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First presidential finalist announced

Paige Brockway, Editor-in-Chief

April 14, 2017

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An April 14 press release by Board of Trustees Chair Richard DeVore announced the first of two finalists for the Oakland University presidency. Carl T. Camden — president and CEO of Kelly Services, a staffing company in Troy...

Hybrid classes to appeal to nontraditional students

Laurel Kraus, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2017

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For students juggling classes, jobs, internships and organizations, it can be difficult to find ways to make everything fit. Oakland University will offer 14-week and seven-week accelerated hybrid classes at the Anton/Frankel...

Screenplay Contest underway: Professors offer advice to contestants

Robert Ogg, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2017

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The Creative Writing program is hosting the Oakland University Screenplay Contest. The 2017 contest has two categories: short form and feature film. Students and faculty can enter both categories, and the contest is open ...

Police Files: April 5, 2017

Robert Ogg, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2017

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Pretending to be handicapped At 9:15 p.m. on March 3, a patrol officer saw a woman park her car in a handicapped spot in the P1 parking lot. As the woman exited her vehicle, the officer approached her. The officer asked for ...

Communication professor to be honored with Googasian Award

Amy Swanson, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2017

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Come spend an afternoon celebrating successful women and gender studies students, as well as one of Oakland University’s accomplished and influential women. The Women and Gender Studies Program Spring Awards Luncheon and the 25th Annual Phyllis Law Googasian Luncheon are on Apri...

Hynd discusses achievements in State of the University Address

Grace Turner, Managing Editor

April 4, 2017

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In his State of the University Address on April 4, Oakland University President George Hynd discussed achievements and predicted a bright future for OU. As this is Hynd’s last year as president, his speech summarized points...

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