The Oakland Post

SATIRE: The glory of the Great American Road Trip

Patrick Sullivan, Web Editor

August 1, 2018

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Road-tripping across the US of A has been an American staple since this nation's founding. Starting with the founding fathers taking a quick trot over to see Mount Rushmore after a tough week of fighting Brits, taking a road trip...

SATIRE: Missing yOU

Michael Pearce, Sports Editor

June 6, 2018

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Dear Oakland, It has been almost a month and a half since we were separated by the cruelty of the winter semester ending. I long for you like no other. Since I’ve been gone, I have no words to describe the pain I am in w...

SATIRE: Spooky sightings on campus

Michael Pearce, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2018

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With Friday the 13th rapidly approaching, Oakland University students are already seeing signs of the spiritual world coming to life. The spirits are reportedly only able to be seen by the sophomore through senior classes. “I...

SATIRE: Six ways to make money while sitting on your lazy ass

Michael Pearce, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2018

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1. Drive people from their residence hall to their parking spot Parking at Oakland is… less than ideal. So, when it gets into the wee hours of the night, especially in the cold months. You can sit outside of any residenc...

SATIRE: More than a chef

Michael Pearce, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2018

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The three necessities for survival in human beings are air, water and Dennis’ cooking. Commuters know nothing about this man and what he means to residents on campus who eat in the Vandenberg Dining Hall. For residents like...

SATIRE: Obituary for Stephen Armica

Simon Albaugh, The real Stephen Armica

February 27, 2018

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Stephen Armica, our beloved fictitious humor writer, has left us. In an effort to maintain the memory of his legacy, we wanted to list some of the truly amazing things he has done. When he first started working here, he...

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