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The lack of classroom space at Oakland University has become more apparent since the return to in-person classes. 

Spanish Department retains most in-person classes despite lack of space

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor March 23, 2022

Since the return to in-person classes at Oakland University, the lack of classroom space has become more apparent. The Spanish Department in particular felt the impact of the space deficit, but faculty...

Students have mixed reactions to Oakland Universitys plan to maintain the indoor mask mandate.

OU community reacts to continued enforcement of mask mandate

Arianna Heyman, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022

On Feb. 13, Oakland County officials announced they would no longer require schools to enforce a mask mandate. Despite the decision from the county, OU stated they will continue to require that students...

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered the college experience for many. What did OU students have to say about the experience?

OU students comment on COVID-19 college experience

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor December 8, 2021

Students at Oakland University, no matter their major or year, generally feel the same way about attending college during the pandemic: pretty bad. COVID-19 has proved a challenge to many universities,...

In-person classes and winter break ‘expected’ for semester

In-person classes and winter break ‘expected’ for semester

Emily Morris, Managing Editor January 16, 2021

Some previously remote classes will be in person starting on Tuesday, Jan. 19. This shift may also impact the add-drop date (Wednesday, Jan. 20) and winter break (Saturday, Feb. 20 to Monday, March...

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