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Athletics to fund Motor City Madness tickets, transportation for students

Katie LaDuke, Staff Reporter

Motor City Madness is fast approaching. The Horizon League Tournament for both the men’s and women’s basketball teams starts on Friday, March 3 at Joe Louis Arena and lasts until Tuesday, March 7. All 10 teams in the co...  Read More »

Feb 26

The Blitz: Feb. 24, 2016

Christian Miller, Staff Reporter

Track and field Oakland’s track and field teams competed on Feb. 18 when they participated in the Hillsdale Tune Up at Hillsdale University. Breaking his own school record, Nick Girodat finished first in the 60m in ju...  Read More »

Feb 24

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Life

College students invade the DIA

College students invade the DIA

Shelby Tankersley, Campus Editor

The Detroit Institute of Arts is one of the city’s brightest gems. It had a close call with liquidation when Detroit filed for bankruptcy in 2013, but it has stuck around. The three-floor museum holds art from the likes of Diego Rivera and Vincent van Gog...  Read More »

Feb 19 • No Comments

Local chapter of national women’s organization to give scholarship

Local chapter of national women’s organization to give scholarship

Shelby Tankersley, Campus Editor

The Greater Oakland Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association is looking to give a scholarship and a nomination for a grant to two female students in the area who represent the group’s ideals. Established in 2000, the local chapter  ope...  Read More »

Feb 14 • No Comments

Alumni named in Elite 40 under 40

Alumni named in Elite 40 under 40

Laurel Kraus, Staff Reporter

Two Oakland University employees, both OU alumni, were named on the Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 Class of 2017 at the State of the County Address on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Alex Delavan and Shaun Moore w...  Read More »

Feb 14 • No Comments

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