The Oakland Post 2007-05-16
The Summer Issue: THIS MONTH 05.16.07 ; STAFF EDITORIAL Private sector needs to step up on behalf of public education ; A new beginning for student congress ; Christian leader Dobson needs to open his narrow mind - or shut his mouth ; OUSC takes action ; Donations fuel OU's growth ; Spring brings the same old shade of orange to OU's campus ; Career Services staff waits for new leadership ; NEWSBRIEFS: Science and engineering ; POLICE FILES ; Underwater summer classes: Scuba diving lessons offered locally and at OU ; Get your fill of dirt and gears: A guide to local mountain bike trails ; BEACH GUIDE Sand + water = happiness ; Conquer the wake: Local clinic can show how to spend your summer getting air ; Local art extravaganza: Indie crafters to sell goods in Royal Oak ; Laughing summer blues away: Comedy clubs a fun option for students ; Bored with the same old sports bar?: The Post serves up new ideas for game night ; Shear Madness ; Softball takes second place honors ; Back of the pack: Track finishes sixth in finals ; Mid-Con no more: Conference to have new name ; OU Hockey Files ; Still 'Hockeytown'? ; Hot n' sporty fun in the sun ; Post suffers try outsome fun ways to pass that time ; Driving Range ; Batting Cage ; Summer blockbusters ; the EX ; Rip-offs by the gallon: Road trip in jeopardy because of gas prices? Cut back on the Aquafina ; Wrinkles don't stop rockers: Recent concerts will prove age discrimination in rock 'n' roll music is ridiculous
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