The Oakland Post 2002-02-06
The Edge ; Winter credit hours low ; Computer worm tears through OU: 'My Party' short-lived ; Late decision to cancel made snow day disaster ; Madison trial ends with guilty plea; sentencing set for March 5 ; An inside look at D-Town ; Assistant OU professor to speak at library ; Storm hits campus: Icy conditions; snow cause more accidents ; Economic state of union ; African-American Celebration calendar ; Area heating costs on the rise ; Are gurus too good to be true? ; Green House grows dissent ; Rep brings message of involvement to OU ; John Walker Lindh indicted; US may sign nuclear weapons treaty with Russia ; Editorial: Big snow; big problem ; Letters to the editor: School closed too late for 8 am classes ; On the Street: What do you think should be done with the Silverdome? ; Vietnam; '66 Corvettes; POW bracelets are heirlooms of history ; Galleries; DIA ; St. Mary's keys to good day in Detroit ; Detroit's clubs; restaurants; bars await the willing ; Detroit's bad reputation refuted ; Booze busters: Cures for the common hangover ; It's a family affair for local band ; Student Affairs: Updating OU ; Grizzlies back in hunt after successful road trip ; Patriots are America's new team ; Weekend sweep for club hockey; hope for ACHA tournament invite ; New heights reached at Planet Rock ; Swimmers close with easy victory ; Women climb Mid-Con ranks with fourth straight ; Mid-Continent Conference standings ; Grizzly of the Week: Sarah Judd
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