The Oakland Post 2017-03-15



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Oakland Sail, Inc.


Discovering Oakland ; Branding strategist firm brought in to help pinpoint OU's identity ; Pay Up. Tuition due date changes to three weeks before classes start ; Listen Up. Ed Sheeran's new album smashes Spotify records ; Layup. Comeback victory by men's basketball in NIT tournament ; University presidential searches meet Michigan Open Meetings Act ; New tuition due date; cancellation policy set to become effective fall 2017 semester ; The 'OU human': Dartlet workshops aim to strengthen marketing ; March in March begins Women's History Month: President; provost sponsor International Women's Day event ; Student-athletes; Housing search for middle ground: Concerns arise that apartment; dorm policies too similar ; How to react in an active shooter situation ; A perspective on the Gavin Grimm case ; OU's going to the dogs ; Islamic Awareness Week promotes understanding ; Levenson family drama makes Michigan debut ; Dealt a quick end; Gold Vibrations look forward toward a bright future ; Paint the town gold: Company looking for students with artistic drive ; Panel discusses physician-assisted suicide ; Political Focus: Congressional Republican introduce 'Obamacare' replacement bill ; There's disorder in the Supreme Court: Fallout from Justice Antonin Scalia's death still felt in the political world; despite campaign promises ; After year off the grid; Sheeran releases 'perfect' new album ; 'Logan': A cruel; powerful comic-book film; Drew's review: Lil Wayne continues to reach new lows ; Adderall kingpin on academic probation ; History in the making: Songs from unpaid interns ; Tyler Janish returns to Golden Grizzlies baseball ; Basketball alum retires from pros ; Oakland shocks Clemson in first round of NIT ; Athletics host first trivia night ; Expectations high for new head women's soccer coach



Open Meetings Act, Branding, Marketing strategy, Women's history month, Active shooter training, Leader Dogs for the Blind, Religions, Gold Vibrations, Suicide, Student activities