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Course Highlight: HC 2080 – Science and the Late Cold War

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter June 15, 2022

From science courses to art and global perspective courses, the Honors College provides its students with a variety of classes to choose from. This fall, the Honors College will present a course named...

Oak View Hall is home to OUs Honors College.

Honors College offers its students Study Abroad Scholarships

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter February 2, 2022

The Donna and Walt Young Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship was established in 2004, and since its formation, it has become one of the most valuable financial support for undergraduate Honors College students...

Songwriter, skater, actress and future linguist, Bella Javier.

People of OU: Songwriter, skater, actress and future linguist, Bella Javier

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter October 20, 2021

One shocking data point tells us that one language dies out every 14 days, making as many as half of the world’s 7,000 languages expected to be extinct by the end of this century. Every language deserves...

President Pescovitz presenting at Mondays Board of Trustees meeting. Her commitment of $1 million is meant to help propel future leaders.

President Pescovitz gifts $1 million dollars to fund scholarship for future leaders

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2021

This past week, Dr. Ora Hirsch Pescovitz announced that she has gifted $1 million dollars to OU in the form of a scholarship that will be administered by the OU Honors College. Dr. Graeme Harper, dean...

Dr. Plantus has been a professor in the Department of English since 2009.

People of OU: Dr. Doris Plantus

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief September 15, 2021

Professor. Mother. Bilingual Author. Musician. Artist. Winemaker. Auto mechanic. Proud owner of two goats. Excellence in Teaching Award recipient. Woman of numerous talents. These are just a few of...

The Honors Colleges sign outside of Oak View Hall. The Honors College class of 2021 was the largest in history.

Honoring the Honors College’s record breaking 2021 graduating class

Tanner Trafelet, Contributor June 30, 2021

In recent years, the Oakland University Honors College (HC) has asserted itself as one of the premier components of OU’s secondary education experience. A brief recollection of the last three years serves...

President George Hynd speaks to the crowd about his accomplishments at the university and his plans for his last year as president.

President Hynd on final year: Done a lot, still more to do

Sam Schlenner, Sports Editor October 11, 2016

Oakland President George Hynd struck a positive chord at the first president’s report since it was announced that the Board of Trustees will not renew his three-year contract. Hynd will be leaving Oakland...

Nate Fleer was ‘joy’ to friends and family, leaves legacy of kindness

Rachel Williams April 5, 2016

Former Oakland University student, Nate Mark Fleer, unexpectedly died on March 12, according to family members.  He was 25.Fleer was born in Portland, Oregon and later moved to Rochester Hills with his...

Student organization Golden Key hosted its 15th annual PB&J day in the Gold Rooms in the OC where students helped make over 2,000 sandwiches. 

PB&J for a cause

Jake Smith February 7, 2016

On Monday Feb. 8, Oakland University’s Golden Key reserved space in the Gold Rooms of the Oakland Center to crank out as many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as possible in one hour these sandwiches...

Jean Ann Miller is the director of student activities and leadership development. She has dedicated $25,000 to the university as part of the All University Fund Drive (AUFD).

Jean Ann Miller dedicates $25,000 to Oakland University

By Rachel Williams October 4, 2015

Jean Ann Miller, director of student activities and leadership development, has dedicated $25,000 to the university as part of the All University Fund Drive (AUFD).The gift will be spread out over the...

Honors College group looks to publish students work

By Shelby Tankersley October 4, 2015

The Honors College thrives on the intellect and creativity of its students. A group of four students in the Honors College who call themselves the Honors College Critical and Creative Society, or HCCCS,...

Construction continues on OU campus

By Jessie DiBattista April 29, 2014

Tickets and rubble fill the parking lots, noisy machines and tools are heard around campus. "Warning" and "keep out" signs are found around every corner, all bundled up into a fast-growing university.OU's...

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