Fashion House of Oakland University hosts #TrafficStoppers fashion show

Stephanie Sokol for The Oakland Post The Fashion House of Oakland University hosted the first #TrafficStoppers Fashion Show Nov. 27 at 7p.m. The event  featured styles from 10 Michigan fashion designers in addition to performances by student groups. “I thought it would be a good fashion show,” freshman, Kenyetta Morgan, said. “I’m really into fashionContinue reading “Fashion House of Oakland University hosts #TrafficStoppers fashion show”

OU alumnus wins international marketing award

Stephanie Sokol for The Oakland Post Oakland University post-masters alumnus Yannick Greiner was honored with the Individual Platinum Award from the Marketing and Sales Executives of Detroit for his work marketing Rugged Liner products internationally. “I was surprised, overjoyed and proud,” Greiner said. “I gave a quick speech about the growth of international sales. IContinue reading “OU alumnus wins international marketing award”

Hepburn’s recreates old Hollywood

Stephanie Sokol for The Oakland Post Photos from classic Audrey Hepburn films line the walls. old Hollywood soundtrack fill the air along with the scent of coffee and desserts. Hepburn’s Crêpe and Coffee at the Village of Rochester Hills provides a casual dining experience with an old Hollywood feel. With a background in business, bankingContinue reading “Hepburn’s recreates old Hollywood”

Has campaigning gone too far?

Stephanie Sokol for The Oakland Post I’ve been very popular the last few months. Every day, I receive multiple calls, emails and mail from very prominent people. Just this afternoon, I answered the phone to hear Clint Eastwood’s voice, informing me that “my vote matters.” Despite their current urgency to capture my attention, these peopleContinue reading “Has campaigning gone too far?”

Ethics in Journalism

WDIV TV news anchor Devin Scillian says the best advice he can give any journalism student is to take a course in ethics. “It’s such an eye opener,” Scillian says. “It seems like a lot of journalists just go out and learn as they go. It is very critical and important that all journalists takeContinue reading “Ethics in Journalism”

Music major works to help impoverished children in India

On her final day in India, junior music major Molly Bruner looked out her bus window on the drive back from an orphanage and knew something had to change. After 10 days devoted to opening three orphanages and working with children, Bruner wanted to do her part to help with the poverty she wittnessed. “IContinue reading “Music major works to help impoverished children in India”