The Oakland Post 2003-04-02



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Oakland Sail, Inc.


Parks named president ; Students take affirmative action support to D.C. ; Former employee files suit against OU ; Most university boards favor openness ; Russi addresses Congress ; Pay off overdue fines; help Food Bank ; IN THIS ISSUE ; OU bleeds to save lives: Blood donations may go to Iraq ; Red Cross seeks donors for bone marrow registry ; Defeating challenges ; Walking for kids: Club holds walk-run-skate for disabled kids ; BOT Spotlight ; Crime Watch ; Country urged to snooze: Sleep Awareness Month promotes rest ; Hussein was once given key to Detroit ; OU student helps deliver newt baby: Luck of the Irish brought baby girl on St. Patrick's Day ; GLOBAL GLANCE ; Global goof ; Penny drive's goal to stretch 500 miles ; Point - Counterpoint: Now that the war started; should people still protest? Yes ; FEATURED COLUMNISTS 'Winter doldrums' nearly over ; Editorial: Openness; perseverance pay off ; Letters to the editor: Student has problem with online voting system ; Websites give students sneak peek at professors ; OUPD calls on cadets' help ; Putting on dancing shoes ; Rec locks in ; Moving day nears ; Wanted: apartment ; OU rapper in limelight ; Rock OU's socks ; 'Monologues' return ; Grizzlies make history ; Temperature; not expectations; rising ; Baseball continues to win: Pitching carries men in sweep ; Women's club hockey finishes year in fourth ; OU tennis shutout at cluster ; Club lacrosse falls against tough foes ; Men notch two ; Grizzlies finish eighth ; Student Spotlight Jonathan Parks ; CAPTAIN RIBMAN: In Oscar Fever ; OU says: Where is the best place to study on campus? ; Crossword ; Grizzly Sports Calendar ; THE LOW DOWN ; Student AFFAIRS: Updating OU



Oakland University. Student Congress, Elections, Affirmative action, Oakland University. Board of Trustees, Open meetings, Blood drives, Oakland University Police Department, National championships, Women's swimming and diving, Men's swimming and diving