Oakland welcomed 28 university dance programs in the East-Central Conference Feb. 20- 23 for the 40th American College Dance Festival Association.
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Speaker's Corner, special segment hosted by CNBC now gives students an opportunity to voice their opinion on the debate and the responses by the Republican candidates for presidency. The segment will be live from 6-8 p.m. and following the debate starting at 10 p.m. in the Oakland Center.
Seven candidates in the general election for Rochester Hills were associated with OU. Results from voting were announced Tuesday night.
CNBC announced Wednesday night that the eight Republican candidates who will be present at the GOP Presidential Debate, held at the O'Rena on Wednesday, Nov. 9, are Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Hunstman, Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.
With the death of Steve Jobs last week, we have all been remembering him as a great innovator. He brought us true smartphones, Pixar, the Graphical User Interface, the personal computer, created the tablet market, revolutionized how we listen to music and the list goes on. Steve Jobs was able to amass a cult like following of Mac users, but these are not the people that he truly led into the next era of history.
Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder and former chief executive officer who became a renowned man in the technology world, has died. He was 56. Students on campus are responding through tweets, Facebook statuses and blog posts, many of which are being published through an Apple device.
Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder and former chief executive officer who became a renowned man in the technology world, has died. He was 56.
Several different methods of transportation have evolved over the decades, but few have developed a loyal group of followers like the growing trend on campus: longboarding. Although longboarding is a new sight on campus, the sport has an extensive history.
The Gender and Sexuality Center’s President Alexa Van Vilet stood before the Oakland University board of trustees at their meeting today in Elliot hall to petition for a fully-staffed center. The board also discussed renovations to O'Dowd hall and appointed a Dean of Kresge Library.
OU PostSecret Student Congress, inspired by PostSecret, in establishing an anonymous community project which gathers submissions from students on campus. Submissions can consist of hidden truths, past regrets and hopes for the future. Students can pick up postcards by the OUSC office in the basement of the OC and drop them off in locations around [...]
Yesterday, Oakland University’s Board of Trustees met for an important meeting, voting on a broad range of proposals including a budget of $200 million, with both graduate and undergraduate tuition being raised by seven percent.
The DFG, which was founded in Sept. 2008 by Jessica "Rabbit" Grassa and Evan Bradish, describes its performance as influenced by vaudeville, film noir and carnival shows. The Guild's upcoming production, "The Fires of Beltane," will take place April 30 at the Crofoot in Pontiac at 9 p.m.
During their time at Oakland University, music, dance, theatre and art students produce countless pieces, performances and choreographed numbers, often times critiqued by their professors and student peers.
Oliver, senior British correspondent on “The Daily Show” and co-host of the weekly satirical podcast, The Bugle, is the star of the second season of “John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show,” which premiered last Thursday at midnight. The show will continue for five more episodes in the season and features some of Oliver’s favorite performers.
With the world going wireless, companies are competing to stay on top of the game and offer the best to their customers. The International CTIA Wireless Show, held this year in Orlando rather than the usual Las Vegas, is the perfect place for companies to showcase their new and upcoming merchandise.
Donald Glover has a name well-known in the worlds of stand-up comedy, acting and even the music industry. Thanks to hosting the mtvU Woodie Awards, which aired on March 16, Glover can write a new addition down on his list.
Cohosted by junior Clayton Cortez and senior Kristina Karamo, “Best Tech” is a monthly half-hour show covering the biggest news regarding computers, gadgets, movies and video games airing on Oakland University’s cable access channel.
The winners for the 2010-2011 school year are Marta Bauer, majoring in English with a French literature minor, and Stephen Parker, a mechanical engineering major with a focus on fluid and thermal systems.
Tablet computers are dominating the tech scene, the newest installment being Apple’s iPad 2, which will release this Friday. Ultimately, the decision between each tablet rests on the individual. The iPad 2, the Motorola Xoom, the Galaxy Tab and the BlackBerry Playbook are discussed.
Atheists at OU, a new student organization on campus, was formed this semester with the goal of educating others on being faithless in today’s society and to show that happiness and life fulfillment can be achieved without faith.