The Oakland Post


Toasting to Oktoberfest

September 13, 2011

Theatre students bring a Greek classic to Oakland

By Kevin Romanchik

September 7, 2011

Oakland University's Theatre Program and the Department of Art and Art History teamed up this summer from June 20 to July 14 to take students from Theatre 482 and Studio Art 396 classes to Greece for the Classical Theatre Study in ...

New season for local orchestras

By Sarah Hunton

September 7, 2011

This fall season, is primed with new offerings from local orchestra groups around the area.The Birmingham-Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra is beginning the season with an opening gala at the Pine Lake Country Club on Saturday Sept. 1...

OU has heart — and brains

By John Doe

April 12, 2011

Most people would be squeamish about holding a human heart or brain in their hands. Alison Glinski is not one of those people.As a teacher's assistant for Biology 206, a human anatomy course, Glinski is responsible for teaching her class about the ...

Dictated by rigorous schedule

By Nichole Seguin

April 5, 2011

At 5 o'clock every morning, Oakland University President Gary Russi starts his day with a workout at the Recreation Center, sometimes before it's open for general use.By 6:30, he is done exercising and begins to chisel away at his busy sche...

Professor Profile: Ron DeRoo

By Andrew Craig

February 15, 2011

To say Ron DeRoo is a specialist in his field would be an understatement. DeRoo doesn't just take his work home with him; he lives it."I'm like a hired gun," DeRoo said. "I'm always playing on the side."At age 7 he began playing the pi...

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