The exhibit, titled “Present Exposure,” explores the healing aspect of the Upper Peninsula and was inspired by Lockard's of Michigan.
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Art professors discuss the history and thoughts behind nude art
Alice Carelton, a sophomore majoring in social work, has written a memoir and book of poems and is an advocate for victims of verbal abuse.
Beginning in 2013, Beaumont Health System and Henry Ford Health System will enter into a new relationship with one another. In a joint effort, the two Michigan-based systems will implement goals in order to improve health care to patients.
At the beginning of the fall semester, Kresge Library announced its new 24-hour, seven-day-a-week awhile.
The administrative community at Oakland University has experienced changes in recent months. From the search for a new provost to the placement of an interim dean at the College of Arts and Sciences, there has been a non-stop commotion among faculty and staff.
The bad weather forecast this past weekend did not frighten the patrons of the Renaissance Festival in Holly, Michigan.
The Oakland University Art Gallery is currently playing host to Detroit artist Graem Whyte and his exhibition titled “Remain Calm.” The collection is installation-based which includes large-scale works. Based in Hamtramck, Whyte has taken artistic refuge in a former meat-packing facility called Popps Packing. The location serves as a home for his family, as well [...]
Beginning this fall semester, OU will be offering new majors and degree programs for students.
New faculty workshop on getting started with class
Third Annual Oncology Rehabilitation Symposium The School of Health Sciences Physical Therapy Program and the APTA Oncology Section will present the Third Annual Oncology Rehabilitation Symposium Aug. 24 from noon. until 8:30 p.m. on OU’s campus. The event will continue the following day from 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The symposium will discuss massage techniques [...]
Deriving inspiration from a museum in London, the DIA is the first art museum in the United States to bring its paintings outside. The Inside|Out program came just in time to honor the DIA’s 125th anniversary in 2010.
Learn more about an upcoming School of Business lecture, Autism Insurance Benefit, and CPR classes being offered.
Men’s Invitational Golf Event The Katke-Cousins Golf Course will be hosting a two-day Men’s Invitational Golf Event August 3 and 4. The event will take place all day on Friday and Saturday. For more information, contact Perry Busse at (248) 364 – 6300, or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comedian Ralphie May comes to [...]
One of the largest online schools in the U.S. introduces a new course to an already dynamic curriculum that includes mathematics, astronomy, and bioethics.
A student-run gaming company called Ardent Games has released its first game titled “The Realm of Agennul.” In honor of the new release, the OU INCubator, located in the Shotwell-Gustafson Pavilion on Oakland University’s campus, will host a KickStarter campaign July 12 at 5:30 p.m.
This weeks activities include a golf tournament, a special online course on healthy eating and a Buffalo Wild Wings fundraiser...
Ladies Invitational at Katke-Cousins Golf Course;World Music Summer Concert; School of Business Administration offers CFP Exam; Men's Senior Championship at Katke-Cousins Golf Course; "The Vegan Diet" course offered online; Women's Senior Champsionship at Katke-Cousins Golf Course; Junior Golf Camp at Katke-Cousins Golf Course
Local schools announce move to all day kindergarten schedule for the fall.
Varner Recital Hall presents 'Captain Louie'; Varner Recital Hall hosts day-long jazz workshop; After Hours Adult Social; Vitality Dance Club auditions; New student orientation; Parent orientation