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Terri Towner, professor of political science and former advisor of Nu Omega, has been nominated as president-elect of Nu Omega’s national office — Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA).

OU professor selected as president-elect of PSA Honor Society

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 28, 2022

Terri Towner, professor of political science and former advisor of Nu Omega, has been nominated as president-elect of Nu Omega’s national office — Pi Sigma Alpha (PSA). PSA is the only national...

McWilliams received her associate’s degree in paralegal studies from OCC and is now working towards getting her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice at OU. She plans on going to law school after graduating.

Becoming a Golden Grizzly: Emma McWilliams details her transfer to OU

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 28, 2022

The Fall 2022 semester marked a new beginning for junior Emma McWilliams’s educational journey. McWilliams is a transfer student from Oakland Community College (OCC), where nearly 50% of students who...

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How to get involved with Rec Well Sports

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor September 22, 2022

Oakland University has a deep history when it comes to Rec Well Sports as Greg Jordan, the current director of the Rec Well, is the former president of the National Intramural and Recreation Sports Association...

Sophomore Hannah Rybski at Wembley Stadium June 18, 2022

“Just let me adore you,” — Why OU students love Harry Styles

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 21, 2022

Grammy Award winner Harry Styles is one of the biggest names in pop music today. Styles rose to fame through the boy band One Direction, formed on “The X Factor UK” in 2010. While together, the band...

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OU students share their favorite fall activities

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 21, 2022

With fall approaching, there are many activities that Oakland University students love to do to ring in the season, from watching the leaves change colors — to cider mill season being in full swing. Established...

President Biden at the 2022 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

2022 Detroit Auto Show: Biden’s visit, absent companies and one giant inflatable duck

Leticia Cezário Santos, Marketing Director September 21, 2022

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is back in Detroit after almost three years. The annual exhibition brings to the public and industry experts new models, market tendencies, new technology...

A transformative opportunity: OUWB students and faculty reflect on Auschwitz study trip

A transformative opportunity: OUWB students and faculty reflect on Auschwitz study trip

Gabrielle Abdelmessih and Arianna Heyman September 21, 2022

This past June, 20 medical students from the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine (OUWB) spent a week in Poland as a part of the school’s Holocaust in Medicine program. The study...

A view of OUs campus.

OU community reflects on a new school year

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 14, 2022

School shopping, moving onto campus or even commuting from home - these are just some of the ways students are preparing for the new school year at Oakland University. Sept. 1, 2022 began the first...

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OU students comment on President Biden’s student debt relief plan

Autumn Okuszka, Features Reporter September 14, 2022

On Aug. 24, 2022 President Joe Biden announced his three-part student debt relief plan, a plan that had been a campaign promise since March 2020. The plan promises to cancel up to $20,000 in student debt...

Taiwan’s Premier Su Tseng-chang and Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung pose with NDHU President Chao Han-Chieh, Provost Ma Yuan-Ron, OU students and Dr. Chiaoning Su in Taipei.

Students reflect on OU’s first study abroad trip to Taiwan

Tori Coker, Content Editor September 14, 2022

This past summer, 15 Oakland University students embarked on the school’s first study abroad trip to Taiwan. This program is the product of collaboration between OU and Taiwan’s National Dong Hwa...

The Bahoora sisters pose for a photo. Taylor Bahoora (left), Danielle Bahoora (center) and Madelyn Bahoora (right)

People of OU: alumna Taylor Bahoora balances small business, medical aspirations

Sierra Okoniewski, Features Reporter July 20, 2022

Oakland University biology alumna Taylor Bahoora is hard at work pursuing a career as a physician’s assistant. In her spare moments, however, she is dedicatedly connecting clients to their loved ones...

ASB offers students the opportunity to volunteer for service projects across the country.

Take a trip with Alternative Spring Break

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter July 20, 2022

Alternative Spring Breaks (ASB) is a student-led organization that gives Oakland University students the opportunity to volunteer for service projects across the country. Each spring, participants travel...

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