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Meet the Pioneers

March 27, 2018

Taylor Stinson Elyse Taylor Stinson is an OU alum who graduated in Dec. 2017 with a double major in Cinema Studies and English. She’s a local here in Rochester, Michigan. When she’s not watching...

Flashback: Before the Golden Grizzlies

Flashback: Before the Golden Grizzlies

Cheyanne Kramer, Managing Editor March 27, 2018

Oakland University has a rich history, though being a younger university in comparison to many others in the state. One of the first things to come with the university’s dedication was the motto...

Neal Ruhl: The Voice of the Golden Grizzlies

Neal Ruhl: The Voice of the Golden Grizzlies

Dakota Brecht , Staff Reporter March 27, 2018

“Daniels passes it up top to Nunn, he puts up a three! Of courrssee Kendrick Nunn for three!!” “Oh Isaiah Brock sent that one back like an undercooked steak!!” We have heard these classic lines...

The woman who bleeds black and gold

The woman who bleeds black and gold

Shelby Tankersley, Editor-In-Chief March 27, 2018

We’ve all seen the small blond woman trotting around campus all day and not leaving until the late hours of the night. In the words of CSA Graduate Assistant Hannah Clark, “she’s the woman who bleeds...

10 Restaurants you can get a discount at around campus: GrizzCard is the name, cheaper food is the game

Falin Hakeem , Staff Reporter March 27, 2018

Okay, so let me let you in on a little secret I just discovered. After attending Oakland University for four years, I realized that our GrizzCard holds more power than I thought it did. I’ve only ever...

About the Crew This Issue

The Posties March 27, 2018

 We had an idea last fall to make a features magazine that would tell the stories of college and campus. So, we ran with it. Though there have been attempts before to make a student-run magazine, there...

Oakland’s Living Legend

Oakland’s Living Legend

AuJenee Hirsch, Editor-in-Chief March 27, 2018

It was a snowy Friday morning and Oakland’s men’s basketball team was hard at work in the O’rena. While the players were running up and down the court scrimmaging against each other, Head Coach Greg...

Rate My Professors Chili Peppers Heat Up Conversation

Rate My Professors’ Chili Peppers Heat Up Conversation

Katie LaDuke, Managing Editor March 27, 2018

Mixed feelings about a website many students use every semester have been swirling around the different departments on campus. The website Rate My Professors has been up and running since May 1999 and...

A review of The Meeting House in Rochester

A review of The Meeting House in Rochester

Sadie Layher, Staff Reporter March 27, 2018

The Meeting House is a cute, trendy bistro of sorts located in downtown Rochester. The beautiful sparkling lights paired with the smartly dressed waitstaff made me wonder if I was not supposed to be dressed...

Streaming: Is it dominating or destroying the music industry?

Streaming: Is it dominating or destroying the music industry?

Trevor Tyle, Editor-in-Chief March 27, 2018

Gone are the days of the iPod, CD player and vinyl. There’s a new format controlling how we listen to music—streaming. The numbers don’t lie In recent years, streaming services like Spotify,...

Books that will take you from reality

Books that will take you from reality

Ariel Themm, Staff Reporter March 27, 2018

Although classes will no doubt have all students rushing back and forth to meet deadlines and complete homework, there are some free moments in the chaos. The best way to kick back and relax is to get...

George’s Coney Island is eggcelent

George’s Coney Island is “eggcelent”

Sadie Layher, Staff Reporter March 27, 2018

Secluded in the North Hill Plaza Shopping Center on the corner of Rochester and Tienken Road is a little “ma and pa” restaurant called George’s Coney Island. This coney island stands out significantly...

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