The Oakland Post

Drew’s Review: The bump and grind playlist

Drew Hagge, Music Columnist

October 4, 2016

“What’s Luv?” by Fat Joe “Slow Motion,” by Juvenile “Put It On Me,” by Ja Rule “Overnight Celebrity,” by Twista “Like Glue,” by Sean Paul “Foolish,” by Ashanti “Sunshine,” by ...

Toga at the Tower

Amy Swanson, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2016

What better way to celebrate Homecoming weekend than party in a bed sheet? Toga at the Tower is on Sept. 23 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Elliott Tower. And while a toga isn’t required, it’s strongly encouraged. This will...

The world came to OU at International Night

Amy Swanson

April 3, 2016

Student Congress held their International Night event the night of April 1.It was at 6 p.m. in the OC. As it was the Globe Edition, attendees could experience many aspects of different cultures around the world.Student Congress...

WXOU 50th Birthday Bash ends year on a high note

Rachel Williams

March 27, 2016

On Thursday, March 24 Oakland’s radio station, WXOU, hosted their annual Birthday Bash. This year, the event celebrated 50 years on the air for the station.  Audience members were greeted at the door by station staff members...

Campus radio station celebrates 50 years on the air

Rachel Wiliams

March 20, 2016

WXOU, the soundtrack of Oakland University, will be celebrating its 50th year on the air on March 24.  WXOU was created in 1966 and is a free-form station. They represent a wide variety of musical and entertainment tastes wi...

WXOU Top Ten Albums 3/15/16

Anthony Spak

March 15, 2016

RATBOYS “AOID”         MARLON WILLIAMS “Marlon Williams”     TEEN “Love Yes”    MASS GOTHIC “Mass Gothic”           CHARLES BRADLEY “Changes”      QUILT “Plaza”         ...

WXOU hosts radio workshop

Cheyanne Kramer

March 8, 2016

WXOU, the campus radio station, hosted a workshop on March 2 to inform DJs about station regulations and included a presentation by two guest speakers.  Allyson Martinek, formerly of the “Blaine and Allyson Show” on 96.3 ...

WXOU Top Ten Albums 3/1/16

Anthony Spak

March 1, 2016

1.) JAMES HUNTER SIX: Hold On!   2.) MONEY: Suicide Songs      3.) CIAN NUGENT: Night Fiction       4.) RATBOYS: AOID         5.) MARLON WILLIAMS: Marlon Williams 6.) BENJI HUGHES: Songs In The Key Of A...

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