The Oakland Post 2014-11-05

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Oakland Sail, Inc.


A LIBRARIAN LOVED AND LOST ; thisweek ; PHOTO OF THE WEEK ; BY THE NUMBERS College voting edition ; Editorial STAFF EDITORIAL Don't rely on the classroom ; Perspectives Letter to the Editor: Greek life is not to be mocked ; Campus Grizzlies on the Prowl: "Are you voting? Why or why not?" ; POLICE: Alleged assault and battery in dorm ; Campus Rock4Rights registration fails: OUSC apologizes to students after voter registration mishap ; Campus Canvassing reshaped: Politicians gather data; build relations with voters ; Campus New position; new goals ; VP looks forward to broadening reach; awareness; and contributions for OU ; Gold medalist credits successs to black and gold ; Campus It's all in your headphones ; Students get groovy 70s style with 21st century flair ; Reaching out to the world beyond: UNICEF has a vision that far outstretches campus life ; ANIMATION NATION ; Life The legacy of a beloved librarian ; OU remembers Frank Lepkowski for his passion for learning; life; Bob Dylan ; Remembering a life devoted to truth; wisdom ; Life GSC not only 'Warming Up America' but warming hearts ; Gender and Sexuality Center project helps youth in need ; Life POP quiz: How much do you really know about Kresge Library? ; TOP 10: WXOU's albums of the week ; Puzzles ; Mouthing Off SATIRE My Jekyll always Hydes ; Sports 'Why didn't I make it my issue?': Former quarterback Don McPherson advocates feminism in everyday life - here are nine things one OU athlete took away from his speech ; Women's soccer savors sweet redemption ; After much give and take; OU triumphs over Cleveland State ; Sports Tipping off with a roar ; Men's basketball exhibition games give great start to season ; Sports Grizzlies tie Wright State; move to second place ; Sports Grizzly swimmers prove unsinkable ; Horizon League Standings ; THE SPORTING BLITZ: OU Football Club



Lepkowski, Frank J., Memorials, Oakland University. Gender and Sexuality Center, Student activities