The Oakland Post 2003-03-26



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Oakland Sail, Inc.


War hits home: Campus community responds to conflict ; OU student offers support for families ; Making a difference ; Dean's office rewards community involvement ; Post files suit against BOT ; D.C. trip canceled ; Nursing names new head ; In this issue ; Representation grows: Diversity increases as more out-of-state; international students come to OU ; Turn candy into cash ; M&M raffle offers scholarships ; Getting creamed ; OU hopefuls visit campus ; Grant supports disease research ; Crime Watch ; Venues give discount ; Mysterious tree memorial found by man ; Sheriffs Department receives equipment ; War protests break out at universities ; GLOBAL GLANCE ; Editorial: War sentiment shifts ; Point - Counterpoint: Should the U.S. be at war in Iraq now? ; Letters to the editor: Reader wonders if Post has double standard ; FEATURED COLUMNISTS Reparations argument is legitimate ; Horror hits stage ; Nickels & Dimes ; Jamming in jammies ; Pranks galore ; De-stress with Residence Halls ; Strike a pose ; OU's fountain to open for spring ; Entertainment New King adaptation; 'Dreamcatcher;' disappoints ; Ward ends OU career ; Men in elite group ; Club sports all guts; no glory ; OU splits in home opener ; Rain shortens golf action ; League tournament up next: Women's club hockey finish regular season in fourth ; Club lacrosse rally falls short; 14-10 ; Club curling finishes well at nationals ; Detroit shows no mercy ; GRIZZLY SPOTLIGHT: Nicole Marzano Sophomore Pitcher ; Student Spotlight My-lshia Cason-Brown ; THE LOW DOWN ; CAPTAIN RIBMAN is Viva la France! ; Grizzly Sports Calendar: Games shaded in gray denote home contests. Records and standing in bold denote Mid-Con. Records and standings in italics denotes league ; Crossword ; OU says: What did you think about the Oscars? ; Student AFFAIRS Updating OU: 2003 Sidney Fink Memorial Awards and 2003-2004 Commuter Involvement Awards



Anti-war movements, Oakland University. Board of Trustees, Open Meetings Act, Affirmative action, Diversity, Eye Research Institute, Grants, Saints and Sinners