The Oakland Post

The real weight of a 4.0

Shelby Tankersley, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2016

Filed under Life&Arts

The almighty 4.0: glorious and virtually unattainable. Student Congress has been working to make it easier to attain, causing dedicated students all over OU to breathe a sigh of relief. Certainly flawless grades will make life...

Finding the bright side of a rough internship

Shelby Tankersley

January 10, 2016

Filed under Life&Arts

The Google search “why you shouldn’t have an internship” yields over 1.7 million results. On top of that, there are editorials written by former students published in news outlets like Forbes and USA Today on why they regre...

The Spirit of Anthony Spak

Adam Kenney, contributor

January 3, 2016

Filed under Life&Arts

Internships are common place among college students and are often seen as being just a part of the curriculum. Another class to take.  A requirement. Few students have the chance to reignite the spirit of an entire city, brain...

OU deems internships important for students

By LeeAnn Brown

September 8, 2013

Filed under News

To infinity … and beyond!These iconic words are familiar to several of us as the great Buzz Lightyear’s motto from the Toy Story trilogy.Most of us will never be space rangers and the concept of infinity boggles our minds, bu...

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