The Oakland Post 2017-09-13
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Play ball! Athletics' falls season kicks off with women's soccer; club football; volleyball and more ; 9-11. Remembering The Oakland Post's coverage of the attacks in 2001 ; "It" Returns. Stephen King's horror blockbuster sees a 2017 remake ; Chief of Diversity. Glenn McIntosh steps into a new role for Oakland ; Looking back at Sept. 11 2001; Ahoy maties! SPB hosts its annual carnival in style: Wrapping up Welcome Week with tropical; tasty and Caribbean fun ; Oakland welcomes new Bioethics Society: Students will be discussing issues of controversy in regards to medicine and health care fields ; The resident assistant experience of on campus living ; Hillary Clinton's view on "What Happened": Former first lady discusses problems she faced during her presidential campaign ; A contemporary response to "Paris is Burning': Simon Albaugh discusses the detailed documentary about transgender youth in Harlem New York ; "Tulip Fever" falls flat despite star-studded cast ; The "IT" factor ; Club Sports highlight: Winter Guard ; First-ever charity flag football game ; Keeping the streets SAFE: Oakland University's Police Department has joined the program to make our campus SAFE ; Graham Health Center partakes in annual flu challenge: Oakland University hosts the fourth year of state-wide initiative to encourage young people to get vaccinated ; Oakland University alum is a journalist on paper; storyteller at heart: Irum Ibrahim; 23; worked for The Oakland Post and now serves as a contributor for the Huffington Post ; There is a new chief in town: Glenn McIntosh; VP of Student Affairs; is the new chief of diversity officer here at Oakland ; Varner Hall's Lab demonstrates a "World Without Ice": Collaborative exhibit that displays the impact of climate change; earth's history with musical instruments featuring water as main element ; Police Files: Hamlin and the Hippie Lettuce ; Peeping Tom spotted on campus ; A Pink iPhone; Two shoelaces; and a business card ; How to fail a class in your first semester