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False fire alarm at Ann V. Nicholson Apartments; Smartphone stolen from restroom in Pawley Hall
Student retention will be discussed by representatives of each of the state’s 15 universities as they come to Oakland University to participate in a two-day conference called “Completing College: What It Takes… What’s at Stake.”
The installation of 130 new, more energy-efficient water heaters in the Ann V. Nicholson Student Apartments earned Oakland University a rebate of $163,750 from Consumers Energy incentives in October.
The Oakland University Libraries are giving one member of the OU community a chance to choose their own parking spot on campus.
Workshop aimed to recognize signs of depression and anxiety; Career Services hosts social media etiquette dinner
Renovations are under way on the second and third floors of Hannah Hall. The space, which was vacated by the School of Nursing and the School of Health Sciences last month because of the move to the Human Health Building, is being renovated to assist both the William Beaumont School of Medicine as well as the biology, physics and chemistry academic disciplines.
At the beginning of the fall semester, Kresge Library announced its new 24-hour, seven-day-a-week awhile.
Max Brooks, the acclaimed television writer and New York Times bestselling author, visited campus last week to give a speech on zombies and survival, two topics of which he has become a primary source.
Marijuana use at Van Wagoner; Reported domestic assault; Reported stalking of student
The speed bump, located in front of the Human Health Building, is the first speed bump Oakland University has seen.
Candidates running for the House of Representatives in the 11th and 8th Congressional Districts joined Countywide Candidates, giving speeches and interacting with voters at Meet the Candidates Open House, hosted by the Oakland University Office of Government Relations.
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.
An Oakland University student and former club lacrosse player’s preliminary exam has been rescheduled to Nov. 6. Reanna Douglas, from Auburn Hills, was charged with one count of criminal sexual conduct in the third degree Oct. 18, according to a Detroit Free Press article.
Construction for the new $75 million Engineering Center will start January 2013, according to Louay Chamra, dean of the School of Engineering.
Zombie expert and author Max Brooks stopped on campus Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. to provide tips on surviving a zombie outbreak, with information taken from his writings and experience.
Meet the Candidates Open House; OU Bands Preview; OU Degrees and Majors Fair: Speed Dating Style
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The Board of Trustees was presented with a number of scenarios for the expansion of student housing at its Oct. 4 meeting. The report, delivered by Chicago-based company Public Financial Management, outlined options for different approaches to building residential space for students.
In Oakland University’s 50th year of child care services, the Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education earned accreditation from the National Association for Education of Young Children for performance based on portfolios as well as surveys from faculty, students and parents.