The Oakland Post

SPB trip lines ‘might have been a record breaker’

Melissa Deatsch

January 24, 2016

Just 92 coveted tickets were available to Oakland University students for Student Program Board’s spring break trip to Disney World. Many were willing to do just about anything to get one. This included spending hours waiting in line,...

Student orgs benefit OU students

Elizabeth Suchocki

January 24, 2016

As the campus expands, so does the number of student organizations and clubs at Oakland. Since last week, the school has approved the addition of three more clubs on campus. This makes a grand total of 308 student organizations.Oakl...

Dorm rooms set ablaze in fire safety demonstration

By Shelby Tankersley

September 9, 2015

Two make shift dorms were set ablaze in a fire safety demonstration hosted by Oakland University and the fire departments from Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills, Sept. 10. “We did this to demonstrate to students on campus th...

Students make it through first day, rain or shine

By Shelby Tankersley

September 3, 2015

Nerves and excitement were at a high, as OU students new and old got back to work on the first day of school.Getting past the first day is quite the accomplishment in some students’ eyes. Especially for incoming freshman, like...

Association of Black Students has a new vision for OU

Contributed by Johnny Ricks

August 31, 2015

Being a student at Oakland University (OU) can be very rewarding, but navigating life at a major university can also be daunting for some young people.  This is especially true for so-called minority students, and few people under...

‘Sex Signals’ combined humor and solemnity to enforce ‘yes means yes’

By Cheyanne Kramer

April 13, 2015

As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Oakland University Student Congress put on a program entitled “Sex Signals” to teach students about safe and consensual sex.The program was included as part of the Greek Week events a...

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