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April BOT meeting: AI’s impact on campus, CAS progress and new medical sciences M.S.

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Reporter April 17, 2024

Oakland University’s Board of Trustees (BOT) held the last meeting for the Winter 2024 semester on April 13. The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences...

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An experience in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Sophia A. Nelson

Adrian Jimenez Morales, Campus Reporter April 1, 2024

Award-winning journalist, author and political analyst Sophia A. Nelson will visit Oakland University from April 1 to 5 for a series of diversity, equity and inclusion experiences.  Whether writing...

Varner Hall soundproofing issue: New renovations, same old problem

Varner Hall soundproofing issue: New renovations, same old problem

Noah Francis, Features Editor February 7, 2024

Varner Hall, Oakland University’s building dedicated to the School of Music and various departments within the College of Arts and Science, has recently undergone renovations over the 2023 summer break...

University officials continue to navigate a lack of classroom space on campus so students can learn in person in the fall.

Dean’s Office, Office of the Registrar relieve classroom space concerns

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor March 30, 2022

In February and early March, the lack of classroom space at Oakland University shocked the Spanish Department's students and faculty who feared the possibility of many Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 classes...

The film “Hava, Maryam, Ayesha” follows three women and their lives in Afghanistan. The OU community was presented this movie during the Afghan Women Film Festival.

OU hosts Afghan Women’s Festival to spread awareness

Bridget Janis, Managing Editor November 24, 2021

With big news always happening around the world and in other countries, Oakland University’s Film Studies and Production program, along with the College of Arts and Sciences, Student Affairs and Diversity,...

New Dean of OUs College of Arts and Sciences Elaine K. Carey.

College of Arts and Sciences welcomes Dr. Elaine Carey as New Dean

Tori Coker, Content Editor September 8, 2021

Dr. Elaine Carey is an accomplished historian, acclaimed scholar and passionate academic leader. This year, she adds dean of Oakland University’s College of Arts and Sciences to the vast list of roles...

This is ODowd Hall, where Jim Bilinski holds face-to-face appointment with students. Hes guides students personally and academically at OU.

Advisor works for the students, not university

Bridget Janis, Managing Editor March 24, 2021

As a student, when deciding what classes to take or planning out your degree you email your advisor hoping for some guidance in the right direction. For the College of Arts and Sciences, Jim Bilinski is...

Marie Moeller and the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) held an open forum as part of the search for a new CAS dean.

CAS dean candiate Moeller takes part in forum

Dean Vaglia, Staff Reporter February 3, 2021

As part of its search for a new dean, the Oakland University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) hosted an open forum with candidate Marie E. Moeller on Friday, Jan. 29. Hosted by Joseph Shiverly, CAS...

Center for Culture and Globalization established by donation

Dean Vaglia, Staff Reporter January 27, 2021

Funded by the estate of Oakland University graduate Barry M. Klein, a new center dedicated to culture and globalization will be established in fall 2022. The Barry M. Klein Center for Culture and Globalization...

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