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?”

My first time voting

Today I truly felt like an adult. My first voting experience provided me with a sense of liberation, one of the proudest moments of my young life. Though I’m sometimes skeptical, when I walked in I knew I was doing the right thing. I was overcome with emotion, thinking of how hard we’ve worked, asContinue reading “My first time voting”

OU-INCubator hosts “Meet the Candidates” open house for local politicians

Candidates running for the House of Representatives in the 11th and 8th Congressional Districts joined Countywide Candidates, giving speeches and interacting with voters at Meet the Candidates Open House, hosted by the Oakland University Office of Government Relations. Each candidate gave a five minute speech in the conference rooms before joining guests at round tablesContinue reading “OU-INCubator hosts “Meet the Candidates” open house for local politicians”

Campus community invited to candidate open house

Curious about the individuals running for local office? The Office of Government and Community Relations at Oakland University is hosting its first “Meet the Candidates Open House” at the OU INCubator in the Shotwell-Gustafson Pavilion Oct. 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. Members of the OU community have the opportunity to drop by and meetContinue reading “Campus community invited to candidate open house”