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Gun control is not a partisan issue; it’s an issue of human life.
Students need to be more vigilant and not let OU Bike Share bikes go vagrant.
Every year, as a student, you contribute to the funding of student organizations. While we can’t tell you exactly what happens to all of that money because it’s impossible to keep tabs on what every single campus organization is doing, we can tell you what we’re doing with our share.
An examination of fairness and practicality regarding university-required internships.
Michigan Senate Bill 1323 seeks to create “The Board of Michigan Registered Reporters,” not unlike governing boards for other industries that require registration such as accountancy, cosmetology, forestry and mortuary science.
Somehow we find ourselves approaching finals week, a revolving occasion that always seems so far away except for when it rears its head. For about 2,000 Oakland University students, it’s our last, and it’s totally surreal. Like a much shorter generation, the time we spend at OU fits into this little box chock full of [...]
OUSC's ballots were incorrect for the first 41 votes. Now what?
A closer look at the presidential and vice presidential candidates for OUSC.
The vote of no confidence has no business of being held.
A call to action to recycle our graduation caps and gowns.
It's time for the board to reconsider the 20 spots they take up all day for an hour and a half meeting.
It pays to get involved in OU’s student congress.
The stereotype of college student apathy is broken at OU.
Russi’s address on the state of the university is refreshing following so much drama and money issues.
Obama’s State of the Union should address economy, not deficit.
Haiti-Palooza! gets flack for its tacky name, but fundraising shouldn’t be a somber event.
You may be wondering what the hell happened on Monday in many of the campus parking lots. It was nothing short of a cluster-you-know-what. And nothing describes it better than the photos shown here and in the Mix section. Looking for a spot for most people entailed driving down narrow lanes that were actually the [...]
What defines us as students? Is it formal admissions or is it being a student?
A local editorial page editor once said it’s a good idea to occasionally remind readers about the differences in the types of opinion pieces in a newspaper. This editor also said that even when the “OPINION” is atop the page in bold, black typeface, there’s always somebody who gets upset, thinking that because there is [...]