The Oakland Post 2021-11-17

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Victory Over the Horizon: Golden Grizzlies men’s soccer defeats Cleveland State and clinches its spot in the NCAA tournament ; Sex Ed Trivia: Grizzlies for Choice host event to inform students on health ; Bouncing Back: Women’s basketball secures their first win of the season : Healthcare Convo: Abdul El-Sayed talks to us about healthcare and politics ; Grizzlies for Choice enhance students’ sexual education ; OUWB students receive awards from American College of Physicians ; WXOU presents Lyons and Unknown Neighbors for mainstage ; Students volunteer in America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade ; Leadership and Volunteer Center to host annual OU Day of Service ; Th!nk it LOUD spreading positivity and compassion ; Graphix OU organizes food drive and hosts holiday card decoration event ; English/Creative Writing Department hosts Career Night ; Midterms feature historic successes in Michigan, Democratic setbacks ; Women’s basketball defeats Niagara for first win of season ; A conversation with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed about health disparities ; Is TikTok shrinking students’ attention spans? ; Looking Back: ASL’s rocky road to recognition at OU ; Local advocate Ashley Rapp works to end period poverty ; ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is out and I’m not fine at all ; ‘You’ season three has the most toxic relationship yet ; Federal vaccine mandate usurps state and judicial power ; Men’s soccer advances to the Horizon League Championship Game ; Men’s basketball pulls off early season upset over OKST ; Intercollegiate sports roundup Nov. 7-14 ; Women’s basketball drops season opener to Toledo ; Volleyball loses fifth straight, stumbles into conference tournament ; Volleyball falls to Wright State in then fourth straight loss ; Men’s soccer crowned kings of the Horizon League



Men's soccer, Regional championships, Sexuality, Women's basketball, Health care, Oakland University. William Beaumont School of Medicine, Awards, Oakland University. Student Organizations. WXOU, Volunteerism, Community service, Food drives, Career fairs, Elections, Health care disparities, Attention, American Sign Language, Menstrual equity, COVID-19 vaccines, Men's basketball, Women's volleyball