The Oakland Post

Letter from the editor: The first amendment matters

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2017

Hey readers, As an aspiring journalist, I am a big fan of the first amendment. Free speech, peaceful assembly, religious freedom, free press and the right to petition. I love it all. It is, in my opinion, the backbone of our...

Cheyanne Kramer performs a monologue at the event.

Coming out on campus

October 18, 2016

Isaiah Brock deserves a break

Paige Brockway, Editor-in-Chief

October 11, 2016

At 22, U.S. Army veteran Isaiah Brock has seen far more than your average college freshman. He spent four years serving in places including Kandahar, Afghanistan and Kuwait as a mortuary affairs specialist. His daily reality...

Editorial: Another week, another closed board of trustees meeting

Kristen Davis

February 15, 2016

Oakland University administration has a history of acting in secrecy, and it appears that despite attempts from students, faculty and the community to convey to campus leaders that the lack of transparency is unethical, the tre...

Yes means yes

Rachel Williams

January 19, 2016

According to a 2014 statistic compilation by Business Insider, 19 percent of college students were survivors of attempted or completed sexual assault.  That same year, nearly 60 American universities and colleges were under invest...

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