The Oakland Post 2017-01-11
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Change in Michigan: Minimum wage raised to $8.90 per hour; will catch up to OU's $9.25 minimum in 2018 ; On the Hunt. Presidential search committee holds open forums Jan. 10-11 in the Oakland Center Banquet Rooms ; Police Business. Reports show a decrease in officer recruits across Michigan; including state police and OUPD ; Leading Team. Men's basketball (4-0) gets two wins on the road against UIC and Valparaiso ; Looking back: Professor offers perspective on communism in China ; Survive and thrive with OU Resources: Stay academically strong with various helpful locations on campus ; Presidential search forums continue ; Police Files: Yes; you do have to listen to the police ; North Hamlin drinker ; Minimum wage has been increased throughout state: Michigan has 15th-highest minimum wage in U.S. ; 'The Magic Flute' brings opera to OU stage: Famous opera with music from Mozart to be performed ; Floral exhibit blooms to life: "Hiberna Flores" on display at OUAG in Wilson Hall ; Bond; James Bond to gamble at Casino Night ; Police recruits decrease across state; country; Oakland campus: Wage; job security concerns may cause potential officers to reconsider joining law enforcement ; Our to name new building after Drew Carey ; No-show prof; students dismiss class themselves: Instructor misses first day thinking semester starts next week ; Breaking: Roommates struggle to get along ; 'La la Land' steals the show; musical delivers on all fronts l Review of 'A woman Looking at Men Looking at Women': Siri Hustvedt's book examines connection between science; art ; Drew's Review: Music to look forward to in 2017 ; Political Focus: State bathroom bills ; Second-youngest state rep. encourages involvement in government ; First loss for women's basketball: UDM rivalry heats up conference paly ; Men's basketball breaks league; program records ; Men's basketball adds coaches: After Saddi Washington and Dionne Phelp's departure; OU hires some new blood
Minimum wage, Oakland University Art Gallery, Oakland University Police Department, Presidential searches