The Michigan Pinball Expo is coming to the Oakland Center’s Banquet Rooms April 4-7.
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Preparations will begin April 1 for the new $30 million residence hall approved in December by the Board of Trustees, according to University Housing Director Jim Zentmeyer.
A former student said he filed a $2.2 million lawsuit against Oakland University Friday morning because he believes his First and 14th Amendment rights have been violated and the "unconstitutional and discriminatory conduct was evil, motivated by evil intent and was oppressive and malicious."
OU's version, brought to you by The Oakland Post, included a wide variety of Oakland students as well as The Grizz, the Moodle Troopers, the OU LARPers, members of the OU Student Congress and OU Student Program Board. The OU Police Department was also there to lend a hand, providing music via their megaphone.
Fight reported in student’s home; OUPD investigates suspicious odors in Hill House dorm
The 2013 Student Congress Presidential Debate between Amera Fattah and Brandon Hanna was held March 5 at noon and featured discussions on parking efficiency, student commentary and free scantrons.
Oakland University hosted the second annual Michigan Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Education Conference March 9 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dr. Jane Goodall, a world-renowned primatologist, anthropologist and conversationalist, will speak at the O’rena March 27 at 7 p.m.
A new club has been formed at Oakland University based off the television show Glee. Revon Yousif, president and director of the club, started the Glee Club at OU after noticing the lack in similar club on campus.
Oakland University observed Eating Disorder Awareness Week Feb. 25-28 by hosting “Everybody Knows Somebody.” Throughout the week, events such as “Love Your Body Yoga,” “Bye, Bye Barbie: Fighting Media Messages,” a movie screening of “Someday Melissa,” health screenings and “Body Monologues” were hosted on campus.
Ben Nemtin, Dave Lingwood, Duncan Penn and Jonnie Penn planned a two-week adventure to complete a list of 100 things to do before they died, which eventually led to the creation of their MTV show entitled “The Buried Life.” The group paid a visit to Oakland University March 7 to help students cross off items on their own bucket lists.
Graham Counseling Center to offer depression, anxiety screenings; Kalamazoo College professor to conduct on-campus reading; Oakland Center to host International Night
"Dead Man’s Cell Phone" is a satire that begins as a man named Gordon dies in a café. His phone is left ringing. Jean, who is also in the café, asks him to turn off his phone but finds he is dead.
It’s been almost a year since Robbie Williford and Samantha Wolf were elected Oakland University Student Congress Vice President and President. The pair labored over decision to run again, ultimately deciding to challenge themselves to try something new instead. Before leaving office, Williford and Wolf sat down with The Oakland Post to reflect on their administration and offer advice for their successors.
The Oakland University Student Congress and other student leaders hit the road recently for a Student Union Tour. The purpose of the trip was to explore options on ways to continue improvement at Oakland and build on the membership of the student body.
The 2013 Student Congress Vice Presidential Debate between Maria Arellano and Jibran Ahmed was held before a packed room in Gold Room A of the Oakland Center March 5.
Oakland University’s School of Education and Human Services has partnered with Oxford Community Schools and Beijing Channel Consulting International Education Group to establish an educational partnership.
Student reported missing; Intimidation report; Professor receives threatening emails
The Vice Presidential Candidates for the Oakland University Student Congress 2013-14 Presidency will participate in a debate in the Gold Rooms of the Oakland Center Tuesday at noon. Maria Arellano will represent the Amera Fattaha/Arellano campaign and Jibran Ahmed will represent the Brandon Hanna/Ahmed campaign. Follow The Oakland Post’s Twitter account and stay tuned for [...]
One in two sexually active young people will get an STI by the age of 25. When this statistic is combined with the fact that STIs are most common in people ages 15-24, the risk becomes relevant.