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Deadline quickly approaching to study European Immigration Crisis in Italy this summer

Payton Bucki, Content Editor February 26, 2024

This summer, Oakland University students have the unique opportunity to study the European immigration crisis in Italy. However, the opportunity to sign up for the program ends on March 4. Cathy Shafran,...

Finding light at Oakland University

Finding light at Oakland University

Angelina Toma, Contributor February 25, 2024

College students continue to endeavor for success in the classroom. However, some students find solace in furthering their spiritual connections through involvement in student organizations. Those involved...

Inclusion and acceptance, the driving forces behind Best Buddies

Inclusion and acceptance, the driving forces behind Best Buddies

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter February 21, 2024

Best Buddies, an Oakland University student organization, engages in community outreach efforts that goes beyond the acres of OU’s campus. Best Buddies is an international organization with the mission...

OU Athletics Lepley Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony

OU Athletics Lepley Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony

Payton Bucki, Content Editor February 21, 2024

On Feb. 3, the Oakland University Athletics honored the 2024 Hollie L. Lepley Hall of Honor class with a day of festivities. This year's inductees included former volleyball player Samantha Condon,...

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The Future Pediatrics of America — and Oakland University

Angelina Toma, Contributor February 21, 2024

As students attending Oakland University continue into higher education, a newly developed student organization brings awareness to the pediatric aspect of healthcare. Undergraduate students, Lourd...

The Graham Health Center: Keeping the Oakland University community healthy

The Graham Health Center: Keeping the Oakland University community healthy

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter February 21, 2024

The Graham Health Center, located on Oakland’s main campus, prides itself on providing affordable health services for members of the Oakland University community. New this year, students can receive...

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Golden Grizzlies meal swipe drive mitigates food insecurity on campus

Noah Francis, Features Reporter February 21, 2024

Over the course of Feb. 12 to Feb. 16, Oakland University’s Golden Grizzly Pantry and OU EATS Chartwells have partnered with Swipe Out Hunger to create a meal swipe drive during the Week of Kindness...

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Keeper of the Dream: AJ Joseph

Noah Francis, Features Reporter February 21, 2024

Long before making it to Oakland University and majoring in Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences, AJ Joseph’s upbringing led them to find a great passion for the medical field. “I'm in a family where...

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Dr. Heidi Lyons explains her research in the field of sociology

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter February 21, 2024

Heidi Lyons is looking for eager and engaged minds of graduate and undergraduate students alike to contribute to research projects within Oakland University’s Department of Sociology. After earning...

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OU launches its Freedom of Speech contest

Gracie Murray, Campus Reporter February 21, 2024

Is freedom of speech a necessity in order to have a healthy democracy? Oakland University President Ora Pescovitz and Professor Dave Dulio, the director of the Center for Civic Engagement, invite students...

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“Feline Physicians:” Oakland University students co-author a children’s book

Gracie Murray, Campus Reporter February 14, 2024

Valentine’s Day is a season of love. Some Oakland University students decided to give back to children during this special time of year. Dylan Pillivant, a biology student, had always had a passion...

Valentines Day: Its not just for couples

Valentine’s Day: It’s not just for couples

Noah Francis, Features Reporter February 14, 2024

Valentine’s Day is seen as a romantic and joyous time for many, but for those who are broken up or single, the day can be seen as dreaded and miserable. According to Dr. David Schwartz, director of Oakland...

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