The Oakland Post

Geocaching club growing in popularity

By Postie Editors

September 14, 2011

With the addition of the Oakland University Geocaching Club, a new student organization present on campus, students can participate in treasure-hunt style competition.Geocaching is the process of using a GPS to search for and locate cache...

OU student involves herself in Jewish community, has big aspirations

By Sarah Wojcik

September 14, 2011

Alyssa McMillan, a junior majoring in journalism and minoring in Judaic studies, is not sitting on the sidelines of what she believes in — she is getting involved in her community and making an impact on those in need.McMill...

The Freshman Experience

September 14, 2011

Theatre students bring a Greek classic to Oakland

By Kevin Romanchik

September 7, 2011

Oakland University's Theatre Program and the Department of Art and Art History teamed up this summer from June 20 to July 14 to take students from Theatre 482 and Studio Art 396 classes to Greece for the Classical Theatre Study in ...

Social networking worth jeopardizing privacy?

By Kevin Graham

September 6, 2011

Services like Facebook and Twitter may have millions of users, but they don't have the best track record when it comes to privacy.Facebook announced some new user protection features recently, and it might be a good time to talk about ...

Medical Brigades kicks off at OU

By Nichole Seguin

September 6, 2011

While some students will spend their winter break opening Christmas presents and visiting family members, a group of Oakland University students will be busy providing medical assistance to people in South America.Medical Bri...

New student org aims to dominate bullying

By Sarah Hunton

September 1, 2011

A new student organization at Oakland University is taking a step to combat bullying.  Students Against Bullying (SAB) aims to bring attention to the issue of bullying at all educational levels and eradicate it.Tara Michener, a grad...

Dance brings student to Ghana

By Sarah Wojcik

September 1, 2011

To the average American, the single-syllable word "dance" doesn't go much further an imagined scene of stretching ballerinas or a group of beat-driven clubbers, but Catherine MacMaster and her colleagues know differently."(Da...

Volleyball adds two to 2011 class

By Mike Horan

August 30, 2011

The Oakland University women's volleyball team has added two players to its roster.  Incoming freshmen, Taylor Humm and Lauren Mammina, are the new faces for the Golden Grizzlies for the 2011 season.Humm, a 5-10 outside hitte...

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