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Recent OU alumna, Jenna Amore, and four other students gathered on Nov. 22 around Elliott Clock Tower to celebrate student accomplishments while protesting OU administration.

OU students turn dance party into protest

Grace Lovins, Senior Reporter January 19, 2022

On Nov. 24 as Elliott Clock Tower struck 1 p.m., five students gathered around for a dance party. Approaching the end of the semester, then senior, Jenna Amore, organized the dance party as a celebration...

Some PRSSA Executive Board members. From left to right: Kaleigh Wright, Emily Osani, Lauren Reid, Madeline Mason and Leticia Santos.

PRSSA hosts “Headshot Happy Hour” to encourage professionalism at OU

Grace Lovins, Senior Reporter October 20, 2021

Oakland University’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter hosted “Headshot Happy Hour” on Monday, Oct. 11 and Thursday, Oct. 15 to provide students with the opportunity to...

Letter to the Editor: My response to anti-vax mandate protests

Maryn O'Brien, Contributor September 11, 2021

The staff and faculty at OU inspire a great sense of appreciation for vehemently upholding the new university vaccine guidelines. After an already difficult start to the fall semester, I applaud their...

Members of the campus community holding up their anti-vaccine mandate signs at last Thursdays rally.

Anti-vax mandate protest: ‘my body, my choice’

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2021

On Sept. 2, people gathered in front of Elliott Tower to protest the university’s vaccine mandate. Students, parents of students, and even individuals with no affiliation to the university participated. The...

Arts students squished into Pillsbury dough tube

Emily Morris, Managing Editor September 16, 2020

Crumbling Varner Hall has at last been replaced by a facility that keeps up with the times and has high-class instruments for music, theater and dance students. After tirelessly requesting, students in...

Earlier this summer, Oakland released a campus master plan for projects to be completed by 2018. Construction has already begun on campus.

How will construction affect student life?

Robert Ogg, Intern Reporter September 6, 2016

Students who have classes in the Engineering Center, Elliott Hall or Varner Hall may run into some construction this semester. The road east of the P-32 parking structure is set to be closed for the rest...

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