The Oakland Post 2018-01-24

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Power to the Polls: The Women's March comes to Lansing's Capitol Hill to rally people of all backgrounds for upcoming midterms ; Abdul Town Hall. Michigan governor candidate speaks with Oakland students ; Casino Night. SPB Titanic-themed event doesn't sink despite OC flooding ; Metro Series Win. Men's basketball takes a victory over UDM in Calihan Hall ; Looking back: Wallaces mysterious bookstore: The former campus textbook hub was closed down after scandal and bankruptcy in the late 1990s ; The faces of student empowerment: Two organizations come together for change ; The Bolivian Revolution comes to OU ; Ecologists-in-training venture to Ecuador ; Second "Ask Ora" approaches: OU President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz wants to know students ; Candidate El-Sayed takes stage at Oakland ; Clothing collection for professional students: Helping students entering the business world to prepare for interviews with suitable attire ; Power to the Polls: The Women's March on Lansing ; Students set sail for Titanic-themed Casino Night ; Pawley Hall goes "Lean": Pawley Hall Institute program gives students benefits; job opportunities; and advice on being lean ; Introducing - Dr. Shumake: OU's new addition to the WRT faculty: How she started off in Virginia and found her way to the classroom at Oakland University ; Take Root hosts dance classes ; Org Highlight: CJ Club ; Lana Del Rey takes over the D ; 'I; Tonya" looks at society through the mirror of blades ; Metro Series Showdown ends with Oakland victorious: The Golden Grizzlies rise to the top once again with their win over UDM ; OU Defender Wilfred Williams drafted by Sporting KC: Williams will leave OU's soccer field for the stadium to play with the professional soccer club ; Get ALL-ACCESS to men's basketball



African American Celebration Month, History Comes Alive lecture series, Pescovitz, Ora Hirsch, Environment, El-Sayed, Abdul, Women, Pawley Hall, Dance, Oakland University. Student Organizations, Men's basketball