The Oakland Post

‘The Diary of One Who Disappeared/Needle Point’ — exploring love, disapproval, addiction through song

Katie Valley, Campus Editor

February 13, 2019

Filed under Life&Arts

The musical tale of a man seduced by a Roma woman dealing with family and self disapproval and a story of a character facing addiction will come together for a song cycle event by Oakland University’s School of Music, Theatre and Da...

Jazz program hosts first High School Jazz Festival

Bridget Janis, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2019

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The Oakland University Jazz program hosted its first annual Oakland University High School Jazz Festival on Saturday, Feb. 2, giving high school jazz members the opportunity to play for OU faculty and be critiqued before they au...

Alum’s journey through subscription industry

Laurel Kraus, Managing Editor

January 31, 2019

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The life of an entrepreneur is no mystery to 2006 Oakland University alumnus Christopher George, who has undergone three successful business endeavors in the subscription industry. “I get excited on Sunday night because I...

Biology professor studies global river ecology

Taylor Crumley, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2019

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One of Oakland University’s own was the leader of a recently published global study of river ecology in the journal, Science Advances. In the study, Dr. Scott Tiegs, associate professor of biology at OU, observed and analyz...

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