The Oakland Post

Oakland University currently has no plans to lift the indoor campus mask mandate.

OU plans to keep mask mandate regardless of county changes

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief February 15, 2022

While Oakland and Wayne county, among several others, have announced plans to lift mask mandates in schools by the end of February, Oakland University currently plans on keeping its indoor campus-wide...

As we enter into a fifth semester during COVID-19, Golden Grizzlies offer their top tips for a successful semester.

Golden Grizzlies’ top ten tips for another COVID-19 semester

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor January 19, 2022

As we enter a fifth semester during the pandemic, I think we all are experiencing some sort of burnout — Zoom fatigue, stress, general lack of motivation, mental health challenges and the list goes on....

Students share thoughts on online learning, the good and bad

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2021

For the past 18 months, students and faculty have been grappling with the struggles of a COVID-19 impacted learning environment. I walked around the Oakland Center and asked students to share both their...

COVID-19 school year influenced student academics, health

Lauren Karmo, Managing Editor April 7, 2021

The majority of students have been learning online in the last year due to COVID-19, which has left an impact on their academics, mental health and overall well being. At Oakland University, these students...

Virgil Zeigler-Hill sits at his desk at Oakland University. He has a doctorate in psychology and specializes in interpersonal relationships.

Professor chooses to ‘teach into the void’ for his students

Emily Morris, Managing Editor January 27, 2021

Choosing the “camera on” function in virtual classroom communication is becoming an “ethical problem,” according to Virgil Zeigler-Hill, Ph.D.  To inch closer to in-person class, many professors...

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