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    • How to Teach Keeps Changing 

      Cronn, Dagmar (Oakland University, 2008-10-01)
      Since teaching must start from where a student starts, we must change the way we teach to make it possible for the majority (I strive for all) of our students to learn what we intend to teach.
    • I Am Not My Hair 

      Turner, Feliece (Oakland University, 2015-01-01)
      People in society often base their identity on the way they look, modeling themselves after images seen in the media. Constructed through cultural ideals, image as identity has be­ come the basis for determining societal ...
    • Idle Hour Theatre Movie Schedule 

      Idle Hour Theatre
      Movies featured at the Idle Hour Theatre in Rochester, Michigan. Heavily stained.
    • Idle Hour Theatre ticket 

      Idle Hour Theatre
      Merchants' Night ticket offering special admission price of 10 cents on Monday night at Rochester, Michigan's Idle Hour Theatre. The reverse side lists regular admission prices for children and adults, special offer for ...
    • the Image of Satan in the 1688 edition of John Milton’s Paradise Lost 

      Knirk, Allyson (Oakland University, 2013-01-01)
      The fourth edition of John Milton’s Paradise Lost, published in 1688 by Jacob Tonson, was the first to be illustrated. Tonson’s edition contained twelve illustrations, one for each book of the epic poem. eight of these ...
    • The Impact of Genomics on the Future of Health Care 

      Williams, Lynne (Oakland University, 2005-10-01)
      There is no question that the practice of medicine in the post-Human Genome Project (or “Genomic Health Care”) will be significantly different from the current practice of medicine....The real challenge facing the health ...
    • The Impact of Short Message Services on Writing 

      Gabrion, Laura (Oakland University, 2016-01-01)
      How texting is changing college students writing skills.
    • Imported Instructions, or, “The Almighty Switch” 

      Byrne, Bill (Oakland University, 2005-10-01)
      Unintentional humor in product manuals created in countries other than the USA
    • In between Where It Started and I Began 

      Butwin, Carla (Oakland University, 2009-01-01)
      Poetry
    • In Duchamp’s Shadow: Dadaist in the City of Machines 

      Cohassey, John (2012-01-01)
      I set out to find a link between the Scarab Club signature and his coming to Detroit in 1961. We may never know why Duchamp—who never spoke fondly of history, especially its art movements and “isms” and rejected all facets ...
    • In Memoriam: Distinguished Professor and Professor Emerita of English, Gertrude White, 1915–2009 

      Appleton, Sheldon; Burdick, Dolores; Eberwein, Jane Donahue; McGowan, Robert; Steere, Millie; Wright, Warren Keith; Rosen, Joan; Murphy, Brian; Hampton, Nigel; Hoyle, Jim; McCloskey, Linda; Drummond, James H.; Sandy, Marjorie; Felden, Vikki Appleton (Oakland University, 2010-01-01)
      The Oakland University Community mourned the passing of Gertrude White, Professor Emerita of English, in 2009. The Oakland Journal is grateful to Distinguished Professor Jane Eberwein, Professor Emeritus Brian Murphy, ...
    • In Memorian: Robert G. Hoopes 

      Murphy, Brian (Oakland University, 2009-01-01)
      Memorial tribute to Robert G. Hoopes, long time faculty member of the Department of English at Oakland University.
    • In the Valley of Elah: Excavations at Khirbet Qeiyafa, Israel 

      Pytlik, Michael; Stamps, Richard (Oakland University, 2011-10-01)
      In 2009, nine Oakland University students and two faculty members, Associate Professor Richard Stamps and Special Instructor Michael Pytlik, participated in an excavation at the small site of Khirbet Qeiyafa, also known ...
    • In Touch, April 1976 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1976-04)
      B.G.S. degree attracts new "breed" student ; Exercise stress tests lead to cardiac program ; Mike Mansour (69,71): teaching urban ecology ; Alumni fund soars past goal
    • In Touch, April 1977 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1977-04)
      Dean suggests new name for OU ; Two artists inspire grad ; New officers come from around state ; Alumni gifts go way over goal ; Oakland grads make headlines ; Music majors form alumni group ; Engineers on two committees
    • In Touch, January 1976 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1976-01)
      Dorms: students pick their own lifestyles ; Undergrad engineers benefit from OUEEA drive ; Bill Shea heads 1976 fund drive ; O.U. grads mix alumni business with pleasure
    • In Touch, January 1977 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1977-01)
      "Saints and Sinners' find a home ; MSAA goal to find jobs ; Campus trails open ; Alumni service honored ; Telefund donations up ; OU Honors College recruits students ; Darien Martus (73): putting "Oedipus" to music ; ...
    • In Touch, July 1976 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1976-07)
      Winners still leading ; Golf course opens ; OUEAA sets goal ; OU cutbacks made final ; Where alumni money goes ; How Wilson winners are chosen
    • In Touch, July 1977 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1977-07)
      OU college tightens up choices ; Letters to the editor ; Ed grad ('69) dresses windows ; Program seeks alumni help ; Fund goal set ; What's up, doc? (a look at books)
    • In Touch, October 1976 

      Oakland University. Alumni Relations (Office of Alumni Relations, 1976-10)
      The changing Oakland student combines school with other roles ; Film co-op for alumni ; Telefund calls grads ; Center expands ; Health care ; Profs, ex-students meet ; Who is the new O.U. student? ; Greg Bloomfield (74): ...