The Oakland Post

Discussing the UAW strike

Rachel Basela, Life&Arts Editor

September 23, 2019

United Automobiles Workers (UAW) have long been protesting General Motors (GM) over equal pay, fair benefits and job security. In fact, the UAW workers employed by GM have gone on strike 21 times since 1994. The earliest strike dates back to 1936. As of Sept. 18, 2019...

OU senior moves from recording as a child to becoming general manager at WXOU

Emily Morris, WXOU News Director

September 9, 2019

The geometric buttons shined from repetitive clicking, a step to creating the most professional radio voice. From the spry age of 3, Caitlin Flora began perfecting her tone with simple tape recordings, “talking about random...

Students voice concern over tuition increase

Dean Vaglia, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2019

During the June 10 meeting of the Oakland University Board of Trustees (BOT), the Board unanimously voted to raise student tuition. The 4.4% increase — roughly $20 per credit — is based on then-yet-to-be-approved state funding as a part of the...

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