The Oakland Post 2021-11-24

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Defending Home Court; Golden Grizzlies women’s basketball snagged their first conference victory against Robert Morris at home ; SAFAC Struggles: Student body president battles OSI over use of tuition dollars ; OU has Talent: SPB packed The Habitat full for this year’s student talent show ; O'rena Victory: Men’s basketball sends Toledo Rockets speeding back to Ohio ; University denies Post’s FOIA request concerning John Beaghan’s retirement ; It’s unclear how increase in university’s net position will benefit students ; Student Body President concerned over OSI spending SAFAC dollars ; OU Has Talent crowns winner, draws large audience turnout ; Over 500 students participate in annual OU Day of Service ; Learn about and experience Chanukah at upcoming JSO event ; Chartwells hosts “Thank-ful” event to fight food insecurity ; Pre-Law Club and Alpha Sigma Tau host 1920’s prom fundraiser ; Men’s basketball speeds past Toledo, 80-59 the final ; OU introduces Taiwan study abroad program ; OUWB students promote awareness of gender disparities ; OU hosts Afghan Women’s Festival to spread awareness ; Women in Business presents Women in the FBI panel ; Administrator response to Oakland Post net position article ; CVS drops Supreme Court case, victory for disability ; The legacy of Halo: Infinite’s multiplayer has potential ; Silk Sonic releases debut album to universal acclaim ; Volleyball’s season comes to end in Horizon League quarterfinals ; Ohio State blows out Michigan State in pivotal Big 10 matchup ; Women’s basketball falls to Youngstown State in conference opener ; Women’s soccer coach Juan Pablo Favero proud of team growth ; Women’s basketball snags first conference win



Women's basketball, Oakland University. Student Organizations. Student Activities Funding Board, Administrative membership changes, FOIA requests, Budgets, Volunteerism, Community service, Chanukah, Food insecurity, Fundraising, Men's basketball, Study abroad program, Women, Disability rights, Women's volleyball, Women's soccer