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Getting rights right

Isaac Martin, Political October 18, 2016

Protests grow violent and lawsuits run rampant because something is skewed in our society. From the hallowed chambers of the Supreme Court to our very own campus in Suburbia U.S.A.,  a subtle shift has...

This isn’t liberalism

Alex Stevens, Political Columnist September 13, 2016
To demonstrate how far removed modern liberalism is from its philosophical roots, we can turn to Hillary Clinton—the Democratic nominee for president and the standard-bearer of what has become known as liberalism in America.

Editorial: Don’t give OU the cold shoulder over its snow day decisions

By Jon Davis January 8, 2014

Oakland University just can’t win.If they keep classes going, people complain. If they cancel classes, people still complain. They’re in a fight they just can’t win, and the student body won’t...

Internships− don’t give away your labor

By Editors October 22, 2013

Many companies in the Oakland-Macomb area take on interns and help them hone their skills while paying them a modest stipend for their efforts.Internships can be a great way to get references, hands-on...

September 11- in remembrance

September 11- in remembrance

By editors September 10, 2013

Twelve years have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, in which 2,996 people lost their lives, more than 6,000 people were injured and an entire nation was shocked.The resulting Operation Enduring Freedom left...

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