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The importance of getting involved on campus

Hannah Chretien, Contributor November 22, 2023

Oakland University offers more than 300 student organizations to choose from and an abundance of event, leadership and volunteer opportunities to be a part of. With the ability to get students involved...

The OSI: Supporting students in maximizing their college experience

The OSI: Supporting students in maximizing their college experience

Noah Francis, Features Reporter September 20, 2023

Across Oakland University’s campus, there is an abundance of clubs and organizations students may pursue. From creative clubs, academic clubs, sports clubs and many more, OU is home to over 300 student...

Kindness Week 2022 will be on Monday, Feb. 14 until Friday, Feb. 17.

Spread kindness to the community during Kindness Week 2022

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor February 11, 2022

The annual Kindness Week is scheduled for Monday, Feb. 14 through Friday, Feb. 17 at Oakland University. Hosted by the Office for Student Involvement (OSI) and the Leadership and Volunteer Center (LVC),...

MLK Day of Service takes place Jan. 19.

Annual MLK Day of Service to take place Jan. 19

Joseph Popis, Sports Reporter January 12, 2022

Editor's Note: This event was recently shifted to an entirely virtual format. That being said, certain service activities may be altered. On Jan. 19, The Office for Student Involvement (OSI) is hosting...

The outside of OSIs office downstairs in the Oakland Center. OUSC President Andrew Romano is asking questions about how the department is spending tuition dollars.

Student Body President concerned over OSI spending SAFAC dollars

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief November 23, 2021

Questions are being raised about the transfer of tens of thousands of dollars since June from Oakland University's Student Activity Fund Assessment Committee (SAFAC) organizations to the Office for Student...

The walls outside the OSI have posters with QR codes for various student organizations.  The OSI helps students get involved on campus.

How to get involved on campus during a pandemic

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor October 20, 2021

Socialization has innumerable health benefits, and it’s needed now more than ever in the midst of isolation, social distancing and online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A great way for Oakland...

A look at empty offices inside of OUSCs office. With all the recent turnover and special elections coming soon, the space will be seeing some new faces.

OUSC in rebuild following E-Board resignations, Legislators striking over pay

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief October 1, 2021

Oakland University Student Congress (OUSC) is rebuilding mid-semester following a Legislator strike over unpaid wages that led to the resignations of six members of the Executive Board (E-Board) including...

Students mingling during Fridays All Night Party. The OSI-hosted event featured movie screenings, games and lots of food.

OSI hosted a “super” All Night Party

Bridget Janis, Managing Editor September 29, 2021

Students at Oakland University wanting to have a "super" time had the opportunity to attend the All Night Party last weekend. With the theme being superheroes, the All Night Party went from 7 p.m. to 2...

Former OUSC President Adeline Perhogan and Vice President Annabella Jankowski.

Student Congress President, Vice President resign minutes before impeachment hearings

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief September 24, 2021

Oakland University Student Congress (OUSC) President Adeline Perhogan and Vice President Annabella Jankowski have both resigned prior to their impeachment hearings. Their resignation coincides with the...

Virtual day of service continues, celebrates Dr. King

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter January 20, 2021

According to Bernice King, the youngest daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., 2020 was “a year of extremes” that emphasized the urgent need of creating the “beloved community.”  In celebration...

The pandemic’s effect on classes and campus life

Cayla Smith, Campus Editor January 20, 2021

Professors and faculty weren’t the only ones scrambling to figure out a new way to navigate the virtual world. Student organizations also had to adjust to this new world, especially the student organizations...

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