The Oakland Post 2020-09-23

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Recreation Center reopens after six months: Rec Center introduces additional safety precautions to welcome students back ; Panel focuses on immigrant communities affected by COVID-19 ; Picking up where Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg left off ; Swim teams start practice in Rec Center after unconventi[on]al summer ; Letter from the President: Get the facts, make the right choice ; UndocuFund shows COVID-19 impact on illegal immigrant communities ; OUWB summer internships go virtual ; SVP, SAFB host Marvel themed trivia night ; Green Bandanas combat mental health stigmas ; New Board of Trustees member returns to alma mater ; Wilson Hall renovation underway ; Rare books librarian connects with students ; Professor publishes book about lost ballet ; The U.S. Census needs an update to ‘race’ section ; OU partners with Detroit Institute of Music Education ; Eight tracks inspired by the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement ; Our lives are tragic -the death of RBG is not ; Men’s basketball 2020 schedule up in the air ; Swim team alters routine to adjust to loss of Rec



Recreation Center, COVID-19 pandemic, Immigrants, Internships, Mental health, Oakland University. Board of Trustees, Wilson Hall, Spunaugle, Emily, Ballet, Community partnerships, Black Lives Matter movement, Ginsburg, Ruth Bader