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Busting Food Myths with OU’s Nutrition Society

Falin Hakeem, Staff Reporter

August 1, 2017

Filed under Life

Ever wondered if diet soda is better than regular in terms of health? What about dark chocolate?  Oakland University’s Nutrition Society is here to bust some of these infamous myths and provide tips on how to stay healthy for...

Changing stories one mentor at a time

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-in-Chief

August 1, 2017

Filed under Life

Freshman move in day is, for many, what starts an 18-year-old's time as an adult. Mom and Dad are there to help unpack the boxes, and then you're on your own. Brie Shines remembers this feeling all too well. By the end of the...

Volunteers Are Bringing Music And Sports To Refugee Camps

Mary Siring, Staff Reporter

August 1, 2017

Filed under Life

Individuals from all parts of the world are building bridges and creating avenues of expression within Greek refugee camps. Refugees waiting in the camps are given food, shelter and toiletries- the necessities. The next step is...

A Day at the Dig

A Day at the Dig

August 1, 2017

Greece Study Abroad: Education Unites

John Bozick, Web Editor

August 1, 2017

Filed under Life

During his last official state visit, former-President Barack Obama spoke at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens, Greece. It was here that he announced a program in which the U.S. embassy would partner with...

The Yazidi of the Greek Refugee Crisis

Simon Albaugh, Social Media Editor

August 1, 2017

Filed under Life

Mahamud Murad and his family live in a small caravan under the shadows of shipping containers and barbed wire fences. His family and many others were placed at the far end of the Scaramagas refugee camp for the group's safety....

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