The Oakland Post 2020-07-29

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Drive-in commencement honors 2020 grads ; An atypical graduation was decided upon to follow state guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic ; Skateboard study: Oakland University student research shows impact of early injuries ; Horizon League: Fall sports competitions will be delayed until at least Oct. 1 ; Concerns forum: Updates about the fall semester including, housing, internships and financial support ; Looking Back: 2011 Planned Parenthood causes controversy, protests on campus ; OUWB's "The Kaleidoscope Project" promotes inclusivity, support for all ; FYAC strives for success amid COVID-19 ; Student congress fights for no-class, no-test election days ; The impact of shopping locally during the COVID-19 pandemic ; Meadow Brook Hall to reopen grounds for tours, lawn activities ; Bioengineering program sees growth after first year ; Oakland Center reopens, prepares to welcome students this fall ; Political focus: Spikes in COVID-19 can send us back to quarantine ; Netflix’s “365 Days” teeters between misogyny and marketable ; Juice WRLD brings the pain with album, “Legends Never Die” ; Gracie Abrams is one to watch with heartbreaking EP “minor” ; Cross country, soccer, volleyball start date delayed until at least Oct. 1, Horizon League announces ; Breanna Perry rediscovers her love of basketball at OU ; Counseling Center moves to HHB, launches programs ; Trump administration reverses international restrictions ; Campus life, COVID-19 relief addressed at July concerns forum ; Offensive videos circle around campus, results in fired employee



COVID-19 pandemic, Commencement, Inclusion, Elections, Medical research, Meadow Brook Hall, Oakland University. School of Engineering and Computer Science, Oakland University. College of Arts and Sciences, Bioengineering BS, Oakland Center, Quarantine, Graham Counseling Center, Racism