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The Bahoora sisters pose for a photo. Taylor Bahoora (left), Danielle Bahoora (center) and Madelyn Bahoora (right)
People of OU: alumna Taylor Bahoora balances small business, medical aspirations
Sierra Okoniewski, Features Reporter • July 20, 2022

Oakland University biology alumna Taylor Bahoora is hard at work pursuing a career as a physician’s assistant. In her spare moments, however, she is dedicatedly connecting clients to their loved ones...

ASB offers students the opportunity to volunteer for service projects across the country.
Take a trip with Alternative Spring Break
Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter • July 20, 2022

Alternative Spring Breaks (ASB) is a student-led organization that gives Oakland University students the opportunity to volunteer for service projects across the country. Each spring, participants travel...

Take a peek into various career paths with the Post’s column Industry Insider.
Industry Insider: Dr. Rawashdeh points to future of embedded systems
Sierra Okoniewski, Features Reporter • June 15, 2022

Accelerating technology is pushing the field of computer engineering to become more integrative than ever – and embedded systems are a linchpin to the trade’s initiative of “smart” success. Dr....

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OU alumnus and Washington Post photojournalist details coverage in Ukraine
Arianna Heyman, Features Editor • June 15, 2022

After graduating from Oakland University, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Salwan Georges has been busy reporting on numerous topical and internationally significant events. Most recently, Georges...

OU and BHSH System announce nursing school scholarship
OUWB welcomes Class of 2026 with white coat ceremony
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GOP gubernatorial debate takes place at OU
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Internships: Love me, love me not
Leticia Cezário Santos, Marketing Director • July 20, 2022

Dear fellow student,  Sooner or later, this time arrives for us all — the first step of our careers. Whether you have started your first job post-graduation or just identified a senior year internship...

Students share opinions on Roe v. Wade being overturned
Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor • July 20, 2022

June 24, 2022 marks the day where Roe v. Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision, thus ending almost 50 years of the constitutional right to abortion. This now puts the decision of abortion...

What is happening to the so called “Land of the Free”
Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor • July 20, 2022

Back in May I wrote about my opinions on, at the time, the idea of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. Now a little over two months later, the Supreme Court has indeed overturned it and with every...

The Detroit Pistons won the NBA Draft Lottery, giving them the rights to the first overall pick for the first time since 1970.
Breaking down Detroit Pistons' draft strategy with NBA Draft looming
Joseph Popis, Sports Reporter • June 15, 2022

This will be General Manager Troy Weaver’s third NBA Draft as the General Manager of the Detroit Pistons. He has undoubtedly brought a bunch of young talent into this organization throughout his tenure.  In...

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