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A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
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DJ Terry interviewed Oakland University then-senior, Simon Albaugh, about his experience living with bipolar disorder and how it shows up
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Undergraduate nursing students reflect on diversity in six words. Brown skin boy. White family. Loved. Girls compete. Women uplift one