The Oakland Post

OU alum overcomes rare chronic disease

Jordan Jewell, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2018

Filed under Life & Arts

Melissa Kwiatkowski developed a love for history while playing pretend in her basement. “I would always teach my imaginary students about history,” Kwiatkowski said. “I come from a family of educators. My mom has wor...

Stella McCartney brings style (and ethics) into the fashion industry

Alexa Caccamo, Copy Editor

September 25, 2018

Filed under Life & Arts, Opinion

Ethics are a set of principles that guide the individual through life by determining what is right and what is wrong, based on their own of values and morals. It is a set of principles that aid in the governing of our behavio...

OU celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Bridget Janis, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2018

Filed under Life & Arts

Hispanic Heritage Month is a time for all Oakland University students, staff and faculty members to come together and celebrate Hispanic culture. The month long celebration takes place Monday, Sept. 17–Friday, Oct. 19 and offers...

Recent celebrity overdoses spark drug abuse conversations

Jordan Jewell, Staff Reporter

September 18, 2018

Filed under Life & Arts

The recent death of rapper Mac Miller has Twitter users calling addiction the “invisible disease,” affecting 2.1 million Americans who admit to taking opiods for recreational use. In 2017, there were over 72,000 deaths caused by...

PR and Strategic Communication program officially launches

Bridget Janis, Staff Intern

September 18, 2018

Filed under Life & Arts

To unveil its new Public Relations and Strategic Communication program, the Department of Communication and Journalism hosted “PR and Strategic Communications in the Digital Age: An Afternoon of Exploration” on Wednesday,...

A tale of two study abroads

A tale of two study abroads

September 11, 2018

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