The Oakland Post is the student-run newspaper at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich. Founded in 1973, The Post has provided an independent source of news for students, faculty and alumni for decades.
Released every Wednesday throughout the fall and winter semesters (and periodically over the summer), The Post can be found in nearly all buildings on campus and in several off-campus locations in the surrounding area.
The Post is located in the basement of the Oakland Center next to the radio station and the Student Congress office. Visitors can park at metered spots in parking lot 2 or along Wilson Boulevard. Click here for the campus map.
The Oakland Post
61 Oakland Center
Rochester, MI 48306
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