politicians, Journalists and the Stories that Shape the World" guest speaker on campus]
Job Doc: how to get the job, by Blythe A. Simmons. p. A3. [Post interview with Career Services Center director, Robert Thomas]
News in Short, by Roqaya Eshmawi. p. A3. [Disability workshop to increase awareness, Cinema to open on campus, Film night to discuss politics and society, Important dates]
Top stories, compiled by Elizabeth Gorecki. p. A5. [National and global headline making news]
Is the Internet a good place to find a date?, by Allison Brunner and Brendan J. Stevens. p. A6. [Point/Counterpoint]
Veteran Postie says her goodbyes, by Tracy Estes. p. A7. [Farewell column]
OU ends up being the right decision, by Virginie Perov. p. A7. [Farewell column]
Shortage has helped educate, by Joanne Talarek, Director, Graham Health Center. p. A7. [Influenza facts and advice]
College sports provide haven
. Staff editorial. p. A7. [OU basketball games great alternative to attending Pistons games]
Top 10 Christmas movies, by Dustin Frucci. p. B1. [Reviewers' opinion]
Racing for a cause, by Allison Brunner. p. B3. [Seniors Lucy VandePutte and Heather Haney participants in American Stroke Association (ASA) organized event; P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon]
Talent covers walls, by Luise Bolleber. p. B3. [Meadow Brook Art Gallery current exhibit "Super-Sized - Drawn to Completeness"]
Taking part in "Black Friday", by Dustin Frucci. p. B3. [Satire]
Holiday cheer is welcomed, by Julie Wojciechowski. p. B3. [Winter Wonderland event hosted by Center for Student Activities]
Stefani has 'No Doubt', by Andrew DuPont. p. B4. [Music review]
Piggott leads Grizzlies to Odwalla Classic title, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Women look to continue win streak, by Brendan J. Stevens. p. B6. [Athletics: Women's basketball]
Swimmers set for championships, by Dana Utz. p. B6. [Athletics: Mid-Continent Swimming and Diving Championships hosted at OU]
Grizz Gang gives advantage, by Aaron Walker. p. B7. [Athletics]
Penalties costly, by Dana Utz. p. B7. [Athletics: Men's club hockey team]
Diener leads Marquette to victory over Grizzlies, by Dave Pemberton. p. B8. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Schedule is deceiving, by Dave Pemberton. p. B8. [Athletics: Men's basketball]
Men's Basketball Notebook, by Dave Pemberton. p. B8. [Athletics: Men's basketball]


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 


 

 



 

 

 





 

 

 


 









 


 

 

 



 

 

 

 





 



 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 




 

 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2004-9-1  [v. 31, no. 2]

