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Meadow Brook Garden Club: Keeping a green thumb through the summer

Noah Francis, Features Editor July 24, 2024

Summer can be a rewarding opportunity to try new activities and learn new skills, and with Michigan's sunny summer weather, gardening is a great skill for any Michigander to pick up. For those still living...

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OU student Danielle Pagano makes waves in the Metro Detroit art scene

Payton Bucki, Content Editor July 24, 2024

For Danielle Pagano, art is more than just a hobby. Art is an escape, an outlet to express her feelings and a way to connect with others. However, Pagano never viewed art as a way to make a livelihood...

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The Muscle Biology Laboratory at Oakland University

Angelina Toma, Campus Reporter July 24, 2024

The Muscle Biology Laboratory at Oakland University, organized by Dr. Vandré Casagrande Figueiredo two years ago, focuses on research in biology and muscle growth. “When I was young, I started in...

Farewell, Posties: Saying goodbye to The Oakland Posts 2024 graduates

Farewell, Posties: Saying goodbye to The Oakland Post’s 2024 graduates

The Oakland Post April 24, 2024

All good things must come to an end. The eight staff members graduating from The Oakland Post this semester are experiencing the bittersweet sentiment of this classic phrase in the last week of their college...

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OU students detail their favorite campus events from Winter 2024

Noah Francis, Features Editor April 24, 2024

The snow is gone, the grass is becoming green and the temperature is warming up again. This means two things: spring is finally upon us, and the OU winter semester is coming to a close.  From club...

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Study habits from across Oakland University

Noah Francis, Features Editor April 17, 2024

Studying can be a difficult time for students, especially during their preparation for final exams. With the stress levels high and the morale low, mindless studying can feel unfulfilling or as if it does...

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The science behind the solar eclipse

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter April 17, 2024

Last week’s solar eclipse may have fascinated the minds of many as they witnessed it, but the science behind it leaves the mind open for even greater fascination.  Dr. Kapila Castoldi, an OU astronomy...

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Oakland University hosts ‘Letters to Lansing’ event

Gracie Murray, Features Reporter April 17, 2024

Oakland University held a “Letters to Lansing” event hosted by the Political Engagement and Civil Discourse group, on Monday, April 8.  The event started out with a discussion by local politicians,...

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Model United Nations team hosts competition for local high schools

Payton Bucki, Content Editor April 17, 2024

On April 5 and 6, the Oakland University Model United Nations team hosted a Model United Nations competition for local high schools. Delegates arrived on campus excited to partake in an intergovernmental...

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PRSSA hosts ‘Mocktail Networking Night’ event

Gracie Murray, Features Reporter April 17, 2024

On Tuesday, April 9, Oakland University’s own PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) organization hosted an event for students to meet with professionals, seek advice and talk about potential...

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OU to host its 36th annual Nightingale Award show

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter April 17, 2024

OU School of Nursing’s 36th Annual Nightingale Award show will be held on May 8, and those honored have been announced by the committee in anticipation of the night.  10 nursing categories will be...

A Conversation with Josh Peck: Former Nickelodeon star visits OU

‘A Conversation with Josh Peck:’ Former Nickelodeon star visits OU

Autumn Okuszka, Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2024

On Tuesday, April 2, Josh Peck of "Drake & Josh" fame visited Oakland University to discuss his rise to stardom in a Q&A hosted by the Student Life Lecture Board (SLLB). Attended by almost 600...

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