The Detroit News and Oakland Press covered former Secretary of State Madeleine Alright’s Oct. 14 lecture at OU.
Stem Cell Conference
The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Oakland Press, MedicalNewsToday.com, hometownlife.com and MetroModeMedia.com reported on the panel discussion held at OU examining the controversy surrounding stem cell research.
Congressional Candidate Forum
The Oakland Press and Observer-Eccentric reported on a forum hosted at OU featuring the 9th district Congressional candidates, including incumbent Republican Joe Knollenberg and Democratic challenger Gary Peters.
Suburban Lifestyles announced the recipients of this year’s OU Alumni Awards.
The Oakland Press noted the OU School of Business Administration's plans to confer an honorary degree upon global business leader Narayana Murthy.
The Rochester Post and WWJ Newsradio950 reported on a three-day conference at OU titled “Peak Oil Community Solutions,” a collaborative effort to establish energy-efficient ways of living.
The Observer-Eccentric reported on the transparency forum held at OU. The forum examined how government agencies spend taxpayer dollars.
Global Leadership Conference
The Detroit Free Press announced the OU School of Business Administration’s conference on global leadership in an evolving international marketplace.
Brooksie Way Half Marathon
The Oakland Press, Suburban Lifestyles and MetroModeMedia.com covered the success of the Brooksie Way Half Marathon. A total of 4,000 runners competed in the race.
OUCARES Center Stage Film Premiere
The Detroit Free Press and Oakland Press reported on OUCARES Center Stage Film Premiere, featuring a short film put together at OUCARES film camp for autistic children over the summer.
Coming Out Week
The Detroit Free Press announced the “Remembering Mathew Shepard: A Call to Erase Hate” event held at OU in support of “National Coming Out Week.” The Oakland Press announced all of the events for “Coming Out Week” at OU.
Women and Gender Studies Film Festival
Suburban Lifestyles reported on the upcoming Women and Gender Studies film festival, which will examine how gender issues impact the electoral process in contemporary American society.
The Oakland Press noted the International Conference on Romanticism, an event featuring presentations from leading experts in the field.
Maurice Brown Poetry Reading
The Observer-Eccentric and Suburban Lifestyles announced the annual Maurice Brown Poetry Reading, featuring critically-acclaimed poet Albert Goldbarth.
City Management Panel
The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press reported on the “Running a City in the 21st Century” panel discussion, in which city leaders spoke about the contemporary challenges involved in public administration.
Garden Club Garage Sale
The Oakland Press, Suburban Lifestyles and Observer-Eccentric featured articles on a garage sale fundraiser in support of the Meadow Brook Hall Garden Club.
The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press announced the open practice for the Detroit Pistons practice held in the O’Rena.
Murder by Poe
Suburban Lifestyles announced the performance of “Murder by Poe” to kick off the season at Meadow Brook Theater.
A Nightmare on Elm Street LIVE!The Oakland Press announced OU Theater students’ performance of “A Nightmare on Elm Street LIVE!"