The Oakland Post 2012-10-03



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Oakland Sail, Inc.


DEVOTED TO A CAUSE ; this week ; FIRE BY THE PARKING STRUCTURE ; SOCCER IMPROVES TO 6-3 ; BY THE NUMBERS ; What happens on campus should stay on campus ; Go over the top to avoid underemployment ; Even during an 11-year high in the underemployment rate; there are still opportunities for those willing to work ; Be a part of the solution to parking; not the problem ; Recent survey doesn't show true student sentiment. ; Campus Taking the opportunity ; OUPD creates campaign to put an end to theft ; HOUSING UPDATE ; Students begin building 'The Wall': Students create new OUTV show to air on TV; Marijuana Possession ; Reinvented in time for WOCOU week ; Re-allocation of SPB funds changes number of events ; Breaking down stall walls: Students; faculty push for gender-neutral restrooms ; Kickball for Kidneys ; Depression: Stopping illness in its tracks: To Write Love On Her Arms founder to speak on campus ; Keep 'em. coming ; Oakland accepts highest number of transfers; sees 14th consecutive year of enrollment growth ; Sports Swimming for the gold ; Men's soccer improves record; 6-3 ; Oakland remains atop conference after defeating WIU 5-1 ; OAKLAND SOCCER SCHEDULE ; THE Women's tennis impresses at Wright State Invitational ; The American Sewing Expo takes over Novi's Suburban Showplace ; Home invasion - domestic assault in Royal Oak ; Brooksie Way returns to Rochester Hills ; Annual charitable races return to campus; some compete for the opportunity to give winnings to their favorite organizations ; Where does writing take you? ; 'Demetri Martin. Stand Up Comedian.' ; Barbee's ballad ; Freshman and singer-song-writer Kaitlyn Barbee sings her heart out ; Putting music in motion ; Artists-in-residence win MTV Video Music Award for collaboration on Skrillex music video ; I can't bear the wait any longer



Brooksie Way, Oakland University. Board of Trustees, Oakland University Police Department, Weekend of Champions, Gender, Depression, Transfer students