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Construction continues on OU campus

By Jessie DiBattista

April 29, 2014

Filed under Campus, News

Tickets and rubble fill the parking lots, noisy machines and tools are heard around campus. "Warning" and "keep out" signs are found around every corner, all bundled up into a fast-growing university.OU's campus is currently und...

Key administrator turnover during 2013-14 academic year, recapped

By Ali DeRees

April 29, 2014

Filed under Campus, News

From retirement of a president to the appointment of a new Chief of Police, Oakland University has had many changes in its leaders in the past academic year.As the 2013-14 school year comes to a close, students and faculty eage...

Every bottle counts: Tiffany Bellomo, Oakland sophomore, raises funds to support Kids Against Hunger

By Kailee Mathias

April 15, 2014

Filed under Campus, Life, Life / Students

Oakland sophomore Tiffany Bellomo raises funds to support Kids Against Hunger through fundraisers and bottle drives.Kids Against Hunger is a non-profit, non-religious affiliated association that aims to feed hungry children al...

Mentorship program a success after its first year, moving for a second

By Kaylee Kean

April 15, 2014

Filed under Campus

Graduation is approaching, and with it the fear of the unknown. Students have begun to ask themselves: What do I do now? Where should I go?One program has risen to try to dispel these fears and make students more prepared for...

Illustrator Matt Kish’s anticipated visit draws attention

By Kailee Mathias

April 8, 2014

Filed under Campus

A student-driven American Studies conference is held in anticipation of Matt Kish visiting OU.  The American Studies program of the English Department held a conference of student presentations leading up to keynote speaker, Matt Ki...

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