The Oakland Post

Konya gets contract extended into 2022

Katie LaDuke, Staff Reporter

August 1, 2017

Oakland University's Director of Athletics Jeff Konya,  signed a five-year contract on June 27. Konya joined  Oakland Athletics in 2014 after spending time with Northeastern State, Memphis and Bucknell. “I’ve been t...

Former Oakland basketball player Bellin injured in Brussels bombings

Sam Schlenner

March 22, 2016

Among the injured of Tuesday's Brussels bombings was former Oakland men's basketball player Sebastian "Seb" Bellin.CNN published quotes from Bellin's wife Sara saying that Sebastian's lower body was severely damaged."He was rushed to a local hospital," an Oakland news release said.The attacks "killed at lea...

Suspect apprehended in strong armed robbery case

December 8, 2015

Rochester Hills resident Howard Trammell has been arrested for the strong armed robbery that occurred last week on the night of Tuesday, Dec. 1 in the Ann V. Nicholson apartment parking lot.The victim was a Hungry Howies pizza del...

OUPD receives ‘strong armed robbery’ report

Rachel Williams

December 2, 2015

On Dec 1, 2015, a strong arm robbery was reported to the Oakland University Police Department.  The incident took place at approximately 6:50 p.m. and occurred in the 7000s Ann V. Nicholson apartments’ parking lot. The vic...

Racial discrimination low at Oakland

By Alexus Bomar, staff reporter

November 30, 2015

Race: an ongoing issue on college campusesThe touchy subject of race has come back into the spotlight, specifically on college campuses.  But, according to research done at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), only 13 per...

A Better yOU: A Healthy Holiday

By: Katie Rose

November 30, 2015

Christmas, Hanukah and Kwanzaa are coming up and it’s that time of the year when we all over eat and curl up on the couch to watch holiday movies and drink hot cocoa. It’s also the time of year when sitting on the couch sounds...

The President’s Report: Midway Through

Nick Walter

November 30, 2015

If I can divert your attention for a brief moment from that looming horror which is finals, I have some updates for you. Recall that in the spring elections for Student Congress, when I ran for President, my platform had four...

Preventative measures taken to prevent further housing problems

By: Cheyanne Kramer

November 28, 2015

With pipe leaks and elevator malfunctions on the forefront of students’ concerns and plans circulating for a new dorm, students had many questions about the safety features and preventative steps taken to keep Oakland University do...

Students march for victims of terrorist attacks

Jake Smith

November 23, 2015

Last Thursday on a freezing cold and windy night, more than 250 students gathered at Elliott Tower to light a candle and march in defense of peace and to honor those killed in the recent ISIS attacks in Paris and Beirut.“The ...

Accessibility committee presents to students and faculty

By: Kelsey Killingbeck

November 21, 2015

Legislators Elijah Sanders and Ryan Fox have made it their goal to make Oakland University accessible to all people, including the physically disabled. That was shown on Thursday, Nov. 19 at Kresge Library with the first offi...

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