The Oakland Post 2016-10-19

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Oakland Sail, Inc.


Head in the game: NCAA declares Army veteran Isaiah Brock eligible to play three weeks before season opener ; Leadership. Women's Leadership Institute conference to be held Nov. 4 ; Ballot. What to expect on election day this November ; Streak. Club football continues undefeated season at 5-0 ; Looking back: The murder of Tine Biggar: Student researching sex workers goes missing ; Questions welcomed at Graduate Open House ; Hispanic Heritage Month wraps up ; New public relations major up for review: The program would initially accept 30 applicants per year ; Police Files: Marijuana use in Hamlin Hall: Disorderly conduct near the OC ; Increasing inclusivity on campus: Transgender speaker will be brought to OU to share experiences; promote understanding at colleges ; Guest psychologist speaks on relationship between life experiences; subjective well-being ; 'Matilda Talks' created for female leadership: New program aims to share research; provide open discussions ; Matilda R. Wilson Day ; Panel held during Hispanic Heritage Month discusses immigration push; pull factors ; What to expect on the ballot this November ; Center for Michigan holds Community Conversation on campus; informs voters ; For the love of puppies: Fraternities hold charity event for Canine Companion Rescue Center ; Make a Difference Day 2016 ; Grizz Art initiative to showcase creativity of Oakland students: Work to be displayed in Kresge; Grizz Cash prizes available ; Prepare to throwdown at the SPB Hoedown ; Rochester Hills Public Library to host zombie walk: Participants in costume will walk through downtown; Paint Creek Trail on Oct. 26 ; Political Focus: K-12 education reform plans ; Coming out on campus: Comin Out Monologues provide perspectives from LGBT+ students; debunk common assumptions ; Drew's Review: Top 10 rapper performances in movies ; Getting out rights right: Two areas of neglect: The purpose of our rights and the precedence of certain rights ; Kresge Library to offer convenient banking services ; Matt Dery joins men's basketball broadcast: Longtime Detroit sports man to be color commentator ; NCAA approves appeal to let Isaiah Brock compete ; Football club takes down undefeated Ohio State ; Volleyball loses in three sets during pink out ; Volleyball defeats Milwaukee: Golden Grizzlies win match after five sets ; Women's soccer rallies in the second ; Men's soccer breaks through slump in game at Milwaukee



Graduate study, Transgender, Women, Wilson, Matilda Rausch Dodge, 1883-1967, LGBT+, Kresge Library, ATM, Automated teller machines