Two professors from OU’s English department will sponsor a flash fiction contest open to all undergraduates, graduate students and alumni.
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About half of all pregnancies in the United States in 2006 were unplanned, many of which could have been avoided by proper use of contraceptives, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Graeme Harper was named dean of The Honors College Feb. 13, according to an email sent out by interim senior vice president and provost, Susan Awbrey.
NBC Nightly News recently visited the campus of Oakland University and the William Beaumont School of Medicine as part of a feature story on the Downtown Youth Boxing Gym. The special is scheduled to air later this month.
The OU Global Brigades chapter formed in 2010, giving students the opportunity to volunteer and travel out of the country to help the people of Honduras and Panama.
Malicious destruction of property in student apartments; Marijuana use reported in Van Wagoner House
Just two weeks after their unofficial Station of the Year victory in the Michigan Associate of Broadcasters awards, WXOU has again been recognized, this time by MTV.
The Oakland University Board of Trustees approved the schematics for four buildings Tuesday, including a student housing facility, a four-story parking structure, an expansion to the Upper Fields, the expansion of Library Drive and a Facilities Maintenance building. The total cost for all projects is $65 million.
Technology plays a huge part in the everyday life of people everywhere. Now it has started to play a role in the way people meet. Online dating and relationships have increased in popularity due to a variety of factors such as age, time and ease.
At the Oakland University Student Congress meeting today, an upcoming trip to four neighboring universities was discussed. On the trip, students and legislators will go to several recreation centers at other universities to gather ideas for improvements to the OC.
Students to make sandwiches for the hungry; Center for Multicultural Initiatives to host Taste of Africa Gala; The Department of English Poetry Contest to begin Feb. 15
The junior journalism major is one of 52 finalists for this year’s MLB Fan Cave. But interacting with the baseball team isn’t a new experience. Beaver, who works as the Sports Editor at The Oakland Post, has been going to baseball games since she was in kindergarten. She has also traveled to Florida for Spring Training for the past six seasons. And last year, she went as press for her uncle’s periodical, Grosse Point Magazine.
The Graham Health Center will offer free tests for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea at Vandenberg Hall Feb. 26 from 4:30-6 p.m.
Gov. Rick Snyder made several proposals for the 2014 fiscal year budget yesterday, including a $24.9 million (2 percent) budget increase for Michigan universities if they meet certain standards.
Oakland University will remain open today, in spite of the 4-7 inches of snow that accumulated last night and the winter weather advisory that was in effect until noon for Oakland County.
The Oakland University Police Department will perform a campus wide test for their text message alert system Feb. 12 at 1 p.m.
There will be a Career Services Internship Mixer Feb. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Banquet Rooms of the Oakland Center. The event will provide students with the chance to meet and talk with potential employers.
Oakland University Student Congress hosted Women in Islam Feb. 7 in the Fireside Lounge of the Oakland Center.
The Varner Vitality Lecture Series, Student Life Lecture Board and Oakland University Alumni Association will present An Evening with Dr. Jane Goodall March 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. Goodall will speak at the O'rena and will discuss Sowing the Seeds of Hope.
The Student Program Board hosted Spring Hoedown Feb. 6 in the Banquet Rooms of the Oakland Center.