There was a time when Patricia Boyko, 52, from Sterling Heights, would go to her local bookstore and look through the shelves. Although she still enjoys going to bookstores, Boyko has the option of simply pushing a button to turn on her e-reader. “It’s hard for me to visualize books being gone,” Boyko said. “I still like books.” Boyko, owner of a Kindle Fire, is one of the growing number of people who are transitioning from books to e-books
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Among the women who competed for the crown as Miss America was an Oakland University graduate. Angela Venditti, Miss Michigan, graduated from OU with a bachelor’s degree in communication in 2011.
It’s hard to keep track of our diet intake as we make our favorite holiday foods. I love a good peanut butter cookie just as much as the next person, maybe even more. Some may say I’m a peanut butter addict so I know it can be difficult not reach for that second or third.
Workshop aimed to recognize signs of depression and anxiety; Career Services hosts social media etiquette dinner
The speed bump, located in front of the Human Health Building, is the first speed bump Oakland University has seen.
Meet the Candidates Open House; OU Bands Preview; OU Degrees and Majors Fair: Speed Dating Style
On Tuesday, Oct. 2 at around 12:50 p.m., a female student’s car caught fire in the entryway of the Pawley Hall parking structure. The Auburn Hills Fire Department and Oakland University’s Police Department responded to the scene. No injuries were reported. Mark Genola, from Management Information Systems, saw and smelled the smoke and went to [...]
Jamie Tworkowski, author of “To Write Love On Her Arms,” is coming to Oakland University to speak about suicide and depression prevention among people.
Phi Sigma Sigma is hosting their third annual Kicks for Kidneys Kickball tournament; The Oakland Symphony Orchestra starts its season with a performance Oct. 7
Various roads will be closed Sunday to accommodate the runners of the Brooksie Way Half Marathon and 5K events, which start at 8:15 am.
G.I. Jobs magazine has recognized Oakland University as a “Military Friendly School” for the fourth year in a row.
National anti-bullying month; Pulitzer Prizer winner, Philip Levine comes to campus
Looking good probably isn’t your first concern while working out, but it is good to wear the right type clothing for it.
Due to the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Human Health Building, the north end of Parking Lot 1 will be temporarily blocked off from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.
This September marks the 15th consecutive year Oakland University will recognize festivities for the Hispanic Celebration Month Independence Day Celebration.
Mitt Romney’s campaign bus to make stop on campus Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign bus will make a visit to Oakland University’s campus Sept. 12, at 11:35 a.m., out-side of Wilson Hall. Members of Romney’s campaign and some state politicians will be on hand to give out flyers and talk to students about the [...]
Initially, the gallery was intended only to display traditional art from Africa, but expanded to include African American art in the late 1980s. Valerie Mercer, curator and department head at the General Motors Center for African American art at the DIA expressed pride in the gallery.
Summer time has officially come to a close with the passing of Labor Day weekend and the beginning of the school year. With the Ford Arts, Beats and Eats festival taking place over the weekend in Royal Oak, the yearly event allows visitors a chance at summer indulgence.
Due to a prediction of thunderstorms for tomorrow night, events will be postponed.