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Left to right: Andrea Knutson, Megan Peiser and Ashleigh Dubie doing research while crafting OUs Land Acknowledgement Statement.

How OU students can celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Joseph Goral, Contributor November 2, 2022

Oakland University students and staff benefit from stolen land. In May of 2021, OU adopted a land acknowledgment statement to recognize the campus stands on Anishinaabe land — though several behind the...

Ashleigh Dubie in the middle of a lecture at Bloomfield Hills High School. Now in her fifth year of the English STEP program, she is enjoying her student teaching.

People of OU: English major, educator, LAS architect, Ashleigh Dubie

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2021

A senior in the English STEP program, former OU Sigma Tau Delta president and one of the architects of OU’s Land Acknowledgement Statement (LAS) — Ashleigh Dubie has left her mark on OU and is looking...

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