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Letter to the editor: The trampling of Matilda Dodge Wilson’s grave

Letter to the editor: The trampling of Matilda Dodge Wilson’s grave

Ethan Lehman-Pace, Contributor November 21, 2022

Between 1926 and 1929, Meadow Brook Hall was built. For those who are not aware, Meadow Brook Hall is the former country estate of Matilda Dodge Wilson and her husband Alfred Wilson. It is the ninth largest...

Letter to the editor: East Campus Development? Bad for business.

Letter to the editor: East Campus Development? Bad for business.

Maris Ferguson, Contributor November 6, 2022

As a student in the School of Business, some may assume I would be excited about the idea of developing East Campus into a commercialized space. Project leaders have been expressing that this could bring...

Letter to the editor: OU sustainability, refusals and half measures

Letter to the editor: OU sustainability, refusals and half measures

Jeremy Johnson, Contributor November 5, 2022

To the OU community, October was declared to be Sustainability Month at Oakland University and was meant to represent a renewed commitment to creating a sustainable campus, but we are falling far short....

Letter to the editor: Save Our Campus

Letter to the editor: Save Our Campus

OUSC, Contributor October 31, 2022

For months, Oakland University (OU) has diverted funds away from education and towards the development of a plan to commercialize our campus. The proposed East Campus Development (ECD) project seemingly...

Letter from the editor: Vote

Letter from the editor: Vote

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2022

Welcome to Issue 10 of Vol. 48! Because of the final gubernatorial debate being hosted at Oakland University, The Post decided to make this issue a “special edition” delving into all things politics. Yes,...

Looking Back: Dr. Abdul El-Sayed discusses the intersection between healthcare policy and politics

Gabrielle Abdelmessih, Editor-in-Chief October 26, 2022

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Nov. 15, 2021. This past week, I had the honor of interviewing Dr. Abdul El-Sayed — physician, epidemiologist, author and former Michigan...

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer  and Republican challenger Tudor Dixon shake hands before the  final gubernatorial debate at Oakland University.

Whitmer and Dixon clash in final gubernatorial debate at OU

Gabrielle Abdelmessih and Arianna Heyman October 26, 2022

Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Republican challenger Tudor Dixon clashed in their final debate before Election Day, covering a variety of topics important to Michigan voters. The candidates’...

OUSCs MI Voting Guide

OUSC’s MI Voting Guide

OUSC, Contributor October 19, 2022

Voting in Michigan Make sure you’re eligible to vote You must be: A U.S. citizen 18 years old on or before election day At least a 30 day resident of the Michigan city or township you...

Letter to the editor: Universities of choice protect their beloved green spaces

Letter to the editor: Universities of choice protect their beloved green spaces

Katie Hartsock, Contributor October 17, 2022

In a time of evolving consciousness regarding our relationship to the planet, we, the members of the OU community, also need to evolve. It’s difficult to redefine aspirations and success from twentieth-century...

Letter to the editor: A letter to Michigan citizens about abortion care and its impact on medical education and access to comprehensive care for women

Letter to the editor: A letter to Michigan citizens about abortion care and its impact on medical education and access to comprehensive care for women

Deans of Michigan medical schools, Contributors October 13, 2022

A LETTER TO MICHIGAN CITIZENS ABOUT ABORTION CARE AND ITS IMPACT ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND ACCESS TO COMPREHENSIVE CARE FOR WOMEN We write to you as fellow Michiganders, physicians, parents,...

Letter to the editor: There Is a Price Not Worth Paying: Do Not Tear Down OUs Land

Letter to the editor: There Is a Price Not Worth Paying: Do Not Tear Down OU’s Land

Shannon Waite, Contributor October 10, 2022

There is no price that can be placed on connection and learning, and for thousands of students and far more alumni, Oakland University is a place for both of these things. A home for some and a learning...

Letter to the editor: Gidinawemaaganinaanig: Endazhigiyang  (All Our Relations: The Place Where We All Grow)

Letter to the editor: Gidinawemaaganinaanig: Endazhigiyang (All Our Relations: The Place Where We All Grow)

Megan Peiser and Andrea Knutson October 10, 2022

Information on OU's ongoing efforts to raise awareness of Native American cultures and contributions, as well as the ultimate goal of these efforts. Oakland University’s efforts to remember and address...

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