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OU Alumni Association webinar focuses on the power of a personal story

Angelina Toma, Campus Reporter April 24, 2024

OU’s Alumni Association hosted its webinar “Your Untapped Power: Using Your Story to Inspire Transformation” on April 16. The webinar focused on committing to a personal story to uncover power and...

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OU-AAUP hosts first bargaining kickoff ahead of contract negotiations

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Editor April 24, 2024

The Oakland University American Association of University Professors (OU-AAUP) held its first Bargaining Kickoff event to gather and celebrate the support for the upcoming bargaining season.  On April...

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University Housing reintroduces Living Learning Communities

Chloe Kukuk, Campus Editor April 24, 2024

For the 2024-2025 academic year, Oakland University students can live in three new Living Learning Communities (LLC) located in Hillcrest Hall. The Business Honors Program, Ubuntu Village and Lavender...

Looking forward: Campus Master Plans for OU

Looking forward: Campus Master Plans for OU

Mallory Waligora, Political Editor April 24, 2024

Oakland University has officially launched its plans to begin the process of the Campus Master Plan (CMP). This plan outlines the physical transformations necessary to achieve its outlined objectives over...

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Department of Modern Languages hosts Hispanic Career Day at local high school

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Editor April 24, 2024

The Department of Modern Languages held a bilingual Career Day at Pontiac High School for English-learning Hispanic students on April 19.  10 Oakland University faculty members and student volunteers...

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Gender and Sexuality Center hosts Out of the Darkness Walk

Payton Bucki, Content Editor April 17, 2024

On April 7, Oakland University’s Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), hosted an Out of the Darkness Walk at Bear Lake. The walk, which was conceptualized by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention...

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OU Alumni Association webinar talks reclaiming joy in your career

Angelina Toma, Campus Reporter April 17, 2024

OU's Alumni Association hosted its webinar "Beyond the Grind: Reclaiming Joy and Harmony in Your Career and Life" on April 10. The webinar addressed toxic productivity and sacrificing well-being for achievements. Tamu...

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OU-AAUP survey indicates significant decline in faculty satisfaction

Chloe Kukuk, Campus Editor April 17, 2024

A March 2024 survey conducted by the American Association of University Professors at Oakland University (OUAAUP) shows a significant decline in faculty satisfaction on Oakland University’s campus in...

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Wrongful incarcerations and restorative justice: Stories from former convicts

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Editor April 17, 2024

The Wrongly Incarcerated panel discussion, hosted by the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR) at OU, brought five diverse speakers together to discuss the impact, testimonies and action plans to...

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Tackling the GRE with Psi Chi Honor Society

Angelina Toma, Campus Reporter April 17, 2024

The Psi Chi Honor Society hosted an informative workshop on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) on April 8 in the Lake Huron room in the OC. This is a reoccurring event hosted by Psi Chi and any faculty...

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April BOT meeting: AI’s impact on campus, CAS progress and new medical sciences M.S.

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Editor April 17, 2024

Oakland University’s Board of Trustees (BOT) held the last meeting for the Winter 2024 semester on April 13. The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences...

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Sophia Nelson and OU PCT program host discussion on healthcare for high school students

Angelina Toma, Campus Reporter April 10, 2024

Oakland University’s Patient Care Technician program (PCT) and Pontiac High School collaborated with award-winning inspirational speaker Sophia A. Nelson to host the “Meaningful Discussions about the...

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