While it’s all fine and dandy that the Student Congress works with the other student organizations, a student government must truly represent the entire campus, with varying opinions and people who are involved or choose to not participate.
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The initiatives proposed to the Board of Trustees at the Feb. 12 meeting include some of the most discussed and desired initiatives by the students. We support Oakland University’s investment in these areas.
In addition to her role as a research scientist at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, psychologist Terri Orbuch is also a professor of sociology at Oakland University. Her studies focus on marriage, divorce, romance and relationship patterns. She has published over 40 articles, written five books and has been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, The Boston Globe and Reader’s Digest.
In addition to her role as a research scientist at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, psychologist Terri Orbuch is also a professor of sociology at Oakland University. Her studies focus on marriage, divorce, romance and relationship patterns. She has published over 40 articles, written 5 books and has been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, The Boston Globe and Reader’s Digest. Dr. Orbuch offers her relationship advice to OU students.
Spencer, a 2012 Oakland University graduate and elementary school teacher for the Huron Valley school system, died from injuries sustained in a car accident Oct. 25, 2012. He was in Detroit meeting friends for dinner. He was 26 years old. It has been three months since Spencer’s passing and his family has tied up all the loose ends that come with such a tragedy, but one thing remains — his Facebook page.
“Workaholics” writer and star Adam DeVine spoke with colleges across the country about the upcoming season, movie collaborations and just plain gettin’ weird.
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According to the White House’s “1 is 2 Many” campaign against dating violence, one in five women will be a victim of sexual assault while they are in college.
In 2010, national student debt reached $1 trillion.
According to a report by the Associated Press, about 1.5 million, or 56 percent, of bachelor’s degree-holders under the age of 25 were jobless or underemployed last year — the highest it has been in the past 11 years.
“You can walk home with me,” he said, with his 6-foot-seven-inch shadow casting along the warm Los Angeles sidewalk as he made his way home. Phone in hand, he made wide strides with his genuine and quirky smile on his face.
Working at the Eye Research Institute, researcher and science professor Barry Winkler has been working at Oakland University for over 40 years.
Assistant professor of music Yin Zheng continues to show students the attainability, attraction and beauty of classical music. In the upcoming event, “A Journey with Mozart,” the professor and keyboard program coordinator invites students from all fields of study to join violinist Bin Huang and herself in their love for Mozart, free of charge.
The latest explosion in the gaming world is undoubtedly the RPG Skyrim, and if you’re a fan, chances are you’ve seen the “Skyrim 2012” videos circling the Internet. Would you believe that those satirical short films started right here at Oakland University?
After eight long years, the antics of Shakespeare have returned to Oakland University. Starting Feb. 2, the department of music, theatre and dance will present nine performances of their rendition of the playwright’s classic “Much Ado About Nothing.”
Abstract imagination playfully dances across the crisp white walls of the gallery. Deer and owls become mythical creatures while color and texture become whole new platforms with which to display the mind’s eye. The pieces openly welcome their viewers into their realm of childlike brevity, courage and curiosity.
Oakland University’s first international community service student organization, Medical Brigades, recently spent time in Honduras, providing their knowledge and help to those in need. While there, 34 students and members of MB provided free medical and dental care to the rural community of Hoya Grande, including a local orphanage.
Sophomore journalism and music performance major Stephanie Sokol uses her talent as a photographer to showcase the benefits and challenges of being a music student at OU.