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HOMES hosted a painting event called “Destress with Bob Ross” in the 
Oakland Center in April to relax before finals. Eboard members Pooja
Patel, Hannah Brendle and Meghan Savel proudly display their artwork.
Find a home with HOMES
Sarah Gudenau, Graphic Designer • May 26, 2021
Healthy, Optimistic, Mindfulness, Education, Stability (HOMES), an Oakland University mental health student organization, has remained active despite challenges related
Assistant Professor Chiaoning Su receives the 2021 Excellence in Teaching Award.
Excellence in Teaching Award recipient reflects on personal journey, proudest achievements
Tori Coker, Contributor • May 26, 2021
Hailing from political origins in Taiwan, assistant professor Chiaoning Su is a lifelong storyteller and master of meaningful connections. These attributes have culminated in five successful years at Oakland
At his childhood home in Capac, MI, Jeff Thomas takes a break from his birthday celebration to pose with his two younger brothers.
Introducing our new Editor-in-Chief Jeff Thomas
Bridget Janis, Features Editor • May 26, 2021
With a passion for writing and a lot of life experience, Jeff Thomas takes on the role as the 2021-2022 editor-in-chief of The Oakland Post. He brings fresh ideas and an
OU’s National Association for Music Education chapter receives recognition
‘Parrots of the Caribbean’: professor uses genomic mapping to save parrots
“We see it as an injustice”: OUSWC organizes protests to reinstate Bear Buses
OU PRSSA hosts second Mocktail Networking Night
Zeke Banks (Chris Rock), and his partner, William Schenk (Max Minghella) investigate one of the murders happening in "Spiral: From the Book of Saw".
"Saw" franchise revived with "Spiral"
Bridget Janis, Features Editor • May 26, 2021

The “Saw” franchise is on its ninth film, and the plot is still going strong with new plot lines and twists around every corner. “Spiral: From the Book of Saw” finally had its long awaited theatrical...

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Letter from the editor: Stepping out of the storm
Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief • May 26, 2021

I’ll start this off by saying how grateful I am to be here. It is of course a privilege to have a platform and to be heard. In a time when many of us find ourselves alone and feeling like we’re carrying...

As we reopen from COVID-19, let's not forget about children
Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Campus Editor • May 26, 2021

Last week, in a significant step in the progression toward normalcy, the CDC announced that “fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where...

Diane of Netflix
Netflix’s "Bojack Horseman" influenced my work as a journalist
Sarah Gudenau, Graphic Designer • May 26, 2021

Netflix’s "Bojack Horseman" may have ended in January of 2020, but its pressing social commentary on modern issues keeps it feeling relevant. As I begin my path as a reporter, I can’t help but reflect...

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