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In a Feb. 21 meeting, the City Council voted to eliminate the SMART Bus service in Auburn Hills after 2022.

Auburn Hills City Council opts out of SMART Bus transportation

D'Juanna Lester, Arts Reporter March 9, 2022

On Feb. 21, the City Council of Auburn Hills met at 7 p.m. to vote on SMART Bus transportation. The council voted 5-2 in favor of opting out of the SMART Bus system.  Prior to the vote, Auburn Hills...

The Bear Bus was a mode of accessible transportation on campus before it was discontinued in August of 2020. Many students continue to call for its reinstatement.

Where OU stands on campus accessibility, transportation

D'Juanna Lester, Arts Reporter January 19, 2022

The Bear Bus was a vital mode of transportation for campus accessibility and sustainability before the service was discontinued in August of 2020. In May of 2021 students protested on campus, signs in...

Disability Support Services office in North Foundation Hall listens to all issues concerning student accessibility.

Students and staff tag team the issue of accessibility

Simon Albaugh, Intern Reporter September 27, 2016

The issue of university accessibility has changed from a campaign trail promise to Oakland University Student Congress (OUSC) policy. And in the time since, the efforts of both the Office of Disability...

Junior Ize Spielman, who lives with Elhlers-Donlas Syndrome Type III, a genetic disorder that affects her joints, faces difficulties with Oakland Universitys infrastructure. 

Disjointed campus causes dislocations for student

Grace Turner February 27, 2016

Every morning, Ize Spielman has to pop her shoulder back in place after rolling over to turn off her 4 a.m. alarm.This is the first of many joint dislocations each day.“I dislocate joints from laughing,”...

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