The Oakland Post 2021-10-13

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Homecoming Heart-stopper: Men’s soccer’s thrilling comeback win against Cleveland State last Saturday ; Ora's Donation: President Pescovitz gifts $1 million toward scholarships ; Contract Finalized: New faculty contract is official, professors distrust admins ; A Healthier Y(OU): Taking care of your mental health at this stage in the pandemic ; Dr. Pescovitz gifts $1 million dollars to fund scholarship for future leaders ; AAUW hosts menstrual product drive to end period poverty ; Faculty contract finalized: faculty, admin relationship still strained ; OU equestrians to raise team awareness through cornhole fundraiser ; Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with ‘In the Heights’ ; OUSC special election: how to vote, meet the candidates ; Crafts with a Purpose makes a positive impact in OU community ; Mentalist Duo turns skeptics into believers at Thursday Night Mainstage ; OU fights hard in four sets for Homecoming victory over UIC ; Golden Grizzlies Lead: Black Lives Matter workshop ; OU alumni capturing Black experience through art ; OU’s Association for Women in Communications’ chapter ; ‘A Grizzly’s Guide to a Healthier Y(OU)’: COVID-19 and Mental Health ; OU alumnus researches economics of marijuana legalization ; Speculations on Taylor Swift changing ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ release date ; ‘Sex Education’ season three perfects the high school drama ; Volleyball swept by Milwaukee in clash of Horizon League titans ; Pistons power past Spurs in preseason opener ; Men’s soccer takes home Homecoming win ; Volleyball rallies to beat Green Bay ; Women’s soccer takes down Cleveland State in rainy affair



Men's soccer, Pescovitz, Ora Hirsch, Gifts, Scholarships, Menstrual equity, Union contracts, Faculty, AAUP contracts, OU Equestrian Team, Hispanic Heritage Month, Oakland University. Student Congress, Elections, Crafts with a Purpose, Women's volleyball, Black Lives Matter movement, Association for Women in Communications, Mental health, COVID-19 pandemic, Marijuana, Detroit Pistons, Men's soccer, Women's soccer