The Oakland Post

WXOU celebrates 48 years with ‘Birthday Bash’

Sam Schlenner

March 25, 2014

They belt out an a capella. He waves her off. “Stop. Stop.” “What? I thought that was pretty good.” “Ko Ko, you have low standards.” “Well, you married me.” The Hard Lessons was just one of f...

Cracking the case: Writing Center event turns students into detectives

By Kailee Mathias

March 21, 2014

Nelli Keyhoe’s remains were found in a milk cart.Now, the question is: who did it?Murder Mystery Night, hosted by the Oakland University Writing Center, invited students to crack this case, along with three others. The cases wer...

Musical duet Duo Sonidos performs in Varner Recital Hall

By Andrew Wernette

March 18, 2014

An audience gathered in Varner Recital Hall last Sunday afternoon, March 16, to listen to musical duet Duo Sonidos. The event was the final one put on by the Chamber Music Society of Detroit at Oakland University this academic ye...

Google Glass competition prepares students for success

By Michael Pulis

March 18, 2014

Oakland University’s School of Business Administration is currently holding a competition among students to develop apps for the Google Glass platform, organized by Amy Rutledge, special instructor of management information s...

‘The Oakland way’ – A conversation with Interim President Betty Youngblood

By Kaylee Kean

March 12, 2014

This month is National Women’s History Month, and in honor of that The Oakland Post sat down for a conversation with Oakland University’s top woman, Interim President Dr. Betty Youngblood, on Friday, March 7.Youngblood was appointe...

Tastes of Africa

Tastes of Africa

February 10, 2014

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