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OU alumni Ryan Pendleton speaks about finding your career path after college

Noah Francis, Features Editor April 3, 2024

Sometimes through college, you may think you are suited for one job after you graduate, but life takes you down a completely different path. Maybe it is not the job you expected, but in the end, it works...

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‘It’s great to be back home:’ An exclusive interview with Peter Lucido

Mallory Waligora, Political Editor January 24, 2024

On Thursday, Jan. 18, The Oakland Post sat down with Macomb County Prosecutor Peter J. Lucido to conduct an exclusive interview. Lucido is a proud Oakland University alumni, and he described his experience...

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College Republicans of OU hosts luncheon with Peter Lucido

Mallory Waligora, Political Editor January 24, 2024

On Jan. 18, the College Republicans of Oakland University hosted a luncheon with special guest Peter J. Lucido, the Prosecutor of Macomb County. While at the luncheon, students asked questions and had...

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OU Alumni Association hosts Georgia Homsany for a goal-setting session

Noah Francis, Features Editor January 17, 2024

As the new year rolls in, many people try to improve themselves by participating in New Year’s resolutions. While some are able to achieve their new goals, many find their resolutions to be too challenging...

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Leadership OU taking applications for 2024-25 cohort

Dayshawn Fields, Features Reporter December 13, 2023

Leadership OU, in its 10th year after being established in 2013, is looking to make more Oakland University undergraduate students aware of the program. After previously being offered to only upperclassmen,...

From Pioneer to Golden Grizzly: Jean Ann Miller

From Pioneer to Golden Grizzly: Jean Ann Miller

Noah Francis, Features Editor November 15, 2023

Before Oakland University was known for being the Golden Grizzlies, OU was originally home to the Pioneers. While some people can say they left college as a Pioneer, and others can say they left as a Golden...

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Notable OU alumni: Barbara Dale, Randall VanWagoner and Joe Davidson

Ana Gjorgjevski, Features Reporter November 15, 2023

Oakland University is proud to have educated a remarkable group of alumni whose achievements span many fields. The successes of the following OU alumni serve as a testament not only to their talent and...

OU’s first graduating class celebrates its 60th class reunion

OU’s first graduating class celebrates its 60th class reunion

Payton Bucki, Content Editor October 4, 2023

From Sept. 28 to 29, members of Oakland University’s first graduating class gathered on campus grounds to celebrate their 60th class reunion. The Charter Class members were invited to take part in numerous...

Tony Dombrowski and Detroit Tigers baseball player Miguel Miggy Cabrera

People of OU: Podcast host and Detroit sports personality Tony Dombrowski

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor February 23, 2022

In a world where Detroit sports aren’t necessarily doing amazing things, it can be hard to talk about them while staying positive. But Tony Dombrowski has created a community with which he constantly...

Former Post editor Cayla Smith talks representation, mental health and working in journalism

Lauren Reid, Content Editor February 2, 2022

Dreaming and goal setting are instrumental in Oakland University alumna Cayla Smith’s post graduation mindset. The Post’s former campus editor, Smith currently works as a Multimedia Journalist for...

OU alumus and mentor Nick Siekirk pictured with mentee Rachel Cook.

Leadership OU connects students and alumni for networking opportunities

Rachel Yim, Science & Technology Reporter January 19, 2022

For OU students who are looking for various opportunities in their fields, the Leadership OU program connects both graduate and undergraduate students with successful OU alumni, and provides leadership,...

Artist Julianne Webbs paintings Diptych for the Current Times: Era of COVID-19 & Civil Unrest in America and Self Care Strategies featured in the La Piturra art exhibition. The gallery will be open in the Oakland Center until Oct. 24.

La Pittura alumni art exhibition in Oakland Center

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor October 6, 2021

The 2021 La Pittura art exhibition — organized by Oakland University’s Art and Art History Organization — is on display in the lower level of the Oakland Center (OC) until Sunday, Oct. 24. The gallery...

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