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Terri Towner, professor of political science and former advisor of Nu Omega, has been nominated as president-elect of Nu Omega’s national office — Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA).
OU professor selected as president-elect of PSA Honor Society
Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter • September 28, 2022

Terri Towner, professor of political science and former advisor of Nu Omega, has been nominated as president-elect of Nu Omega’s national office — Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA). PSA is the only national...

McWilliams received her associate’s degree in paralegal studies from OCC and is now working towards getting her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at OU. She plans on going to law school after graduating.
Becoming a Golden Grizzly: Emma McWilliams details her transfer to OU
Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter • September 28, 2022

The Fall 2022 semester marked a new beginning for junior Emma McWilliams’s educational journey. McWilliams is a transfer student from Oakland Community College (OCC), where nearly 50% of students who...

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How to get involved with Rec Well Sports
Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor • September 22, 2022

Oakland University has a deep history when it comes to Rec Well Sports as Greg Jordan, the current director of the Rec Well, is the former president of the National Intramural and Recreation Sports Association...

Sophomore Hannah Rybski at Wembley Stadium June 18, 2022
“Just let me adore you,” — Why OU students love Harry Styles
Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter • September 21, 2022

Grammy Award winner Harry Styles is one of the biggest names in pop music today. Styles rose to fame through the boy band One Direction, formed on “The X Factor UK” in 2010. While together, the band...

After numerous delays, OU administration approves installation of feminine hygiene dispensers
SPB presents ‘Uncharted’ in the Habitat
Students learn of unique opportunities at Study Abroad Fair
SPB tribute night celebrates Harry Styles, Taylor Swift
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‘Look Both Ways’: What if it was all different?
Leticia Cezário Santos, Marketing Director • September 28, 2022

*Spoilers ahead* Here we are — the first month of classes is almost gone, and you might still be wondering what this semester will look like for you. Besides that, if you are about to graduate, you...

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'Purple Hearts': Netflix's divisive military love story
Leticia Cezário Santos, Marketing Director • September 14, 2022

Summer is gone, but that does not mean your watchlist has to end. From May to August, Netflix launched at least 20 movies — one of which being “Purple Hearts.” The movie — which stars Sofia Carson...

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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...

Lessons a future OU football team could learn from Friday Night Lights
Super fulfilling things to do this summer
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