The Oakland Post 2019-12-04
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Christmas satires discuss cliché movies and the season’s most unbearable songs ; Graham Health Center short-staffed, cuts outreach programs ; Gold Vibrations: A cappella group announces 10th anniversary concert ; Handling the holidays after losing a loved one ; Electric scooters will come to campus by March ; OU awarded grants to maintain archives, special collections: The National Endowment for the Humanities supports university efforts to preserve artifacts ; Voting challenge encourages community student involvement ; OUWB student identifies barriers in prescribing opioids ; CETL Learning Tips: A pomodoro for procrastination ; PACE director receives UPCEA leadership award ; Biology student, nicknamed ‘Uppercase A,’ earns highest GPA in department ; Political science professor receives citizenship after 20 years in U.S. ; Transgender Day of Remembrance panelists talk support vs. tolerance ; ‘Frozen 2’ plays it safe, but is still full of magic ; Maggie Schneider competes in NCAA Championship ; Junior soccer player earns All-Horizon League First Team ; Gouard named Freshman of the Week
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