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Does the O’rena deploy enough security?

Ally Racey

March 26, 2016

With attendance exceeding 3,500 at six home men’s basketball games this season, is security at the O’rena a concern?Andy Adrianse, director of facilities for Oakland University Athletics, wrote in an email that the school inten...

Women’s basketball wins a pair after losing three straight

Ally Racey

February 15, 2016

Feb. 13—vs. University of Chicago at IllinoisThe Golden Grizzlies (14-10, 6-7) defeated University of Illinois at Chicago (12-12, 3-10) in a 78-73 home match Feb. 13. The game was the annual Pink Game in support of breast ca...

Renewing the faith with a six-game win streak

Kristen Davis

February 7, 2016

Things just looked bad.After Oakland lost to Northern Kentucky at home on Jan. 19, it looked like the preseason hype was just talk — like this team was not what head coach Greg Kampe made it out to be before the season started.The ...

‘Early stages’ of rec center expansion being discussed

Kristen Davis

January 25, 2016

Enrollment at Oakland University has increased each academic year for 17 years straight. Because of this, areas on campus have expanded to adapt to the larger student population.One area on campus that has yet to expand, thou...

Student-athlete advisory committee, campus orgs partner to host first annual Bear Pong event

Katlynn Emaus

January 15, 2016

On Feb. 13th, 2016 there will yet another first at Oakland University — Bear Pong: the Nonalcoholic Social Event.Bear Pong, a large water pong tournament, will be held in the O'rena after Oakland's men's and women's basketball t...

Athletics seeks approval for $6.9 million renovation of the Lepley Sports Center

Grace Turner

October 11, 2015

Oakland University’s Athletic Center has a dirty little secret — the Lepley Sports Center. Connected to the polished Athletic Center and Recreation Center, Lepley seems like a parasite — a blob of storage space and an...

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