The Oakland Post 2003-11-12
One step closer ; Students gain from shortfall ; College fails students ; Future Grizzlies get first bite ; Board examines contracts ; OUSC addresses incidents: Faculty representative resigns ; Arabic focus renewed ; Group for Hindu text ; Literature comes to life at reading ; OU donates to computer labs ; Police Beat ; Medicare goes online ; Global Glance ; Food Bank seeks help ; Woodward looks for a new face-lift ; Parks get repair money ; Letters to the Editor ; Featured columnist Experience counts in tough job market ; Point - Counterpoint: Should Michigan's 10 cents for bottle returns be expanded? ; Editor's View: Valuable lessons come from others ; Editorial at a glance ; College Cup is next: OU women's soccer wins Mid-Con tournament ; Wolverines are OU's NCAA foe ; Mid-Con brings a lot to the table ; Grizzlies clinch top seed ; Mid-Con holds teleconference ; ON TAP@OU ; OU sweeps weekend ; Hockey dominates in wins ; Volleyball still alive in league ; Spartans hand Grizzlies two brutal losses ; Tanning from a can ; Getting personal with the 'Girls' ; Group rocks Clutch Cargo's: Campfire Girls performed in Pontiac last week ; MTD play starts here and now ; 'Matrix Revolutions' disappoints viewers ; Team effort results in band's unique sound ; Many years to come: Student Profile ; Crossword ; THE LOW DOWN ; Volunteering to make a difference: Professional Profile ; Oakland University's Student Affairs Weekly Column UPDATING YOU EVERY WEEK: Graham Health Center
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