The Oakland Post

Aspire to Rise: OU redefines its brand

By Jessie DiBattista

August 14, 2014

Hundreds of graduated high school seniors enroll at Oakland University each year to begin their college education and experience. New classes and exciting clubs await these incoming freshmen, who will dedicate their time and money ...

Construction continues on OU campus

By Jessie DiBattista

April 29, 2014

Tickets and rubble fill the parking lots, noisy machines and tools are heard around campus. "Warning" and "keep out" signs are found around every corner, all bundled up into a fast-growing university.OU's campus is currently und...

Faculty Focus: Fritz McDonald, Associate Professor of Philosophy

By Fritz McDonald

March 30, 2014

Walking to class, I notice students waiting in their cars. I understand there are not enough comfortable places to sit on campus. The Oakland Center should be twice as large. Lecture halls should have more lounge spaces. I wonder h...

Cracking the case: Writing Center event turns students into detectives

By Kailee Mathias

March 21, 2014

Nelli Keyhoe’s remains were found in a milk cart.Now, the question is: who did it?Murder Mystery Night, hosted by the Oakland University Writing Center, invited students to crack this case, along with three others. The cases wer...

TOP 10 reply-allmailgeddon 2014

By Scott Wolchek

March 11, 2014

10. Alivia Gappy - I think this is the most interesting thing that’s happened to OU all year.9. Alexia Atkins - can we just continue this? It’s like having real friends8. Anthony Weed - So did anyone actually take poor jas...

Vaccination Nation

By Oona Goodin-Smith

January 27, 2014

We hear and see it everywhere from the chronic sniffler in the back of the lecture hall to the frequently empty chair next to us in class. Flu season has come to OU, and this year, it’s at an all-time high.“Flu has already...

Native Michigander shares experiences through poetry

Brian Figurski

October 24, 2013

Laura Kasischke spoke as the honorary guest poet during the 26th Maurice Brown Memorial Poetry Reading Oct. 22.Maurice Brown was a professor at OU, who passed away in 1985. He had a passion for poetry, according to creative wr...

Eye doctor exposure gets national exposure

By Brian Figurski

October 15, 2013

Believe it or not, this world is so much sicker than myself. This area itself is full of danger worse than I could perform.If you don’t believe me, take a look at recent headlines: a Lake Orion optometrist was recently char...

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