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OU Perspective: Should masks remain mandatory?

OU Perspective: Should masks remain mandatory?

Joe Zerilli, Campus Editor March 9, 2022

After Oakland County lifted the mask mandates for schools on Feb. 28, questions were raised whether Oakland University would follow suit. During the OU Senate meeting on Feb. 17, discussions have begun...

Picketers gathered near the Squirrel Road entrance of OU on the first day of classes on Thursday, Sept. 2.

My experience walking the AAUP picket lines

Tanner Trafelet, Contributor September 8, 2021

The heavily covered contract negotiations between Oakland University administration and the OU American Association of University Professors (AAUP) resulted in two days of missed classes for students....

Jaliyah Langford, Litta Dillard and Raya Hollis holding signs at OUs entrance on September 1. Many students are joining faculty on the picket lines.

People of color: students, faculty share their thoughts on the work stoppage

Sarah Gudenau, Features Editor September 2, 2021

A work stoppage occurred. The start of school was delayed due to the contract dispute between the administration and Oakland University’s American Association of University Professors (OU’s AAUP)....

Amid the work stoppage, students are confused and hope an agreement can be reached soon.

Amid work stoppage, students weigh in on contract negotiations

Lauren Reid, Content Editor September 2, 2021

In lieu of the Oakland University Chapter of the American Association of University Professor's (OU AAUP's) work stoppage, and a faculty contract agreement yet to be reached, the fall semester is in flux....

OU students, faculty and retirees gathered at the western entrance of the campus picketing.

Updates from the picket line: Faculty, students and OU retirees on the line

Jeff Thomas, Editor-in-Chief September 2, 2021

Morale is high on the picket line this morning. Gathered near major entrances to the campus -- faculty, students and OU retirees hoist signs reading “AAUP For A Better OU” into the late-summer sun....

Student Focus Group invites students to discuss future planning and goals of Oakland Uiversity

By Kaylee Kean March 5, 2014

Oakland University held a Student Focus Group Tuesday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Elliott Hall Auditorium to allow students to help shape future university planning strategies and goals.The discussion was...

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