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Pre-Law Club: Resources for aspiring legal professionals

Payton Bucki, Features Editor February 8, 2023

Are you interested in law, or considering a career in law after graduation? If so, the Oakland University Pre-Law Club may be a great resource for you. The OU Pre-Law Club is dedicated to serving students...

A celebration took place in Cairo, Egypt in 2011 after the president had been toppled following 18 days of protest. The demonstrations were a part of Arab Spring, a time of much political upheaval.

2021 marks 10th anniversary of Arab Spring movements

Tanner Trafelet, Contributor October 27, 2021

The Arab Spring occurred from 2010-2012, with much of the political upheaval — centered on mass protests and riots — taking place in 2011. This movement’s origin is in a small central Tunisian town,...

U.S. Rep Elissa Slotkin, former U.S. Rep Mike Rogers and Fox 2 News anchor Roop Raj at the 9/11: Twenty Years Later panel discussion on Sept. 9.

CCE hosts “9/11: Twenty Years Later”

Lauren Reid, Content Editor September 15, 2021

20 years after the tragic and life-altering terrorist attacks that took place on September 11, 2001, the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) at Oakland University hosted “9/11: Twenty Years Later” on...

Oakland University Professor Paul Kubicek.

Professor Paul Kubicek talks OU’s model U.N.

Tanner Trafelet, Contributor May 26, 2021

On-campus involvement has never been more important to collegiate life than now. In a time dominated by Zoom calls and daily forum posts, becoming involved with student organizations can be a way to take...

Dr. Mark Williams presents as third SHS dean prospect

In continuation of the Oakland University School of Health Sciences’ search for a new dean, a third open-interview session was conducted on May 2 in Lake Superior A.Members of OU faculty, staff and administration...

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