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.
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Working at the Eye Research Institute, researcher and science professor Barry Winkler has been working at Oakland University for over 40 years.
Oakland University has received its largest individual donation in the school’s history — a total of $21 million — from an anonymous donor.
The Oakland Post has collected several awards from the 2011 Student Society for News Design contest. Design Editor Jason Willis took home top honors in the Student Designer of the Year contest. “It’s great to be recognized for something I do every week — every day,” Willis said. “It’s just a really satisfying and great [...]
OU women's basketball improves to 2-0 in conference play with a decisive victory over rival UMKC.
Following a 9 percent tuition increase last summer, students will be seeing another hike in tuition this school year because of the projected amount of state appropriations Oakland University will be receiving.
Oakland University's Students in Free Enterprise competed in a national competition in Philadelphia from May 10-12.
Sixty people gathered in the Oakland Center at Oakland University for a talk on the current economic meltdown by Richard Wolff, professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Hands clapped and tears were spilled as the performers took the stage at Glory Phi God's talent show on April 7.
On Monday and Tuesday night, Meadow Brook Theatre welcomed the original comedy, "The Pendergrass Fortune or Liars and Moneygrubbers."
Oakland University Student Congress, as a part of their Global Issues Awareness Campaign, wanted to address fair trade issues in relation to coffee by hosting a viewing of the film Wednesday, April 1 at the Oakland Center.
The documentary about water rights, pollution and privatization was shown Thursday, April 3.
Detroit Free Press metro columnist Rochelle Riley concluded the Gender and Sexuality Center's women's history month celebration in a keynote speech on Thursday, March 26.
By VIRGINIA MANNContributing Reporter The semester is nearing its end, and many students are thinking about putting their resumes together to apply for jobs and internships. To help, Oakland University’s Career Services department presented tips at the “Write (Right) Resumes” presentation on Thursday, March 19 in the Oakland Center’s Lake Michigan Room. The main thing [...]
Saman Waquad, Jackie Craite, Ashley Marthen and Nick McCormick discussed their plans for improving student life at OU Wednesday.
"Nevermore: Macabre Tale" among the pieces premiered by the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance Sunday at Varner Hall.
Aung San Suu Kyi is one of the few Nobel Peace Prize winners (1991) and the only person today who is under house arrest by the Burmese military junta.
The Central Intelligence Agency paid a visit to the campus of Oakland University to recruit Wednesday.
The Emmy-award winning television anchor and reporter mixed blunt advice with humor for OU students Thursday.
Renee Knipe packed 60 students into the Oakland Center Thursday to discuss what it means to be a transgender woman.