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"Women's Studies Speaker's Series begins Oct. 4"
(Oakland University, 2001-09-28)
"Oakland University's first Women's Studies Speaker's Series lecture is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 4, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Oakland Center's Lake Huron Room."
"Campus electrical interruptions rescheduled"
(Oakland University, 2001-08-30)
"Due to unforeseen problems with underground conduits, the two rounds of electrical power interruptions that were to take place on campus Thursday, August 30, have been rescheduled for Friday, August 30."
"COM 101 helps freshmen connect with OU"
(Oakland University, 2001-10-26)
"Oakland University students who take Collegiate Communication (COM 101) not only build friendships and become more exposed to university culture, they also develop communications skills and begin to explore academic and ...
"OU hosts Health Careers Jobs Fair Oct. 24"
(Oakland University, 2001-10-22)
"Oakland University is hosting the Health Careers Jobs Fair Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 2-6 p.m. in the Oakland Center Gold Rooms"
"WOCOU celebration most successful yet"
(Oakland University, 2001-10-17)
"The seventh annual Week of Champions at Oakland University (WOCOU) was the most successful one yet, said Jean Ann Miller, director of the Center for Student Activities."
"Attacks discussed on Day of Understanding"
(Oakland University, 2001-09-25)
"To honor those who lost their lives, suffered injuries or experienced emotional trauma and to promote discussion among OU students, Tuesday, Sept. 25, was designated as 'A Day of Understanding: Search for Harmony through ...
"Associate vice president for development hired"
(Oakland University, 2001-08-29)
"Oakland University officials recently announced the appointment of Timothy J. Broderick as associate vice president for development"
"College fairs feature OU admissions"
(Oakland University, 2001-09-17)
"Future students can find out what Oakland University has to offer by attending one of almost 50 college fairs in Michigan and Ohio. OU admissions advisers also will be on hand during three national college fairs in Michigan ...
"OU students, staff, alumni learn about Islam"
(Oakland University, 2001-10-30)
"OU students, staff, alumni and friends learned about Islam and what it shares with Christianity and Judaism during a volunteer project at a mosque. The event was one of Oakland's monthly Spirituality in Service programs, ...
"MBT presents Agatha Christie play"
(Oakland University, 2001-10-12)
"A devilishly exotic tale by the mistress of mystery will unfold Oct. 17 through Nov. 11 at Meadow Brook Theatre when Michigan's largest professional theatre company presents Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile."