Keeper of the Dream
The Michigan Chronicle’s front page included a feature article on the Keeper of the Dream Awards Celebration keynoted by Harry Belafonte. The article also appeared on the Michigan Chronicle Web site. Suburban Lifestyles reported Rochester resident Ronee Harvey’s receipt of a scholarship.
African American Celebration
The Oakland Press and Suburban Lifestyles listed OU’s African American Celebration events, held in honor of Black History Month.
Dyson v. Dyson
The Dyson v. Dyson debate was covered by the Detroit News.
The Oakland Press included an extensive preview of the lecture by historian Thomas Sugrue, part of OU’s African American Celebration.
The Oakland Press previewed the SON’s lecture on the HIV/AIDS epidemic among African Americans.
The Diverse Voices conference was previewed in Suburban Lifestyles.
Women’s History Month
OU’s calendar of Women’s History Month events was published in the Royal Oak Daily Tribune and the Rochester Post.
The SBA’s annual Gorlin lecture, this year featuring Werner Baer, was previewed in the Oakland Press and Suburban Lifestyles.
From Bonaparte to Bush
Juan Cole’s lecture was previewed in Detroit Auto Scene.
Image and Text
Suburban Lifestyles included a feature article on the Image and Text faculty art exhibition at OUAG.
Chekhov in Yalta
The Free Press featured MTD’s production of Chekhov in Yalta. The Down River Voice featured Ryan Falchek, an OU theatre major and Chekhov in Yalta cast member, in an article about his acting success.
Meadow Brook Ball
The Rochester Post included a photo montage of the Meadow Brook Ball.
The ERL’s six-week Chinese Culture and Language Workshop was previewed in the Eccentric and Suburban Lifestyles.
Brooksie Way Half Marathon
The Eccentric included an editorial about the Brooksie Way Half Marathon, to start and finish on OU’s campus in October.
OU’s performance of the Vagina Monologues was previewed in Suburban Lifestyles.
Shakespeare Behind Bars
Suburban Lifestyles published two extensive follow-ups to OU’s Shakespeare Behind Bars event.
A call for submissions to the Absinthe Festival of New European Film and Writing, sponsored by Oakland University and held on campus, appeared in Suburban Lifestyles.
Revolutionizing Cultural Identity
The OUAG show “Revolutionizing Cultural Identity” was announced in the Eccentric.
The lawyer for a Guantanamo detainee, Doris Tennant’s appearance at OU was previewed in the Eccentric.
The reading by author Kellie Wells was announced in the Free Press.
Naomi Wolf’s lecture was previewed in the Free Press.