The Oakland Post

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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