According to Search Committee Chair and Political Science Professor Dave Dulio, three of the four provost candidates are scheduled to tour OU’s campus within the next month. The committee is working with the fourth candidate to schedule a tour.
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The Michigan Pinball Expo was on campus for the fourth consecutive year this past weekend. The event, sponsored by Jersey Jack Pinball, featured more than 125 classic, new and custom pinball machines, as well as tournaments and keynote speakers.
When the Human Health Building opened on campus, like many of you I was baffled. When I went to park near the building, I was confronted with a sign that read, “FUEL –EFFICIENT VEHICLE PARKING ONLY.” What does this mean?
Graduating seniors are encouraged to leave a gift of $20.13 to aid future students, but the committee welcomes donations of any amount. Money raised will be applied toward scholarships, according to the Senior Class Gift Committee.
Oakland University has recently received a donation worth millions of dollars to build a new clock tower. While that may be useful to those in a hurry to go back to 1985 in their DeLorean, I can’t help but wonder if this is the best use of the money. Personally, if I were going to make a few improvements around campus, I’d go with a cheaper idea that students may appreciate more. We need adult-sized desks.
Two professors from OU’s English department will sponsor a flash fiction contest open to all undergraduates, graduate students and alumni.
Malicious destruction of property in student apartments; Marijuana use reported in Van Wagoner House
The Graham Health Center will offer free tests for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea at Vandenberg Hall Feb. 26 from 4:30-6 p.m.
It’s not as if I set out to spy on my fellow Grizzlies. It’s just so many of you can’t seem to monitor the levels of your voices. Apparently some of you labor under the delusion that invisible walls surround every table and booth in the common areas. Well, they don’t. But take solace, friends. You are far more entertaining than any television program.
“Potential employees and students should be judged on their skills and abilities, not private online activity,” Michigan Governor Rick Snyder said in the press release.
A miniature tent city has sprung up outside of the Rochester Hills Best Buy in anticipation of the Black Friday deals. Some campers have been waiting since Friday, Nov. 16 for the sale, which begins at midnight Nov. 23.
The event brought artists, writers, directors, producers, vendors, actors and fans together for one day of frights and fun. Events included live tattooing, costume contests, question-and-answer sessions and movie screenings.
In the Fall 2012 semester, Oakland University’s Human Health Building opened, becoming the new home to the School of Nursing and the School of Health Sciences. According to Andrea Eis, associate professor of art, Senior Project Manager John Harmala told Eis the building had plenty of spaces for exhibiting art, and asked if art could be furnished for the building.
The Oakland University Police Department has released its annual Safety and Security Report for 2011.
I’ve never taken a ride on a Bear Bus. I’ve heard of the Bear Buses. I’ve seen them driving around campus. One fateful day in the fall semester of 2011, I chased one while flailing my arms and screaming. But I’ve never actually been on one.
On their “Crime” album, Against Me! has a song called “Walking is Still Honest.” They’ve obviously never seen me in a university parking lot on a boring day.
If I eat the chicken sandwich, I’m a homophobe. If I don’t, I’m anti-religious. Either way, I guess I’m a bigot.