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People of OU: Professor Andrea Eis

Ana Gjorgjevski, Features Reporter November 1, 2023

If you had asked Professor Andrea Eis over forty years ago where she would be today, the answer would not have been Michigan. Eis always thought she would end up in a big city, like Los Angeles or New...

Justice Johnson and mural in 88.3 WXOU Live Station

Positive Space: Justice Johnson

Bella Javier, Arts Editor July 20, 2022

What do you want to be when you grow up? This issue’s Positive Space artist, Justice Johnson, said he grew up wanting to be a cartoonist for Cartoon Network. What started out as a fascination for cartoons...

International student Ayman Ishimwe standing outside of Elliott Tower. A man of varied interests and talents, Ishimwe hopes to continue connecting with people and learning more about OU this school year.

People of OU: International Student Ayman Ishimwe

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

International student, computer scientist, photographer extraordinaire — Ayman Ishimwe, a graduate student studying software engineering and information technology, left his home in Africa in pursuit...

German artist gives insight about her work and technique in photography

German artist gives insight about her work and technique in photography

Cayla Smith, Campus Editor January 24, 2021

On Wednesday, Jan. 18, Oakland University’s Art and Art History department hosted a virtual art lecture featuring German artist Christiane Feser. Christiane Feser presented her lecture live from her...

Calling all photographers, OU wants you

By Sean Gardner October 27, 2015

Oakland University is hosting a fall photo contest for photographers to show off their favorite fall view on campus. Entries will be accepted until Nov. 2.Interested photographers can enter their photo...

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