The Oakland Post 2003-10-22
Double team: OU and the City of Rochester partner up for opportunities ; Shots fired in P-l Lot ; Rallying for a statue ; Successful season: Music Festival boasts best season to date ; Fall 2004 classes will start earlier ; Students keep dream alive through services ; Rock Financial teaches money tips ; New site features theater's behind the scenes action ; Genome expert to lecture ; Russi addresses Senate; discuss budget ; Money talks at OUSC ; Police Beat ; Drive-in to movies: Silverdome debuts movies in parking lot a month after originally expected ; State bird may change ; Cider mill season peaks in Michigan ; Festival funds down ; Global Glance ; Global goof ; Letters to the Editor ; Featured columnist: Student republican argues political stance ; Editor's View: Who says alumni don't matter? ; Point - Counterpoint: Should Student Congress limit meetings to 60 minutes? Yes ; Women set record: Clinch no less than a share of Mid-Con title ; Soccer finds stride ; Runners gear up ; Netters' woes continue ; Thanks for the memories; Cobras ; ON TAP @ OU: Men's Soccer ; 'Blues' at midnight ; Hockey begins league play ; Swimmers get competition under way ; Poor Boy Music on the rise ; Virgil offers an evening of magic; romance ; Nickelback rocks music world by taking 'The Long Road' ; Costumes make fantasies reality ; 'Hauntfest' is sure to provide chills and thrills ; Six Flags offers frightening festival ; Team player wants to help OU community ; Crossword ; OU Says: What are your Halloween Plans? ; THE LOW DOWN ; Student Affairs Column: Updating You Every Week!
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