The Oakland Post 2004-03-10
OU community mourns again: Student struck by car while crossing Walton ; SAFB gives WXOU static ; OU men's club hockey team: Mission accomplished ; Med lab students: Scholarships are available ; OUSC blocks hockey funds ; Weaving the web without wires ; Grads reach record ; Area students speak out ; Art gallery celebrates 40 years ; School of Ed. offers new Ph.D. program ; Legal lecture ; Police Beat ; Mall tour a success ; No men allowed ; Personal plates pose problems ; Global Glance ; Editorial at a glance ; Picking the next student leaders ; Talk Back OU responds to The Post and events around campus ; Can't find a job? Hypothesis as to why ; Should the death penalty be reinstated in Michigan? ; Taking care of business ; Individual Honors ; Swimmers receive bids to NCAA meet ; Weather; EKU slows baseball ; ON TAP @ OU ; OU one and done at Mid-Con tourny: Valparaiso University; postseason; still have men's number ; Shooting fails women in opening round loss ; 40 years exposed: Meadow Brook Art Gallery presents "40 Years of Collecting: 75 Masterworks from the Oakland University Art Collection" ; Visit OU "Casino" ; Celebrate Chinese culture on campus ; Spring into style ; Eugenides' "Middlesex": coming of age in Detroit ; 'Twisted' conveys less than a thrill ; Student Spotlight Meet LaToya Hearn: OU sophomore has a big heart when it comes to helping students ; HOROSCOPE ; Crossword ; THE LOW DOWN
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