Sudden resignation, by Laura Angus, p. A1, [Vice President for Finance and Administration steps down from the position.]
Grizz ID headline goes here, by, by Laura Angus, p. A1, [Student get use to new Grizzly IDs.]
Food and fun return, by Tracy Estes, p. A1, [Pontiac hosts its annual Arts, Beats and Eats festival.]
Broncoes top Grizzlies in double overtime, by Dave Pemberton, p. A1, [Women's soccer team is defeated by Western Broncoes.]
BOT freeze, by Roqaya Ashmawey, p. A1, [The Board of Trustees approves a freeze on capital projects for 90 days.]
Smoking banned in residence halls, by Libby Baker, p. A3.
It's time for a vaccine, by Roqaya Ashmawey, p. A3, [College students staying in the residence halls should get meningitis shot.]
OUSC gives $$$ back to students, by Roqaya Ashmawey, p. A13, [Oakland University Student Congress plans out the budget for the fall and winter semesters.]
Bush looks at local issues, by Elizabeth Gorecki, p. A5, [President George W. Bush visits Michigan during his campaign for president.]
Concert for a Cause,by Nicole Beattie, p. A5, [A concert is put on by popular rock groups in honor of a group determined to stop the re-election of Bush.]
Citizens get CERT-ified, by Libby Baker, p. A5, [Oakland County teaches its citizens how to be prepared in case of a fire or medical emergency]
Student government has big year planned for you, by Michael McGuinness, p. A7, [Oakland University Student Congress members are effective at their job duties and look forward to serving the Oakland University campus.]
Should U.S. gymnast Paul Hamm give back the gold?, by Brendan Stevens, p. A7.
OU graduates speak to freshmen, by Pamela Avoledo, p. B1, [ OU graduates give incoming freshmen advice on how to make the best out of their first year.]
"Golf: The Musical" tees off MBT season, by Virgine Perov, p. B2, [The Meadow Brook Theater premieres with the comedy "Golf: The Musical."]
FNL brings the Buzz to OU, by Virgine Perov, p. B2, [The Friday Night Live program continues in the residence halls for this year.]
Greek way of life sprouts on campus, by Elizabeth Gorecki, p. B2, [The different Greek organizations that Oakland University has to offer.]
OU chapter of Golden Key receives national award, by Blythe Simmons, p. B3, [Golden Key International Honor Society received an award for meeting Golden Key standards.]
Out to prove themselves, by Dave Pemberton, p. B4, [Athletics: The volleyball team looks to prove itself against the low expectations set for them.]
Dream team? Bronze more of a nightmare, by Gary Baker, p. B4, [Team USA does not live up to its winning reputation in the World Olympics.]
Going for third straight crown, by Dana Utz, p. B4, [Athletics: Oakland University Men's soccer team is deemed as the team to beat in the Mid-Con.]

 


2004-9-8  [v. 31, no. 2]

BOT names new leader, by Pam Avoledo, p. A1, [The Board of Trustees gets a new leader, Penny Crissman.]
Construction season begins, by Kristin Sommer, p. A1, [Construction continues into the school year on many of the highways students take to get OU.]
OU abides by state's mandate, by Tracy Estes, p. A1, [OU along with Michigan's 14 other public universities follow the state's tuition mandate in order to receive a reduced cut.]
Panhandle throttled, by Adam Neal, p. A1, [Florida's coast suffers from Hurricane Frances.]
Grizzlies split weekend with pair of 2-1 games, by Dana Utz, p. A1, [Men's soccer team played in the Fullerton Soccer Town Classic.]
Services close: No more quick calls, "Copy Stops" before class, by Adesina Wheeler and Roqaya Ashmawey, p. A3, [Copy Stop,closes after continued annual losses affected its services.]
First week's turnout higher than expected, by Laura Angus, p. A3, [ Starting before Labor Day had little effects on student attendance the first week of classes.]
Students Welcomed Back, by Robert Yunker, p. A3, [Events and rewards in honor of Welcome Week.]
Big bucket may be history, by Pam Avoledo, p. A5, [The KFC big bucket sign in Birmingham may have to come down as a result of city ordinance on signs.]
Michigan's Medieval Magic, by Laura Angus, p. A5, [The many entertainment venues that the Renaissance Festival has to offer.]
Set a life saving record, by Rachael Barnett, p. A5, [The Red cross hosted its annual blood drive at The Palace of Auburn Hills.]
Should musicians be part of Vote for Change effort?, by Nicole Beattie and Libby Baker, p. A7
'Feels Like Home' at MBMF', p. B1, [ Norah Jones and The Handsome Band perform at the Meadow Brook Music Festival.]
Genius could shine, by Howard Cohen, p. B1, [Review of CDs by various artists.]
'Without a Paddle' is still afloat, by Andrea Welt, p. B3, [Review of the movie 'Without a Paddle'.]
Forte's forte is superb service, by Andrea McNinch, p. B3, [Review of the restaurant Forte.]
15th 'Real World' to take place in Philly, by Cary Darling, p. B4,
OU splits two at Classic, by Dave Pemberton, p. B5, [Athletics: Women's soccer team defeats Marquette.]
ESPN-25: Best and Worst, by Matt Marrone, p. B5, [Highlighting the best and worst moment on ESPN in honor of its silver anniversary.]
Redshirts with Open, by Dustin Frucci, p. B5, [Athletics: The cross country team's redshirt members won in the opening match.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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