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A Master of Public Health degree was just one of the many topics discussed at the Oakland University Board of Trustees meeting April 3.
Other items up for discussion included the appointment of a distinguished professor, proposed ancillary budgets for the 2013-15 operational year, renovations to housing and on-campus amenities like the recreational center and the Oakland Center and the recognition of three student award winners.
The Oakland University Greek Council is holding their annual Greek Week event from April 1 to April 8. The theme this year is Survivor. The slideshow of pictures here will be updated as more events occur. If you have photos of the events you would like to submit, send them to email@example.com [...]
Oakland University Student Congress held its last meeting Monday in the Gold Rooms of the Oakland Center, and ended with farewells from the departing Student Body president and vice president, Samantha Wolf and Robbie Williford.The meeting began with talks on the committee to amend the current OUSC Constitution.
Oakland University will host its first Anatomy Memorial Ceremony April 11 from 6 to 7 p.m. The ceremony was created to honor those who have donated their bodies to science.
Take Back the Night was held March 28 to round off Women’s History Month and led into Sexual Assault Awareness Month at Oakland University. The event, sponsored by the Gender and Sexuality Center, consisted of a rally, march and speak-out.
Property damage reported at Hill House dorms; Professor reports malicious destruction at Dodge Hall; Marijuana use reported in Hamlin Hall dorm rooms
Tariq Ramadan, a Muslim intellectual and activist, came to Meadow Brook Hall March 18 at 6 p.m. to speak about his recently published book, “The Arab Awakening: Islam and the Middle East.”
The ongoing, nationwide search for a permanent dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Oakland University has announced the four final candidates for the position.
In the wake of last week’s election results, losing candidates Amera Fattah and Maria Arellano lost 40 percent of the total vote due to grievances that were filed against them by the Brandon Hanna and Jibran Ahmed campaign.
As students walked past the Fireside Lounge March 18, a 39-inch TV sat on a table to spark their curiosity. Students had the chance to win this TV as well as an iPod Nano at Bear Bus Day. The event was sponsored by the Bear Bus program, Residence Halls Association and Oakland University Student Congress, and offered students a chance to gain some knowledge.
As the Spring Concert featuring Kendrick Lamar and DJ Steve Aoki approaches, Executive Director of Student Program Board Nick McCormick said ticket sales are going well.
Minor in posession, open container citations distributed; Suspicious circumstances reported at Hill House dorms; Domestic violence reported
University President, Gary Russi, announced March 22 that current interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Tamara Jhashi, has been invited to join the American Council on Education Fellowship Class of 2013-14.
With a total of 1,083 votes, Brandon Hanna and Jibran Ahmed won the Oakland University Student Congress election over candidates Amera Fattah and Maria Arellano.
As the university continues to search for the next permanent senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, the two final candidates for the position have removed themselves from consideration.
Portions of Meadow Brook Road will be closed beginning March 23 at 9:30 a.m. and will last throughout the weekend, according to an email sent out by the university.
Oakland University's homepage got a facelift this morning as Communications and Marketing unveiled the page’s first redesign in five years.
The brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon presented the third annual Lady SAE Pageant March 16 in Dodge Hall of Engineering.
The results of Oakland University’s participation in the 2012 National College Health Assessment were released by Graham Health Center last week.
Student struck by vehicle; Employees threatened by prospective student; Student slips on ice