Celebrities, they play with their kids, buy Starbucks Coffee, fall in and out of love—and we watch. Oakland University’s Dr. Erin Meyers book “Dishing Dirt in the Digital Age: Celebrity Gossip Blogs, and Participatory Media Culture,” was published April 30, 2013. In her book she examines how celebrity culture has changed over the years, and [...]
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Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and Oakland University’s Physical Therapy Program held its first Anatomy Memorial Ceremony April 11 to honor body donations.
The Animal Assisted Therapy Certificate Program offers students an opportunity to examine the power of a human-animal bond. The program was created in 2007 by Amy Johnson, special projects coordinator of the School of Nursing.
Oakland University will host its first Anatomy Memorial Ceremony April 11 from 6 to 7 p.m. The ceremony was created to honor those who have donated their bodies to science.
As students walked past the Fireside Lounge March 18, a 39-inch TV sat on a table to spark their curiosity. Students had the chance to win this TV as well as an iPod Nano at Bear Bus Day. The event was sponsored by the Bear Bus program, Residence Halls Association and Oakland University Student Congress, and offered students a chance to gain some knowledge.
The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon presented the third annual Lady SAE Pageant March 16 in Dodge Hall of Engineering.
Oakland University observed Eating Disorder Awareness Week Feb. 25-28 by hosting “Everybody Knows Somebody.” Throughout the week, events such as “Love Your Body Yoga,” “Bye, Bye Barbie: Fighting Media Messages,” a movie screening of “Someday Melissa,” health screenings and “Body Monologues” were hosted on campus.
Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, Duncan Penn and Jonnie Penn planned a two-week adventure to complete a list of 100 things to do before they died, which eventually led to the creation of their MTV show entitled “The Buried Life.” The group paid a visit to Oakland University March 7 to help students cross off items on their own bucket lists.
Inner Door Center, a Royal Oak based yoga center, visited OU to discuss eating disorders and the healing power of yoga.