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Danielle Kaminski, a senior majoring in occupational safety and health at Oakland University, recently won the American Society of Safety Engineers National Student Paper Competition, taking a $500 cash prize and a $700 stipend.
Nearly six months ago, Oakland University students Jenna Balabuch, Rachel Ring and Shannon Waite were traveling to Detroit on southbound Interstate 75 when a driver rear-ended their stopped vehicle at 70 mph.
One of this season’s biggest trends is colored denim. Racks are stocked with pants in every hue — from peach to mint green, bright reds, to yellows. With the color blocking trend, this versatile style works well when combined with many other colored tops.
“You can walk home with me,” he said, with his 6-foot-seven-inch shadow casting along the warm Los Angeles sidewalk as he made his way home. Phone in hand, he made wide strides with his genuine and quirky smile on his face.
Before the Gym Class Heroes took the stage last night at the Student Program Board's Grizzlypalooza Pt. 2, The Oakland Post had a chance to sit down with drummer Matt McGinley to the band's future and past experiences.
Students rushing all over campus — from class, to the library, to the dorms — are all accustomed to the sidewalk drawings that promote campus events and student organizations. But something new in the world of chalk has been spotted on the sidewalks here at Oakland University — Pokémon. The colorful characters have sparked joy and nostalgia throughout the university.
Meadow Brook Theatre pairs up with New Jersey-based charity to distribute necessities to the needy
One student describes him as having a fantastic mind of information. Another describes his lectures as always engaging. He’s an international scholar with enough books in his office to cover any subject. He’s Richard Stamps, the soon-to-retire associate professor of anthropology and archaeology.
Auditions to determinie who would become the next Grizz were held on Monday, April 2. The official mascot of OU not only has an impact on campus, but in various communities as well. The OU Athletics website describes the role of Grizz as an important one that should not be taken lightly.
Homework, class, work — college students live busy lives, but every other Wednesday at City Grind Skate Park, students take a break from the everyday stress to board. Skateboarding recently became an Olympic sport, increasing its popularity, along with new trends like long boarding. Oakland University followed suit with the creation of the skateboard club at OU last October.
Brooms aren’t just for sweeping the floor anymore. Just ask the Muggle Quidditch League of Oakland University.
Photo students capture unseen corners of the historic monument
The Michigan premiere of “Spreading It Around,” a dramatic comedy from the mind of Londos D’Arrigo, opened at Meadow Brook Theatre Saturday night. The play revolves around Angela “Angie” Drayton, a widow living in a contemporary gated community in Florida as she struggles to do the right thing with her money. Throughout the play Angie (played by Mary Robin Roth) grows as a person and deals with many problems, the main one being the issue of inheritance.
Working at the Eye Research Institute, researcher and science professor Barry Winkler has been working at Oakland University for over 40 years.
With the advent of e-books, the idea of a physical textbook may seem silly. With just one click, students can download a five pound textbook to their laptops, which they would be carrying around anyway. This also gives students an excuse to have their laptop open during class. To some students at Oakland University, however, this is not the case.
The station's victory brings an end to an 11-year run of dominance by Impact 89FM, the college radio station at Michigan State.
Students express themselves with vibrant patterns
Leo Bautista, a freshman at Oakland University, has been writing and recording his own music since his early teens.
Assistant professor of music Yin Zheng continues to show students the attainability, attraction and beauty of classical music. In the upcoming event, “A Journey with Mozart,” the professor and keyboard program coordinator invites students from all fields of study to join violinist Bin Huang and herself in their love for Mozart, free of charge.
Finding fresh authentic food can be difficult — Palm Palace gives good reason to try something new and local. Providing the best food is their number one priority, said CEO Mustafa Dakroub.