The Oakland Post

Kallen keeps numerous planners on hand at all times when she is doing school work from home. She has different styles and layouts so she can use whatever works best for her at that moment.
Managing OCD during the pandemic
Katie Rockett, Contributor • April 15, 2021
Everyone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder has unique triggers, and representations of the disability. OCD is
Sign language interpreter challenges and tips to communicating virtually
Katie Rockett, Contributor • April 15, 2021
With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, many jobs shifted online. Some careers had a tougher transition than others based on the nature of the job, including
This is Rebecca Mercado-Jones’ family (Lucia Jones, Dorian Taliaferro Jones, Rebecca Mercado-Jones and Cruz Jones).
Teaching in and out of the classroom: activist, professor and parent
Emily Morris, Managing Editor • April 14, 2021
Activist, professor and mom Dr. Rebecca Mercado-Jones works to spread “radical love,” while answering the tough questions in and out of the classroom. 

OU PRSSA hosts second Mocktail Networking Night
Students demand justice for teen Ma’Khia Bryant
Prescribed burn of OU biological preserves goes ahead
COVID-19 cases still surging, Whitmer supporting new restrictions
Jeff Thomas, Features Editor • April 14, 2021

During a press conference last Friday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced she is supporting new guidelines in hopes of stopping the rapid spread of COVID-19 in Michigan. In response to the fourth wave...

Akil Baddoo celebrates a home run. Baddoo is an exciting young prospect the Tigers nabbed from the Twins.
Akil Baddoo is exactly what the Tigers needed
Matthew Scheidel, Staff Reporter • April 14, 2021

Yes, it’s early and yes, it’s an extremely small sample size, but outfielder Akil Baddoo has brought some much needed excitement to the Detroit Tigers. He’s exactly the kind of player they have been...

The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities in Tahrir Square located in downtown Cairo, Egypt.
Photo Courtesy of Gabrielle Abdelmessih
Egyptian Mummies transported across Cairo in lavish parade
Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Staff Reporter • April 14, 2021

In a dazzling spectacle, Egypt held a monumental ‘Pharaohs’ Golden Parade’ on April 3rd. The mummies of eighteen kings and four queens were transported in grand splendor across the city from The...

Professional procrastinator: the filibuster, could be eliminated
Autumn Page, Staff Reporter • April 14, 2021

After many years of enjoying various government members telling stories on the Senate floor, the rules might change — which makes me very sad. If you’re unaware of the beautiful thing that is a...

The Oakland Post life survival guide
Lack of pettable dogs increases depression, study says
Activate Search
Oakland University's independent student newspaper
Oakland University's independent student newspaper