The Oakland Post

Siblings Weekend welcomes all ages

Cheyanne Kramer

April 11, 2016

Students living in the residence halls were able to bring their siblings to Oakland University to experience a weekend of games, movies and activities.According to Jenna Nielson, programming chair for Residence Halls Associat...

RHA hosts LGBT week

Cheyanne Kramer

February 14, 2016

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) put on three programs from Feb. 8 to 10 celebrating LGBT week.Lydia Sadow, the multicultural and diversity chair of RHA, organized the three events. The last event was put on in partnership...

Changes coming to Chartwells

Cheyanne Kramer

January 10, 2016

Earlier in the year, Oakland residents were surprised with an increase in their transfer meals which allow them to use dining plans to eat around campus. The fall 2015 semester allowed students an unprecedented five transfer mea...

Homelessness awareness raised, despite setbacks

By Cheyanna Kramer

September 28, 2015

RHA held its first ever homelessness awareness program on Friday, Sept. 25. Despite three weeks of advertisement and numerous attempts on social media to recruit people into attending the event, very few people took part in t...

OUSC update: The constitution controversy and what’s to come

By Ali DeRees

April 1, 2014

On Friday, March 28 revisions to the Oakland University Student Congress constitution did not pass. The constitution needed at least half of the total votes to pass, the total being 1,144 and the constitution receiving 530, just shy ...

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