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Legendary OU professor and open government advocate, the late Jane Briggs-Bunting, was inducted into the National Freedom of Information Coalitions (NFOICs) Open Government Hall of Fame on Sept. 30.

Jane Briggs-Bunting inducted into NFOIC’s Open Government Hall of Fame

Lauren Reid, Content Editor October 6, 2021

Known as The Oakland Post’s “guardian angel,” the late Jane Briggs-Bunting was inducted into the National Freedom of Information Coalition’s (NFOIC) Open Government Hall of Fame on Sept. 30. Throughout...

OUSC brings Florida trip petition to President Hynd

Grace Turner, Managing Editor August 30, 2016

Oakland University Student Congress (OUSC) brought a petition against February’s Board of Trustees retreat and Winter College to OU President George Hynd. Zack Thomas, OUSC president, and Anders...

Designs for new residence hall approved at BOT meeting

Grace Turner, life editor April 11, 2016

Designs for OU’s new residence hall were approved at Monday’s board of trustees (BOT) meeting, according to OU’s Communications and Marketing.Construction will begin for “Oakland University Housing...

Tuition hike fails to meet promises

Cheyanne Kramer February 8, 2016

According to the Detroit Free Press, one of the reasons that Oakland’s tuition increased was to supply the Oakland University Counseling Center (OUCC) with two additional counselors.The International...

Terry Foster to go behind the scenes with men’s basketball

By Jackson Gilbert December 5, 2015

The Oakland University athletic department announced this week the hire of local sports radio personality and longtime Detroit News columnist Terry Foster.Foster will write stories about the men’s basketball...

Michigan law to update gun laws, allow concealed carry on campus

Grace Turner October 18, 2015

Michigan law may soon allow concealed weapons in schools. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved Senate Bills 442 and 561 on Tuesday, Oct. 13 that would allow those with concealed pistol licenses...

Oakland University acknowledges Francis firing

Oakland University acknowledges Francis firing

By Scott Wolchek November 11, 2013

Former women’s basketball coach, Beckie Francis, was fired from Oakland University for mentally and emotionally abusing her players, according to a document filed in circuit court Friday, Nov. 8 and...

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