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Photo of the Week 11/04/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

November 4, 2015

AIRWAVE PANDEMONIUM // On Oct. 28, WXOU read the famous radio drama" The War of the Worlds" by Orson Welles. The original broadcast was inspired by H.G. Wells novel "The War of the Worlds" and was first performed on Oct. 31, ...

The President’s Report: SWAG and grades

Nick Walter

November 3, 2015

The 'Big 4' gather momentum  Hello Oakland, Last month I gave a brief report on the progress of the four campaign issues that I ran on. This month, I'll go into some more detail on each of those. More Outlets: I've talked t...

A better yOU: Composting

By Katie Rose

November 1, 2015

What comes to mind when you think of being eco-friendly? Do you think of recycling? Or maybe you think about renewable energy sources? Those are great ways to become more eco friendly. But, what about composting?  Most often we f...

Photo of the Week 09/23/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

October 28, 2015

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS // On Saturday, Sept. 19, the Lowry Center for Early Childhood Education held their 50th Anniversary and Rededication. Anticipating another 50 years of achievement, a time capsule was filled with various item...

Photo of the Week 09/16/15

Photo by: Dongfu Han

October 28, 2015

REMEMBRANCE // The Student Veterans at Oakland University and Center for Student Activities held a remembrance honoring first responders during 9/11 at Elliot Tower on Friday, Sept. 11. It began at 8:30 a.m. - 8:46a.m. is when...

Photo of the Week 09/02/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

October 28, 2015

FUN IN THE FOUNTAINS // The fountains in front of the Elliot Tower are more than a visual experience - just ask the women's volleyball team. After a summer of practices and matches, a cooling break was in order, and the fountains ...

Photo of the Week 08/05/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

October 28, 2015

EXPERIENCING SCIENCE // Middle school students spend one week of their summer with Oakland University's School of Engineering and Computer Science. Through the OUTREACH program, these students learn about science through experim...

Photo of the Week 04/15/15

Photo by: Oona Goodin-Smith

October 28, 2015

ART PEACE // Professional touring graffiti artists from U R New York, a part of Artists for Israel, brought peace and paint to the grass outside the Oakland Center on the afternoon of Tues., April 14. Co-hosted by Students for...

Photo of the Week 03/18/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

October 28, 2015

BENDING IT LIKE BACKHAM // TEDx speaker and LGBTQIA+ advocate Ash Beckham visited campus last week to deliver her message of "giving voice to your truth" and spreading authenticity. Beckham's lectures on self-acceptance have gon...

Photo of the Week 03/01/15

Photo by: Dani Cojocari

October 28, 2015

SEEING STARS // "Hollywood in Detroit," a black-tie event hosted by the non-profit Detroit Passport to the Arts (DP2A), rolled out the red carpet complete with paparazzi at the Detroit Film Theatre inside the DIA during break on...

Photo of the Week 02/18/15

Photo by: Dave Jackson

October 28, 2015

SPIRIT FINGERS // Students raise their fingers to support their Grizzlies during a free throw at Sunday's game. This was one of many supportive rituals, chants and dances enacted by the energized student section, led by the Grizz Gan...

Photo of the Week 02/11/15

Photo by: Dave Jackson

October 28, 2015

COILS FOR THE CURE // Anthony Bogedin (left) and Jason Gorski (right) are on a team of Oakland University students developing new ways to destroy leukemia cancer cells by using heat-induced magnetic fields. The apparatus the st...

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