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It’s time to get down to business with OU’s school of business

Ariel Themm, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2017

The Princeton Review ranked Oakland University’s School of Business among the best in the nation, based off a survey of 23,000 students and administrators from over 260 schools.  Michael Mazzeo, Dean of School of Business, has been in his position for many years. “I think that what we really have here is special faculty where we have high human touch approach,” Mazzeo said. “We offer the Achieve Program and we really want to help all the students with their development as wel...

Police Files Nov. 15, 2017

Mary Siring, Staff Reporter
November 14, 2017

A hit and run On Oct. 29, an Oakland University Police Department officer was dispatched to P36 for a report of a hit and run accident. Dispatch was advised that the caller witnessed a blue SUV with an orange Detroit “D” on the back window strike a silver Pontiac G6 and then drive off. Dispatch, upon reviewing camera footage, watched the event take place and observed the suspect drive to the P32 parking structure and park. The driver, later identified, was seen getting out of her car and w...

Sports

Golden Grizzlies defeat the Privateers

Golden Grizzlies defeat the Privateers

Dakota Brecht, Staff Intern

November 14, 2017

With the home opener behind them, the Oakland University men’s basketball team looked to continue its hot start against a solid New Orleans team on Nov. 13, the Privateers, coming in off of a loss to St. John's in thei...

Club sports highlight: The running club

Katie LaDuke, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

No runner ever gets left behind with Oakland University’s Running Club. The Running Club was first started in 2012 to promote a common interest of staying healthy and running. Oakland University is one of seven colleges ...

Oakland Volleyball takes on UIC in final regular season match

Oakland Volleyball takes on UIC in final regular season match

Dakota Brecht, Staff Intern

November 14, 2017

One game away from the Horizon League Volleyball Tournament the women’s volleyball team went toe to toe against the UIC Flames with hopes of finishing off the regular season on a strong note. The Golden Grizzlies are coming...

The Golden Grizzlies take home a win from from Robert Morris University

The Golden Grizzlies take home a win from from Robert Morris University

Darcy Dulapa, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

The air was crisp, the fans were bundled up in winter attire and the scoreboard was anxiously counting down the minutes before the Golden Grizzlies club football team stormed the field. The Golden Grizzlies played Illinois’ Robe...

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Life

Oakland’s theatre department delivers a sweet performance to audiences

Oakland’s theatre department delivers a sweet performance to audiences

AuJenee Hirsch, Chief Copy Editor

November 14, 2017

The chatter among the audience went silent as the lights went out in Varner Studio Theatre. In the pitch black darkness thunder clapped, followed by the sound of heavy rain. As the lights came back on, casting a dim glow on the stage, a boy was seen lying on the floor tossing and turning. BOOM! Another clash of thunder echoed throughout the theater and an African American man dressed in all white, dripping with water appeared in the ...

Kroger is launching a…clothing line?

Katarina Kovac, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

Kroger is launching a whole new line of products for its customers, and this time it’s not something they can eat. In an Amazon dominated world, Kroger is trying to stay competitive as it now aims to be a destination for more than just groceries. This is because Kroger is launching its own clothing line. The supermarket chain announced that it will be launching a clothing line next fall as a part of “Kroger Restock,” the company...

Student Org Profile: The Glee Club

Student Org Profile: The Glee Club

Falin Hakeem, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017

Much like the famous TV show, the Glee Club at Oakland University is for students who love to sing, and dance. Before anyone asks, they do not strive to be just like the actors in the TV show. Instead, it's a place to make friends through a shared love of music. “It’s a place for friends to come together and still be part of the arts on campus,” said President of the club Natalie VandenHeuval. VandenHeuval said the Glee Club...

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