One student’s passion for connecting and helping people led her to create her unique show on Oakland University’s radio station, WXOU 88.3 FM, called “Getting A Job w/Mz. Pumpkin.”
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The GOP debate will be held at Oakland University’s O’rena on Nov. 9 and will be aired on CNBC from 8 to 10 p.m. In order for the night to run as smoothly as possible, CNBC is staging a six-hour dress rehearsal the day before featuring members of the OU community as stand-ins for the candidates. The Oakland Post spoke with four of them.
With Halloween around the corner, the International Students and Scholars Office and ESL club are working to assimilate international students into American culture. Many students are experiencing their first Halloween this year.
Oakland University’s Student Organic Farmers are cultivating fall produce at their on-campus farm, selling fresh vegetables weekly and offering anyone affiliated with OU an opportunity to nurture their green thumbs.
With over 400 students from 62 countries, the international student population at Oakland University is growing. Compared to larger-scale universities that have populations of international students in the thousands, OU's International Students and Scholars Office is proud to offer specialized one-on-one services to students, including immigration counseling and a multitude of programs.
Alyssa McMillan, a junior majoring in journalism and minoring in Judaic studies, is not sitting on the sidelines of what she believes in — she is getting involved in her community and making an impact on those in need.
Oakland University is implementing a new smoking ban in order to promote public health and comply with the Michigan Indoor Clean Air Act.
This July, Oakland University’s Center for Student Activities (CSA) expanded their staff by one: Allison Webster filled the brand new position of assistant director of student organization programs, which carries responsibilities as hefty as its official title.
This French-speaking, Canadian-communiting professor’s backstory has the ability to make some say, “Eh?!” in disbelief.
As an Honors College dance major researching for her senior thesis, Catherine MacMaster had the extraordinary opportunity to live and dance among the natives of Ghana, a country located in West Africa, for three weeks.
Twelve students made the journey to Israel for three weeks this summer to take part in an excavation on the border of ancient Israel and Philistine dating back to around 1000 BC — the Iron Age and era of the biblical King David.
Founded in the 1980s, the originators of the Chaldean American Student Association hoped to create a program that would encourage Chaldean Americans to complete their degrees. Now their focus is on provided aid to brethren overseas.
The Bottomless Toy Chest, a nonprofit charity organization, is dedicated to providing pediatric cancer patients with crafts and educational and interactive toys.
Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Glenn McIntosh believes in eating healthy and working out so he can ensure he has an abundance of energy when tackling his everyday obstacles.
Detroit Lions fans now have a new outlet to provide them a chance to read and talk about the team: Oakland University student Sam Arker’s sports website.
Oakland University’s Office of the Registrar and Veterans Support Services provide advice, assistance and guidance for military veterans when transitioning into college.
DJ Alex Jahn is making a splash into the Detroit disc jockey scene starting with his dubstep show Fridays from 2-3 a.m. on WXOU and his dance and techno show, which airs Saturdays at the same time and place.
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OUCARES — short for Oakland University Center for Autism Research, Education and Support — is a non-profit organization that has been around for five years.
On April 9 and April 16, MTD will perform their own cycle of medieval English plays in various locations around Varner Hall from 2-10 p.m. Oakland University’s department of music, theatre and dance’s much-anticipated pageant play has been in the works for nearly a year and involves over 200 Oakland University students and faculty.