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Students help with different organizations on OU Day of Service.

CSA hosts 12-hour Day of Service

Laurel Kraus, Managing Editor November 9, 2016

After the success of Oakland University’s annual Make a Difference Day, the Center for Student Activities and Leadership Development will be hosting OU's fifth annual Day of Service. The event will...

Attendants were able to see their names written in different languages.

2016 International Night costume party

Robert Ogg, Intern Reporter November 1, 2016

Studying abroad or being involved in an exchange program can be an intimidating experience. Often times, those who go to school abroad are far away from home, surrounded by new people and immersed in a...

Students camped outside the Oakland Center on Tuesday, Sep. 27 for tickets of the SPB hosted trip to New York City that were sold on Wednesday, Sep. 28.

SPB New York City trip

Robert Ogg, Intern Reporter October 3, 2016

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 9 a.m., tickets for the SPB-sponsored New York City trip went on sale at the Center for Student Activities and Leadership Development service window in the basement of the Oakland...

Student Organization Programs assistant director position filled

Paige Brockway, Editor-in-Chief August 18, 2016

Stephanie Jurva has been selected as the new assistant director of Student Organization Programs. Her position became effective August 8. In this role, Jurva will help coordinate all student organizations...

New student liaisons begin term with Board of Trustees

Grace Turner , Managing Editor August 17, 2016

New student liaisons to the Board of Trustees were selected and began their term this month. Cassie Hock, a senior studying human resource development, and Sean Foe, a junior in cinema studies,...

Greek Week unites fraternities and sororities in friendly competition

Greek Week unites fraternities and sororities in friendly competition

Elizabeth Suchocki April 11, 2016

As the semester comes to an end, Greek Week begins. Greek Week is a weeklong event in which members of fraternities and sororities come together on teams and compete in an event each day.This year’s...

Oakland welcomed Dr. Jacquelyn White, a renowned psychologist who specializes in sexual assault research at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. 

Jacquelyn White presents on sexual assault

Sarah Lawrence April 5, 2016

In a survey conducted by the Association of American Universities (AAU), one in four women reported experiencing sexual assault on their college campus.On April 4, the Violence and Abuse Resource Consortium...

The world came to OU at International Night

Amy Swanson April 3, 2016

Student Congress held their International Night event the night of April 1.It was at 6 p.m. in the OC. As it was the Globe Edition, attendees could experience many aspects of different cultures around...

On Jan. 19, SPB announced the artist for spring concert, Andy Grammer with special guests Oh Honey and COIN. 

Honey, are you good? Andy Grammer comes to OU

Alexus Bomar January 24, 2016

The Student Program Board (SPB) announced on Jan. 19 that Andy Grammer will headline the spring concert on April 15 at Meadow Brook Music Festival. The opening acts will be the indie pop band “Oh Honey”...

On Friday, Jan. 8, the Student Program Board promoted tickets to its annual spring break trip. Mickey and Minnie invited students to get more information on the trip to Walt Disney World resorts in Orlando, Florida. 

We’re going to Disney World!

Sarah Lawrence January 10, 2016

It is never too early in the semester to start thinking about spring break. Pack your swimsuits and sunglasses! The Student Program Board of Oakland University has revealed the mystery destination of...

Its On Us campaign kicks off

‘It’s On Us’ campaign kicks off

Jake Smith January 10, 2016

Following the kickoff event on Jan. 6 of the ‘It’s On Us’ campaign sponsored by the Oakland University Student Congress, OU will be spreading awareness and prevention of sexual assault this semester.The...

The ceiling of the capital building in Lansing, Mich. 

Students learn about Lansing, Michigan at State Capitol road trip

By Alexus Bomar, staff reporter November 15, 2015

A Road Trip to the State’s CapitalBy Alexus Bomar Students had an opportunity to learn more about Lansing, the State Capitol and Michigan overall. Every year, the College of Arts and Sciences features...

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