The Oakland Post

Mina Fuqua
Mina Fuqua is the chief copy editor of The Oakland Post. She ensures that articles are written in accordance with the AP Stylebook. Additionally, she is responsible for creating pages and overseeing all content production.

Currently approaching her senior year, Fuqua has been with The Post since March 2017. Her interest in journalism formed during her early years of high school when she joined The Chariot, Troy High School’s student newspaper, as a reporter.

In her spare time, Fuqua loves researching astrology. In fact, upon meeting her, one of the first questions she’ll ask is, “When’s your birthday?” Additionally, she enjoys researching historical events, doing makeup and cooking for friends and family.

Pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in communication with a minor in Chinese language, Fuqua hopes to land an opportunity teaching English in China after she graduates in May 2020.

Mina Fuqua, Chief Copy Editor

Jan 09, 2018
The CREAM has risen (Story)
Oct 17, 2017
Review of “Blah Zay Splah” by Twin Falls (Story)
Oct 08, 2017
Bodak Yellow remains No. 1 song on Billboards Hot 100 for second week (Story)
Oakland University's independent student newspaper
Mina Fuqua