The results of Oakland University’s participation in the 2012 National College Health Assessment were released by Graham Health Center last week.
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Rochester Hills is home to Rockin’ Cupcakes, a bakery located just north of downtown that serves up more than ten varieties of homemade cupcakes, locally-made ice cream and rock n’ roll. This unique rock music-inspired shop has recently attracted national attention for its participation in The Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars.” Where it started Jim [...]
About half of all pregnancies in the United States in 2006 were unplanned, many of which could have been avoided by proper use of contraceptives, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Bear Lake has been a feature of Oakland University’s campus since 1966, making it as old as some of the university’s first buildings. Despite recent attempts by student organizations to clean the lake, university officials said the lake is clean and possesses no environmental threat.
Pawley Hall and Elliott Hall are recognizable features of OU’s campus, but where did they come from? These buildings are just two examples of campus landmarks made possible by alumni, community and corporate donations – even the Grizz itself was a gift.
Oakland University will welcome Gov. Rick Snyder as a guest speaker Jan. 21, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for OU’s 21st annual Keeper of the Dream Scholarship Celebration.
The Deals, a local blues band, is traveling to Memphis to compete in the International Youth Blues Challenge.
During the winter semester, sororities and fraternities at Oakland University hold a second recruitment to attract any interested students who may have missed the opportunity to join Greek life in the fall.
Oakland University students do not have to venture off campus to rent or purchase movies thanks to a new DVD Now machine in the Oakland Center. The OC has been home to the DVD rental machine since early November. Students can rent any of the 250 DVDs for $1.18 and games for $2.36.
Oakland University’s student population has been steadily increasing over the past few years, but the number of underage drinking arrests has not followed suit.
The grand opening ceremony and open house for the new First Year Advising Center kicked off the second day of WOCOU week.
Hundreds of Oakland University students gathered at this year’s Week of Champions at Oakland University kickoff event to celebrate with cake, free t-shirts and a little taste of the past.
Rumors the Math Department has been put on probation for not passing enough students have been around for decades — just ask its faculty.
Hip-shaking students and upbeat Latin music filled the Gold Rooms of the OC on Sept. 28 for OU’s second annual Salsa Night.
A new acting course is being held in the Honors College this semester, and the adjunct professor has something interesting on his resume: a decade-long career as mob hit man. Professor Steve Blackwood, a 56-year-old actor and college film instructor, played the bumbling mob villain Bart Biederbicke on the NBC soap opera “Days of our Lives” [...]
This week marks the beginning of an annual program which raises nearly $200,000 in university donations each year — an amount which will be gathered entirely by Oakland University students.
According to founder and president Estee Shaw, the idea for Voices for Choices came out of her desire for all sides of the issue of abortion to be represented on campus.
Oakland University has a wide variety of student-organized campus groups, from the Juggling Club to the Geocaching club — even a Muggle Quiddich League. However, most groups cant claim the feats of Dagorhir where participants regularly lose limbs, fight medieval heroes and die in bloody sword fights. The basics Dagorhir, referred to by members as [...]
Meadow Brook Hall is well-known for it’s artistic involvement. This month, a group of Oakland University professors and a local artist converted this historic location into a venue for modern art in the exhibit “Brick & Mortar”. The exhibit, which is located in Meadow Brook’s carriage house, opened Aug. 15 and will run through Sept. [...]
Next month, OU students can hang out in the OC, win prizes and eat free food — all with a political twist.