The Oakland Post 2003-04-09
Students honored for community involvement ; Feeling rhythm ; Winter blast cripples campus ; CSA's photo contest kicks off Monday ; Women's safety focus of annual rally ; Crowds; congestion lead to car damage ; Auxiliaries run in red ; Cart serves up java for Kresge ; Prevention education: Students learn about wellness at World Health Day ; Med lab sciences gives scholarships Program tries to draw attention to major ; Crime Watch ; Highways stay clean: Adopt-A-Highway program continues to keep streets free of debris ; CD-ROM displays reality of drinking ; Gas masks become important to citizens ; Month dedicated to assault awareness ; GLOBAL GLANCE ; Editorial: BOT responsible for lawsuit ; Point - Counterpoint: Should U-M win its affirmative action case? Yes ; Letters to the editor: Reader disagrees with Post's lawsuit ; Area night life hot in summer ; International treats come to campus ; Laughing last with Friday Night Live ; Student club teaches ancient martial art ; Softball turns it around: Women start off Mid-Con season on a roll ; Helms is an All-American ; No worries for stumbling Pistons ; Baseball falters ; Tennis ends season ; Grizzlies take down rival Spartans; 17-10 ; Winter-like conditions limit spring activities ; GRIZZLY SPOTLIGHT: Emily Minnich Senior Women's golf ; Student Spotlight Kenton Lewis ; CAPTAIN RIBMAN in Tele-Visions ; Grizzly Sports Calendar ; Crossword ; OU says: What's your favorite place to hang out on the weekend? ; THE LOW DOWN
Alfred G. and Matilda R. Wilson Award
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