Romance, comedy and classical music will be combined in "The Magic Flute" by Oakland students studying opera.
The opera is directed by Drake Dantzler, a professor and opera program coordinator, and will be open to the public Jan. 12, 14 and 15.
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"Magic Flute" is scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12.
On the first of the year, Michigan’s minimum wage was raised from $8.50 to $8.90 as the second installment of the Workforce Opportunity Wage Act (Act 138) passed through state legislature, which outlines a sizeable increase each year from 2016-2018.
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The minimum wage for employees across Michigan was changed from $8.50 to $8.90 on Jan. 1, 2017.
Police departments throughout Michigan, including the state police and even the Oakland University Police Department, are reporting a decrease in officer recruits.
According to Lt. Nicole Thompson, OUPD went through the process of hiring an officer in the fall of 2016 and received approximately 38 ... READ MORE »»
Officer Dwayne Rodriguez (left) and Lieutenant Nicole Thompson (right) chat inside the Police and Support Services building.
Art admirers gathered on Jan. 7 for the opening reception of Oakland University Art Gallery’s latest exhibition, “Hiberna Flores.” The show features the work of photographer Laurie Tennent and installation artist Lisa Waud.
The gallery was transformed for this exhibit.
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The current exhibit at the Oakland University Art Gallery, Hiberna Flores, will be on display until Feb. 19.
Coming off a three-game win streak, Oakland women’s basketball looked to keep the momentum going heading into another Horizon League game on Jan. 7. Oakland ultimately fell to rival University of Detroit Mercy, 80-71. The Golden Grizzlies move to 2-1 in conference play with an overall record of 8-6.
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With 32 points from Rosanna Reynolds (#11), University of Detroit-Mercy beat Oakland 80-71 on Saturday, Jan. 7 at the O'rena.
Charisma. Likability. An ability to tell OU’s story. Problem-solving skills. Passion about student success. A knack for fundraising.
These are all characteristics that the members of the Oakland University community... Read More »
The Oakland Center will be transformed into a full-on casino on Jan. 14 for the Oakland University Student Program Board's annual Casino Night.
With games, food and raffle ticket prizes, students can expect a night... Read More »
For students who are in their first years to those who have senior statuses, Oakland University offers a variety of student services designed to help them thrive academically and stay on track to graduate.
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Whether it’s years or months until commencement, it never hurts to set goals and plan ahead.
Many students feel unsure what to do with themselves after graduation. Career Services at Oakland University is open to both st... Read More »
In 1962, a professor of history at Oakland University gave a World Report lecture on Chinese industrialization. In his lecture, he predicted four things. The first was that China would not likely be “ov... Read More »