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Dr. L. Bailey McDaniel inspires students with passion for diversity issues

Dean Vaglia, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

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In Sandra Cisneros’ novel “Caramelo,” the Spanish term “hocicona” is used to describe someone who draws attention to unpleasant truths that are ignored by others. L. Bailey McDaniel is a hocicona. McDaniel is a pr...

10 Within 10 Award recipients happy to be awarded for their work after graduation

Alyssa Ochss, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2019

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The recipients of the 10 Within 10 Award were recently announced by Oakland University’s Young Alumni Chapter, an award given out to alumni who have made an exceptional impact within their professions and throughout their co...

Federal judge rules male-only draft unconstitutional

Laurel Kraus, Managing Editor

March 6, 2019

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Compulsory service, or mandatory military service for a period of time, is currently a requirement for all citizens in various countries including Norway and Israel. A United States Federal Court judge, Gray H. Miller, ruled last ...

Music professor still inspired after 35 years

Taylor Crumley, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2019

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The Oakland University Board of Trustees recently appointed John-Paul White to the rank of Distinguished Professor of Music for his contributions to vocal scholarship, teaching and service. White has been a part of Oakland U...

New associate VP for Enrollment Management hopes to improve OU

Bridget Janis, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2019

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Since Oakland University's establishment in 1957, Dawn Aubry is the first woman to be the associate vice president for Enrollment Management. Gaining the responsibilities that come with this job allows Aubry to play a part i...

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