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Epipens allowed on campus

Epipens allowed on campus

September 9, 2014

New dining area in Vandenberg plans to use products from CSOF in future

By Selah Fischer

September 7, 2014

Filed under Campus

You may have noticed that the lounge located in the lower level of Vandenberg Hall has disappeared and been transformed into what is now a dining hall. Yes, another dining hall.Many may wonder why it was necessary to build thi...

Center of attention: The Elliott Tower stands tall on campus

By Jasmine French

September 2, 2014

Filed under Campus

Every fifteen minutes, Oakland University's newest icon resonates across campus. Faculty, students and alumni will gather at Elliott Tower Friday, Sept. 19 at 3:30 p.m. for its grand opening. Nancy and R. Hugh Elliott, honorary ...

OU levels up with new parking deck

By Kaleigh Jerzykowski

September 1, 2014

Filed under Campus

Backpacks and schedules are full, books have been purchased, and yes, the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte is back. Its early September, and classes are officially in session.Whether students are making a 30-minute commute to camp...

OU unveils new Oak View housing hall

By Jasmine French

August 29, 2014

Filed under Campus, Life, Life / Students

One of the many Oakland University construction projects is impacting student on-campus experiences like never before. Oakland’s Oak View Hall and Honors College is now up and running.Official freshman move-in date was Friday, Aug....

OUPD Chief shares campus safety tips

By Mark B. Gordon, Chief of Police, Oakland University Police Department

August 26, 2014

Filed under Campus

Oakland University has always been a very safe campus community. Crime statistics and other relevant data continually support the fact that our campus is one of the safest geographical locations in Oakland County.Further, we know...

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