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GREEN award presented to professor

By Kevin Graham

October 18

Filed under Life

Tim Larrabee, the head of Oakland University’s elementary science education program for the teacher development and educational studies department, received the Chevrolet GREEN Educator Award for the month of Oct, recognizing...

The Clatter makes a bang

By Sarah Hunton

October 18

Filed under Life

Kim Madeline, a special lecturer in the journalism department, fills two contrasting roles during sun up and sun down.By day, Madeleine teaches at Oakland University and runs his own public relations and marketing firm called KRM Co...

Internship offers students the magic of Disney

By Ali Armstrong

October 11

Filed under Life

The Disney College Program and Disney Professional Internship offer students from around the world the opportunity to work directly at DisneyWorld in Orlando, Fla. or Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. for a semester.“This internship is yo...

Harpist studied under masters in Europe

By John Doe

October 11

Filed under Life

Along with earning her bachelors degree in music this past spring from Oakland University, Laura Palmieri, currently an OU nursing student, won the Hollingsworth Music Scholarship.The award, which recognizes quality music talent,...

New stir-fry restaurant opens near OU campus

By Kevin Romanchik

October 11

Filed under Life

Only six minutes away from Oakland University, the recently opened Flat Top Stir-Fry Grill in Rochester Hills, hopes to be a prime destination for OU students.The customers themselves put together a stir-fry dish with their choice o...

Students, tech users respond to Jobs’ passing

By Kaitlyn Chornoby

October 7

Filed under Life

This story is still being compiled.If you wish to comment on this topic,please comment below or send your thoughts to [email protected] the hashtag ‘iSad’ and 'RIP Steve Jobs' trending on Twitter — which some may find is ov...

Magic on stage for young kids

By Kevin Romanchik

October 4

Filed under Life

Using magic as a resource, Rochester couple hopes to make learning fun — but still informative — for young kids.Proving this point is the Wizard’s Apprentice, an educational magic show geared towards grade school-aged k...

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