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OSI, LVC team up for OU Day of Service

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 23, 2022

The Office for Student Involvement (OSI) and the Leadership and Volunteer Center (LVC) hosted OU Day of Service on Nov. 16 in the Banquet Rooms of the Oakland Center. OU Day of Service is an annual drop-in...

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American Red Cross Club offers students free Narcan training

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 16, 2022

On Nov. 10, the American Red Cross Club at Oakland University hosted a free, virtual Save a Life Narcan Training. This event was conducted to educate students about Narcan, a medication that can be used...

SVOUs one mile road march on Nov. 8.

OU hosts several events for Veterans Week

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 16, 2022

From Nov. 7-11, Oakland University hosted a variety of events for Veterans Week, providing a way for students to learn more about the experiences of veterans and celebrate their service. The week kicked...

Oakland Universitys new West Campus (OWC) is located at 1500 University Drive, just two miles west of the main campus. The building is a shared space with Baker College, and houses the Oakland University School of Music, Theatre and Dance.

SMTD students share experiences, issues during Varner renovations

Joe Zerilli and Bella Javier November 9, 2022

A little over two months ago, Oakland University’s West Campus (OWC) opened its doors to the School of Music, Theatre and Dance (SMTD). The theatre and music departments are mainly utilizing the OWC...

Powerlifting Club offers welcoming environment

Powerlifting Club offers welcoming environment

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 9, 2022

Powerlifting at Oakland University is a new student organization which seeks to provide a welcoming environment for lifters of all experience levels. Christina Johnson, an OU freshman majoring in exercise...

Students who attended the Office of Global Engagement (OGE)’s coffee hour event were able to win free prizes, get free Starbucks coffee, learn more about studying abroad and even get a flu shot.

Office of Global Engagement arranges coffee hour at Elliott Tower

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor November 2, 2022

Students who attended the Office of Global Engagement (OGE)’s coffee hour event were able to win free prizes, get free Starbucks coffee, learn more about studying abroad and even get a flu shot. The...

Meadow Brook Hall hosts Student Film Night

Meadow Brook Hall hosts Student Film Night

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 2, 2022

Meadow Brook Hall hosted Oakland University's Student Film Night on Oct. 26, free to all students. Attendees viewed Stanley Kubrick’s classic movie, “The Shining,” and were given a flashlight tour...

OU faculty panel discussion: Open forum for climate justice

OU faculty panel discussion: Open forum for climate justice

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter November 2, 2022

On Oct. 26, Oakland University Libraries hosted a faculty open panel regarding the topic of climate justice as part of OU’s planned events for Sustainability Month. Faculty members Dr. Thomas R. Raffel,...

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OU alumni share stories of working with state government

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter October 26, 2022

Oakland University alumni working for the Michigan state government visited OU to share their personal experiences in politics and current job responsibilities during a panel and Q&A on Oct. 18 in...

On this years Election Day — Nov. 8, 2022 — Michiganders will decide on three state ballot proposals. The proposals focus on issues regarding early voting, term limit reform, voting transparency and reproductive rights.

Review of Michigan’s three ballot proposals for Nov. 8

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter October 26, 2022

On this year's Election Day — Nov. 8, 2022 — Michiganders will decide on three state ballot proposals. The proposals focus on issues regarding early voting, term limit reform, voting transparency and...

Mike Westfall, the vice president of University Advancement, sat down with The Oakland Post to assist in providing transparency for the potential East Campus development by answering questions and establishing a timeline.

East Campus development questions answered, timeline provided

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor October 19, 2022

Mike Westfall, the vice president of University Advancement, sat down with The Oakland Post to provide transparency for potential East Campus development by answering questions and establishing a timeline. If...

Grizzlies for Choice is a student-led organization that is a chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action (PPGA). The group focuses on educating students about reproductive autonomy and sexual health while advocating for change within the community.

Grizzlies for Choice presents ‘How to Talk About Abortion’

Payton Bucki, Campus Reporter October 19, 2022

The Grizzlies for Choice (GFC) student organization hosted its “How to Talk About Abortion” event in the Lake Michigan Room of the Oakland Center (OC) on Oct. 13. The informative meeting focused on...

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