The Oakland Post 2016-04-13
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Farewell; Felder: Junior guard declares for NBA draft; leaves historical mark on Oakland University's basketball program ; Grading Scale: Changes to be made to university's system ; Professor Druin: Oakland University professor wins humanitarian award ; Spring soccer: Men's and women's seasons conclude ; Gap between administration; students needs to be bridged ; The Real Deal: Strength to practice compassion ; A better yOU: A fond farewell from OU ; Police Files: Stolen car and narcotics ; Stolen identity ; Grizzlies on the prowl "How will you be spending your summer? ; Political focus: The retirement crisis and social security ; Sexual assault awareness brought to the forefront: Organizations hold events to acknowledge the issue; provide resources to students during awareness week ; New grading system pending approval for fall 2017: If passed alpha numeric scale will be adopted across ; RHA Sibling Weekend success despite snow ; STEM fields are for girls: Org hosts panel to discuss gender stereotypes ; Queens are sashaying their way to OU soon: Annual Drag Show expected to draw large crowds again ; Fraternity members shave for St. Jude ; Saying farewell to Felder ; A Legacy to remember ; Future in the NBA? ; Bizarre interview questions explained ; Health sciences professor wins humanitarian award ; Meadow Brook Theatre announces Children's ; Movie Spotlight: Everybody Wants Some!!: Stars of movie visit Oakland to discuss filmmaking process and college life in 1980 ; 10 ways to get through finals week ; Top Tunes ; Album Spotlight ; Yaks of the Week ; Golden Grizzly recuperates after Brussels attack ; Golden Grizzlies tie with Michigan State: Women's soccer team ends spring season with tournament; reflects on year as a whole ; Men's soccer crushes Saginaw 5-1: Team concludes spring season; successful year ; Running with the best: Girodat and Davis book it in Florida: Alongside tough competition; rising track and field stars make progress; stay on track for Horizon League Championship ; Student-athletes promote literacy in the community
Grading systems, STEM, Women, Greek letter societies, Literacy