The Oakland Post

OU has heart — and brains

By John Doe

April 12, 2011

Filed under Life&Arts, Weekly Puzzles

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

Filed under Life&Arts

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

Filed under Life&Arts

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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